The 2019 Honda Fit in Kenosha Versus The 2019 Chevrolet Spark

November 20th, 2019 by

With the 2019 Honda Fit in Kenosha, the possibilities are endless. This sporty, subcompact car is incredibly versatile with more safety and convenient features than the 2019 Chevrolet Spark, and that’s a fact. If you don’t believe us, keep reading to see how this Honda outshines Chevy in multiple ways. 

Being a top priority for every driver, the safety features within the Fit are unbelievably advanced, with active head restraints, crash prevention systems, and blind-spot mirrors with convex adjustments. The head restraints are specially designed headrests that were created to protect those in the front from whiplash. When the Fit is rear-ended, this system moves the headrests forward to prevent the driver and passengers heads from snapping back from the force. When we talk about crash prevention, of course, we’re referring to Honda Sensing® Suite, specifically the Collision Mitigation Braking System™, which has a rating of “Superior” from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. The Spark doesn’t offer a whiplash protection system and is only rated as “Basic” from the IIHS.

While it may seem minute, having blind spot mirrors helps the driver monitor the traffic around them and avoid collisions when turning or switching lanes. The Fit utilizes wide-angle convex mirrors to better illuminate the driver’s blind spots on both sides of the vehicle. The Chevy Spark doesn’t offer a feature to highlight blind spots, so you would be stuck looking over your shoulder before changing lanes. 

Not only is the Honda Fit safer than the Spark, but it also has more ergonomic features to make every drive stress-free. With a remote vehicle starting system, you’ll be able to warm up the car before stepping out of the house this winter. This feature is only found on the Fit, as the Spark doesn’t offer a remote vehicle starting system. If you often have a hard time finding a comfortable position when driving, the Fit offers a telescoping steering wheel, which can help short drivers sit further from the steering wheel without drifting too far away from the pedals. The Spark can only adjust seat positions and offer a tilt steering wheel, which won’t help you much if you have a short stature. 

If you choose to upgrade to the Fit EX and EX-L models, you can enjoy a smart entry system that eliminates digging for your keys when walking out to your car. This system allows the driver to unlock their door, trunk, and start the engine without utilizing their keys. While the Spark does have a passive entry with keyless start, it doesn’t have the capabilities of unlocking the trunk like the Fit. 

If you want to experience more incredible features like automatic dimming lights, rear heat vents, and Adaptive Cruise Control, visit us this weekend at Honda of Kenosha for a test-drive. We guarantee that the 2019 Honda Fit in Kenosha will leave a lasting impact. 


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