The Honda Fit has, unfortunately, been discontinued, meaning that the 2020 model will be the final one ever built. With that in mind, we wanted to pit the iconic hatchback against one of its biggest competitors one last time. So, we decided to square up the 2020 Honda Fit with the 2020 Mitsubishi Mirage, the Mitsubishi brand’s last remaining sedan. The Honda Fit has had a good run, ending just before its 20th anniversary as it made its debut back in 2001. With the Honda Civic Hatchback and Type R being as popular as they are, the Honda Fit is no longer necessary, but the 2020 Fit still makes an excellent option for any shopper looking for a small, spacious hatchback sedan.
|2020 Honda Fit
||Vs||2020 Mitsubishi Mirage|
||Combined Fuel Efficiency
|52.7 cu. ft.
||Max Cargo Capacity
||47.0 cu. ft.|
As you can tell from the table above, each vehicle has its own advantage. The Honda Fit kicks things off in a big way in the first row, though. As small, lightweight vehicles, neither of these models needs an overabundance of power, but the fact that the Mirage only offers two digits and the Fit outpaces it by 50 horses is a pretty big deal. Of course, that difference does come back to bite that Honda Fit, as it isn’t quite as efficient as the Mitsubishi Mirage. However, the difference probably could’ve been much worse than giving up three miles to the gallon considering just how low the power is in the Mirage.
When it comes to cargo capacity, both of these small hatchbacks deliver, though one delivers better. Although the Mirage does offer half of a cubic foot of extra space behind the rear seats, the table above shows that folding the seats flat means the Honda Fit has far more space to offer – 5.7 cu. ft. to be more precise.
If you think you might be interested in a 2020 Honda Fit of your own, be sure to check out our inventory before they’re all gone, as no more new models will be produced.