Link your compatible smartphone to available Display Audio System to stream navigation to the dashboard display (HondaLink Navigation app*), keep up with information (HondaLink Connect app*), get on-demand internet radio content (HondaLink Aha app*) and easily access apps (HondaLink Launcher app*).
Reversing out of driveways and parking spots is easier with the multi-angle rearview camera*, standard on the Fit. No matter which trim you go for, eyes in the back of your ride help take the sweat out of reversing with three distinct angles: wide, normal and top-down.
See better with the available Honda LaneWatch™ blind spot display*. When you signal right, this feature gives you a live feed of the road from a camera under your right mirror. It's shown on your Display Audio System* and reveals nearly four times more of the road than a mirror alone.
† Based on information available to Honda Canada Inc. as of September 21, 2015.
The Fit is a proud supporter of spontaneity. When your hands are full, the available proximity key entry system with pushbutton start is handy. Don’t bother taking your keys out of your pocket or purse – the doors unlock automatically and the engine fires up with the push of a button.
The most worthwhile adventures are to places you’ve never been before. For those times, there’s the available Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation™* System. With pinch-to-zoom gestures and bilingual Voice Recognition, your co-pilot can take the day off and enjoy the scenery.
Our HandsFreeLink™-bilingual Bluetooth® wireless mobile phone interface* comes standard, which means you can use your compatible phone to make or receive phone calls from the comfort of your pocket.
Keep your eyes on the road while you keep in touch with your friends. The available text message function * minimizes distraction by reading your incoming text messages over the audio system and letting you choose from six preset responses.
There’s room for Siri® on any trip. With available Siri Eyes Free * connectivity, compatible iPhone® users can get important information from their pocket assistant without breaking eye contact with what’s really important – the road ahead.