Does the Honda Fit have a CVT transmission?

Performance. The 2018 Honda Fit has front-wheel drive, powered by a 1.5L 4-cylinder engine. It’s paired with either a 6-speed manual or Honda’s smooth CVT transmission. The CVT transmission gets an amazingly efficient performance from the engine, offering an EPA-rated 33** combined MPG.

Does a 2010 Honda Fit have a CVT transmission?

August 25, 2009 — TORRANCE, Calif….2010 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

Why is Honda discontinuing the Fit?

Honda cites slow sales as its reason for dropping the Fit; so far in 2020, sales are down 19 percent to just 13,887 units. In 2019, Honda sold 35,414 units, compared with the HR-V’s 99,104 units sold. We can assume that the HR-V is also more profitable for Honda, as its base price is $22,040 to the Fit’s $17,145.

Is Honda Fit CVT reliable?

Honda makes some of the most reliable cars today, and this stellar reputation trickles down to its CVT gearboxes. So, you can be safe in knowing that a Honda with a CVT can comfortably last 10 years or more – 5 at the very minimum.

What transmission is in a Honda Fit?

Continuous variable transmission
6-speed manual
2020 Honda Fit/Transmission

What type of transmission does a 2010 Honda Fit have?

5-Speed Automatic Transmission with Dual-Mode Paddle Shifter System Gear Ratios: 1st: 2.996. 2nd: 1.679.

How reliable are Honda fits?

The Honda Fit Reliability Rating is 4.5 out of 5.0, which ranks it 4th out of 21 for subcompact cars. The average annual repair cost is $390 which means it has excellent ownership costs. The severity of repairs is low while frequency of those issues is average, so major issues are uncommon for the Fit.