Honda Fit Tire Pressure


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2019

Honda Fit's built in 2019 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
185/55R16 83H 33 PSI 32 PSI
185/60R15 84T 33 PSI 33 PSI

2018

Honda Fit's built in 2018 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
185/55R16 83H 33 PSI 32 PSI
185/60R15 84T 33 PSI 33 PSI

2017

Honda Fit's built in 2017 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
185/55R16 83H 33 PSI 32 PSI
185/60R15 84T 33 PSI 33 PSI

2016

Honda Fit's built in 2016 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
185/55R16 83H 33 PSI 32 PSI
185/60R15 84T 33 PSI 33 PSI

2015

Honda Fit's built in 2015 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
185/55R16 83H 33 PSI 32 PSI
185/60R15 84T 33 PSI 33 PSI

2014

Honda Fit's built in 2014 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
175/65R15 84S 32 PSI 32 PSI
185/55R16 83H 33 PSI 33 PSI
185/65R15 88H 32 PSI 32 PSI

2013

Honda Fit's built in 2013 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
175/65R15 84S 32 PSI 32 PSI
185/55R16 83H 33 PSI 33 PSI
185/65R15 88H 32 PSI 32 PSI

2012

Honda Fit's built in 2012 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
175/65R15 84S 32 PSI 32 PSI
185/55R16 83H 33 PSI 33 PSI

2011

Honda Fit's built in 2011 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
175/65R15 84S 32 PSI 32 PSI
185/55R16 83H 33 PSI 33 PSI

2010

Honda Fit's built in 2010 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
175/65R15 84S 32 PSI 32 PSI
185/55R16 83H 33 PSI 33 PSI

2009

Honda Fit's built in 2009 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
175/65R15 84S 32 - 33 PSI 32 - 33 PSI
185/55R16 83H 33 PSI 33 PSI

2008

Honda Fit's built in 2008 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
P175/65R14 81S 32 PSI 32 PSI
P195/55R15 84H 32 PSI 32 PSI

2007

Honda Fit's built in 2007 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
205/45R16 83W 33 PSI 30 PSI
P175/65R14 81S 32 PSI 32 PSI
P195/55R15 84H 32 PSI 32 PSI

Honda Fit

Honda Fit Image

You can find 29 different trims for the Honda Fit and their corresponding recommended tire pressures.

The years available stretch from 2007 through to 2019 with the tire types underneath the yearly headings.

Honda introduced the Fit in June 2002 as a replacement for the Honda Logo.

Created as “a car for young people” it became popular with a wider demographic, including empty-nesters on a budget and families with room for five.

This front-wheel-drive vehicle was only available as a five-door hatchback and had a 1.3-liter (1339 cc) I4 engine.

The Honda Fit is the benchmark for the subcompact category of cars and shares its platform with the subcompact crossover SUV H-RV.

Coming as standard with a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine, the Fit can be equipped with either a five-speed manual or automatic transmission.

The interior has plenty of room for up to five passengers and includes practical features like folding rear seatbacks, two glove boxes, and a rear seat that easily seats three adults.

With cargo space under the floor of more than 13 cubic feet, it’s easy to keep groceries and long items out of sight when you need more room to stretch out.

In 2017 the Honda Fit was upgraded and is all-new from the ground up with improved fuel economy, a more aggressive style, and an upgraded interior that takes the Fit to the next level of sophistication.