2015 Fit vs. 2015 Soul in San Antonio: How the Fit Shines

Benson Honda is back with a new car comparison. In this post, we’ll be giving you some important information to help you compare the 2015 Honda Fit and the 2015 Kia Soul. Specifically, we’ll be providing some key details regarding how the new Honda Fit outshines its Kia competitor. Here are some things to love about the new Fit in comparison to the new Soul:

– With active head restraints, the Fit helps prevent whiplash injury. The Soul doesn’t have active head restraints.

– The Fit also has other important safety specs like daytime running lights and blind spot mirrors. The Soul doesn’t have these either.

– The Fit’s five-year corrosion warranty doesn’t have any mileage limitations. The Soul’s ends after five years or 100,000 miles (whichever comes first).

– The Fit provides optional continuously variable transmission, which gives it a leg up in comparison to the Soul. The Soul doesn’t provide continuously variable transmission as an option.

– The Honda Fit is easier to maneuver because it’s 200 lbs. lighter and 3 inches shorter than its Kia competitor.

– The 2015 Fit’s rear seats recline, and the 2015 Soul’s don’t.

– Fit models with automatic transmission offer remote vehicle starting systems. No Soul models offer this useful feature.

– The new Fit EX-L has a GPS navigation system that includes real-time traffic updates. The Soul’s available navigation system can’t provide real-time traffic updates.

Want to learn more about your 2015 Honda Fit options? Take a look at our models at Benson Honda!



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