What kind of transmission does a 2009 Honda Fit have?

What kind of transmission does a 2009 Honda Fit have?

2009 Honda Fit Specifications and Features

5-Speed Manual Transmission
Gear Ratios: 1st: 3.308, 2nd: 1.870, 3rd: 1.303, 4th: 0.949, 5th: 0.727, Reverse: 3.308, Final Drive: 4.62
5-Speed Automatic Transmission (available) with Dual-Mode Paddle Shifter System

Does Honda Fit come with automatic?

Honda offers the 2020 Fit in four trim levels: LX, Sport, EX, and EX-L. A six-speed manual transmission is standard in LX and Sport models, and a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) is standard in the EX and EX-L and available in the other trims for $800.

Does the 2009 Honda Fit have a CVT transmission?

When the Fit Sport is equipped with an automatic, its fuel economy remains the same with 27 mpg city and 33 mpg highway. Honda officials concede there would have been more mpg improvement if this car came with the continuously variable transmission (CVT) used in the Japanese-spec 2009 Honda Fit.

Is the Honda Fit Sport a good car?

2009 Honda Fit Sport review: 2009 Honda Fit Sport The Good The 2009 Honda Fit Sport features an economical engine, good handling characteristics, a standard iPod connector, and available navigation, all at well below $20,000. The Bad The audio quality from the stereo is mediocre, and Bluetooth cell phone integration isn’t available.

What’s the name of the new Honda Fit?

The 2009 Honda Fit features some new body work, a little more horsepower, and some essential cabin tech. And we still think the U.S. got the best deal on the car’s name.

What’s the gas mileage on a 2009 Honda Fit?

Our 2009 Honda Fit was also the Sport version, but with this one, we set out to maximize its fuel economy. The 1.5-liter engine in the Fit is designed more for economy than sport. The EPA rates the 2009 Honda Fit Sport, with manual transmission, at 27 mpg city and 33 mpg highway. These numbers are good but not particularly impressive.

Is the Honda Fit a 2007 or 2009 model?

No, Honda hasn’t dramatically shortened its design cycles, rather, the 2007 Fit was an import of a model called the Honda Jazz in other countries. We just got a hold of it midcycle. The 2009 Honda Fit features some new body work, a little more horsepower, and some essential cabin tech.

What kind of car is the 2009 Honda Fit?

Driving the Used 2009 Honda Fit. Superb handling is what really stands out with the 2009 Honda Fit. It’s no sports car, but we found the Fit rather agile, thanks in part to the added body rigidity and, on the Sport trim, the rear stabilizer bar.

What’s the look of the new Honda Fit?

The all-new 2009 Honda Fit has a smoother aerodynamic look, a more powerful engine and a new interior design. The base and Sport trims return but come standard with larger wheels and are available in new colors.

Is the Honda Fit considered a sports car?

The Fit communicates its eager responses in a way that’s reminiscent of a sports car. There’s a minor downside to the foregoing. Though ride quality is firmly smooth on pristine pavement, it can verge on harsh when the surface gets patchy, and it’s a harshness that’s accompanied by road noise.

What kind of engine does a Honda Fit have?

Used 2009 Honda Fit Engine. The 2009 Honda Fit has a 1.5-liter engine, which Honda revised by incorporating a more advanced i-VTEC system. The i-VTEC varies the intake and exhaust valve events, which in turn enhances performance while still achieving good fuel economy and low emissions. The Fit comes in two different flavors: Manual and automatic.