Pricing has been revealed for the 2011 Honda Fit and the car pretty much hasn't changed. It's still a versatile and affordable subcompact. But there are some changes and they are ones that are worth taking notice of.
Some of the changes involve the safety features on the Fit. All 2011 Fit models will come with Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA). This is excellent because it will give drivers more control as they drive and more stability, keeping the vehicle from crashing and rolling over. It also makes the 2011 Fit be compliant with the 2012 safety requirements the federal government will require. This also means that the Fit is a step up from the Civic, because to get the VSA in a Civic, you have to upgrade to the EX-L package.
Surprisingly, Bluetooth connectivity and satellite radio compatibility are not including on the standard fit. Yet features such as cruise control are. Either way, the 2011 Fit should find a good market and those who want the base model will probably not mind not having Bluetooth or satellite radio.