2017 Chevrolet Sonic vs. 2017 Honda Fit in San Antonio

Compact cars are gaining popularity because of great gas mileage, convenience and size. With many choices to choose from, finding the best one can seem overwhelming. Fiesta Honda is comparing the 2017 Honda Fit to the 2017 Chevrolet Sonic to show how these compact cars stack up to each other. In our humble opinion, the 2017 Honda Fit in San Antonio comes out on top, but read further to see if you agree too!

         2017 Honda Fit      2017 Chevrolet Sonic
Standard Active Head Restraints to prevent neck and spine injuries in event of a crash The Chevrolet Sonic does not offer Active Head Restraints
Unlimited miles corrosion warranty 100,000 mile limit corrosion warranty
1.5 liter, 4 cylinder auto gets 32 city/37 highway MPG* 1.8 liter, 4 cylinder auto gets 24 city / 34 highway MPG*
Offers an optional continuously variable transmission Does not offer a continuously variable transmission
The Fit has 5.1 cubic feet more passenger space (95.7 cubic feet) The Sonic does not have as much passenger room as the Fit (90.6 cubic feet)
Standard locking fuel door preventing fuel theft Does not offer a locking fuel door
Standard power remote mirrors the driver can easily adjust The Sonic LS doesn’t offer a remote driver or passenger mirror. They must manually be adjusted.

 

When side-by-side it’s clear the 2017 Honda Fit comes out on top. Additional features you’ll love in the Fit include:

  • Steering wheel-mounted controls
  • USB and 12-volt power outlet
  • 2nd Row Magic Seat for ultimate storage
  • Heated seats
  • Push Button Start
  • Smart Entry
  • Navigation
  • Multi-angle rearview camera

These features don’t even cover all the options you can have in your 2017 Honda Fit. Fiesta Honda invites you to check out all 2017 Honda Fit features in San Antonio by stopping by for a test-drive!

* Based on 2017 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle.

 

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