The Honda Fit does not have all-wheel drive. The Honda Fit is a hatchback that seats five people and has front-wheel drive and a six-speed manual transmission.
Only about one-third of vehicles sold in the United States come equipped with all-wheel or four-wheel drive — most have two-wheel or front-wheel drive, in which the transmission, engine, wheels, and differential all function entirely from the front two wheels of the car. The Honda Fit has front-wheel drive, which is a feature that reduces overall weight and lowers the cost of production. Front-wheel drive also delivers much better fuel economy and traction than rear-wheel drive.