|2015 Honda Fit||2015 Hyundai Accent|
|7.3 l/100km||Combined Fuel Economy||7.6 l/100km|
|130 HP||Horsepower||138 HP|
|95.7 cu. ft.||Passenger Volume||90.1 cu. ft.|
|52.7 cu. ft.||Max Cargo Capacity||21.2 cu. ft.|
2015 Honda Fit vs 2015 Hyundai Accent
Some might consider the 2015 Honda Fit one of the most unique vehicles on the Honda lineup today. While in actuality it is a subcompact car, the entry level to the world of Honda sedans, it sometimes seems more like a tiny little crossover, and its interior space only adds to that sense. But alas, it is simply a subcompact car, and for that we decided to compare it to another popular subcompact with our page on the 2015 Honda Fit vs 2015 Hyundai Accent.
The biggest difference between the two is obvious by simply looking at them. One looks like an ordinary car, but the other, as we stated, looks more like a crossover. Beyond that, and ignoring one other area, the vehicles are actually quite similar. But lets take a closer look at the two vehicles specs and find out which is truly superior.
Advantages of the Honda Fit
The 2015 Honda Fit has a slightly better combined fuel efficiency rating than the 2015 Hyundai Accent, though not by much. And on the other hand, the Hyundai Accent has 8 extra horsepower on the Honda Fit. In both situations, the advantages arent quite enough to warrant any major decision on. Where the Honda Fit takes its real advantage is in terms of space, the whole reason that some people think it looks like a crossover.
In terms of passenger volume, the Honda Fit has an extra 5½ cubic feet of space for whoever might be tagging along to get comfortable in. But more importantly in terms of cargo capacity, the whole reason for that hatchback that sets it apart, the 2015 Honda Fit nearly doubles its competitors volume as evidenced by the table above. This is precisely why we believe the Honda Fit is the better option, because when you have an extremely small car on the outside, you need it to be as big as possible on the inside.