Rated 4.3 out of 5 based off 36 ratings

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Brand CURT
Item Weight 35 Pounds
Vehicle Service Type Trailer
Material Carbon Steel

  • DEPENDABLE STRENGTH. With a strong, welded steel build, this class 1 hitch is rated for 2,000 lbs. gross trailer weight and 200 lbs. tongue weight (limited to lowest-rated towing component)
  • HIGHLY VERSATILE. Add useful, versatile towing options to your vehicle with this class 1 trailer hitch. It provides a standard 1-1/4-inch x 1-1/4-inch receiver hitch, allowing you to tow a small trailer or mount a cargo carrier or bike rack
  • DUAL-COAT FINISH. For industry-leading rust, chip and UV resistance inside and out, this aftermarket tow hitch kit is submersed in a liquid A-coat and co-cured with a durable black powder coat finish
  • EASY INSTALLATION. This class 1 hitch is designed to factory fit select model years of the Honda Fit
  • TESTED FOR SAFETY. Each CURT class 1 trailer hitch design is thoroughly tested, using real vehicles in real-world conditions. Our hitches are tested to SAE J684 specifications for safety on the road ahead


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CURT Class 1 Hitch with Car Hitch Carrier

CURT Class 1 Hitch with Car Hitch Carrier

Wherever your work or play takes you

CURT offers custom trailer hitches, electrical products and a complete line of towing accessories to get you there with confidence and enjoy every mile of the journey.

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CURT Class 1 Hitch with Bike Rack

CURT Class 1 Hitch with Bike Rack

CURT Custom Trailer Hitches

We offer a custom fit for nearly every vehicle

At CURT, we think every hitch should offer a vehicle-specific design, meaning seamless integration and a reliable connection for your next adventure.

But our standards don't stop at vehicle-specific

To truly let you Bring It, our custom receiver hitches are made in the USA and have a co-cured finish of liquid Bonderite, inside and out, and durable powder coat.

We make over 1,000 different hitch models

Our hitches come in five classes, offering a range of weight capacities and receiver tube sizes. For nearly any vehicle and any adventure, you can Bring It with CURT.

Key features of CURT class 1 hitches

  • Vehicle-specific design for each car, minivan, crossover and more
  • Dual-layer rust, chip and UV-resistant finish
  • Towing capacities up 2,000 lbs.
  • Standard 1-1/4-inch hitch receiver (some models come with fixed tongue)
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Class 1 hitches manufactured to let you enjoy your passion

Expertly engineered

We use actual cars, vans and crossovers and cutting-edge software to develop hitch designs that are strong, functional and tailor-made to fit your unique make and model.

Precisely welded

A combination of robotic welding and skilled manual welding ensures production efficiency, optimal strength, clean weld lines and a precise fit for each class 1 hitch.

Co-cured finish

For maximum protection, our custom hitches are mechanically descaled and co-cured in a liquid Bonderite undercoating, inside and out, and durable black powder coat finish.

Thoroughly tested

Our custom-fit trailer hitches are not only made in America, but every design is rigorously tested for safety and performance at our Detroit testing facility according to SAE J684 specifications.*

*J684 Surface Vehicle Standard issued 2014 from SAE International association for Trailer Couplings, Hitches and Safety Chains - Automotive Type

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Receiver Tube 1-1/4-inch 1-1/4-inch 2-inch 2-inch 2-inch or 2-1/2-inch
Weight Distribution Compatible ? ? ?
Bonderite Coating ? ? ? ? ?
Powder Coat High-gloss black High-gloss black High-gloss black High-gloss black Carbide black

More CURT class 1 hitch advantages

CURT Class 1 Hitch Receiver

CURT Class 1 Hitch Receiver

CURT Class 1 Hitch with Ball Mount

CURT Class 1 Hitch with Ball Mount

CURT Class 1 Hitch Hidden Main Body

CURT Class 1 Hitch Hidden Main Body

CURT Class 1 Hitch Safety Chains

CURT Class 1 Hitch Safety Chains

Open-back receiver

CURT class 1 hitches feature an open-back hitch receiver. This allows for easy cleaning of the receiver as needed and helps prevent buildup of dirt and debris (some class 1 hitches come with a fixed tongue instead of a receiver).

Available with included ball mount

Each CURT class 1 hitch with a receiver is also available as a trailer hitch kit with a ball mount included. The ball mount has a standard 1-1/4-inch shank and readily accepts the trailer ball of your choice.

Concealed main body

Many class 1 tow hitches are engineered with a concealed main body. The main portion of the hitch is hidden up underneath the car, providing a more seamless look and original equipment feel.

Integrated safety chain loops

All CURT class 1 trailer hitches comes with safety chain loops integrated into the design of the hitch, allowing for immediate connection of your trailer safety chains.

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Rated to 2,000 lbs. gross trailer weight and 200 lbs. tongue weight Engineered with a vehicle-specific design for a custom fit Tested for safety in accordance with SAE J684 Precisely welded for superior strength and fit Protected by a durable high-gloss black powder coat finish Co-cured in a rust-resistant liquid A-coat, inside and out Equipped with an open-back receiver for easy cleaning Limited lifetime warranty (one-year finish, one-year parts) Made in USA (may include imported hardware) Notes: Trailer hitch weight ratings are limited to vehicle manufacturer's stated capacities Includes installation hardware Toting your mountain bikes to your new favorite trail? Taking the kayaks out for a quiet day on the water? Packing the car for another weekend camping trip? Don't leave anything behind; Bring It® with a CURT trailer hitch! CURT class 1 trailer hitches are the perfect way to add extra storage space to your vehicle for all events, activities and adventures. For compact cars, sedans and crossovers, a class 1 hitch provides a functional rear receiver tube for attaching a hitch-mounted cargo carrier or bike rack or for towing a light-duty trailer. Class 1 receiver hitches make it easy to pack the things you want without having to cram the trunk or even the backseat full of cargo. Like all CURT custom trailer hitches, each class 1 trailer hitch is designed to fit a specific vehicle application. A vehicle-specific design ensures the best possible fit with the simplest and most secure installation. This particular class 1 hitch offers a custom fit for certain years of the Honda Fit (to verify vehicle compatibility, see the application information or use the Vehicle Lookup tool). The custom-fit design optimizes the installation to eliminate all unnecessary modifications, and it promotes an integrated look with the vehicle’s existing design features and layout. This Honda Fit hitch is rated to tow up to 2,000 lbs. gross trailer weight and 200 lbs. tongue weight. This makes it an excellent choice for any cargo carrier or bike rack as well as a variety of lightweight trailers (never exceed the lowest-rated towing component). It features a 1-1/4" x 1-1/4" receiver tube to accept a ball mount or other trailer hitch accessories. The hitch receiver tube also has an open back to allow for easy cleaning as needed. To ensure the safety of you and your passengers, as well as your fellow adventurers on the road, each CURT trailer hitch has been stringently tested in accordance with SAE J684. We maintain a dedicated Engineering facility near Detroit, MI -- the heart of the automotive industry -- to test all of our hitches to strictest safety standards. Our in-house testing technology allows for real-time, on-vehicle testing, placing our hitches under the same stresses present in actual towing conditions. This gives us the utmost confidence in each trailer hitch we make and provides you with a dependable tool to freely pursue your passions. Every CURT custom trailer hitch receiver -- from class 1 to class 5 -- is manufactured right here in the USA to ensure quality from design to finish (may include imported hardware). Our hitches are engineered using real vehicles and a hands-on approach. We fabricate our hitches using a combination of robotic and manual welding for optimum precision and speed. Finally, we finish each trailer hitch with a unique co-curing process. First, we immerse the hitch in a rust-resistant liquid A-coat to coat the entire piece inside and out. Then, a durable black powder coat is applied to seal out rain, dirt, road salt and other threats. Finally, these two coatings are co-cured together, creating an industry-leading rust, chip and UV-resistant finish. To give you complete confidence mile after mile, all CURT tow hitches are backed by a limited lifetime warranty. PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS Installation Difficulty Easy Shipping Weight 34.000 Product Weight 26.000 Drilling Required Yes Weight Carrying Capacity (WC) 2,000 LB Tongue Weight (TW) 200 LB Installation Time Exact 45 Part Type Class 1 Trailer Hitch Main Body Shape Square HUB_USA D01 Finish GLOSS BLACK POWDER COAT Warranty Limited Lifetime Warranty (One-Year Finish, One-Year Parts) Material Carbon Steel Receiver Tube Size 1-1/4 IN

Product Reviews:

Chris Edwards

4.0 out of 5 stars

Well that was exhausting... But it works fine.
Reviewed in the United States ?? on July 31, 2013

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The official time to complete estimate is 45 minutes. It took me 3 hours. I'm a former machinist and I've drilled a lot of metal but under my car (2013 Honda Fit) drilling up was not any kind of picnic. My drill, with it's 1/2 bit barely had the clearance between the ground and the place that needed drilling. The instructions say "drill" but really you needed to machine a pretty complex shape. I chose to use hand files. This would have been fine had I not been upside down under a car, but in that position, it was pretty tiring. I found that the best shape (and yes, I was optimizing) looked a bit like a mushroom with a rounded long side opposite a square notch just big enough for the carriage bolt's shoulder. The "fish" wire technique worked surprisingly well and I had no trouble with that. I used my Fit's jack to raise the (pretty heavy) hitch into place. This was helpful because you have to raise it up and mate it to two dangling bolts. But that's not all, in between the hitch and the dangling bolts, you need to insert spacers. Which spacer went where could have been clearer but it is all in the instructions if you study it enough. The biggest problem I anticipated was getting the black plastic fender panel off from behind the driver side wheel. I saw the annoying looking plastic "rivets" and checking online it seemed the only way to get those off was to pry them out and maybe break them. I started with that but then discovered the real secret which is that there are two parts to these. The inner part spreads out the barb which holds the outer part in place. Just pry up the inner part and the things politely slip right out. Whew. That was the pleasant surprise of the whole operation. The unpleasant surprise was the weird "handle nuts". These were to hold the nuts in place while bolting the front of the hitch to the box under the spare tire (you don't have to access the inside of the car). I wonder why they didn't just do a dangle configuration like they did with the other bolts. I could imagine using the fish wire to put those in. Well, I had to do a lot of imagining since one of mine broke. I had just put it in place and I realized that I needed to bend it slightly differently. When I pulled it out it hit the plastic piece (that's annoyingly in the way) and the nut came off the handle. These things are both zinc plated and so it's not shocking the weld wasn't great, but that's why I'm taking off a star. That was very annoying. I was able to assemble it by using the remaining handle nut on the driver's side and using my fingers to hold the other nut *after* all the other three were bolted down. I couldn't find a video of this on the Curt web site, but etrailer point com did have one that I recommend everyone contemplating this job watch. I had a 2007 Honda Fit that got totaled in a rear end collision (good job iPhones!). The car was severely smashed up but the hitch, a Curt, was still in perfect condition even after taking the entire initial impact. I replaced the Fit and the Curt hitch. This one is much harder to install than the last, but I hope it serves as well as that one did.
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4 people found this helpful

5.0 out of 5 stars

Great fit, simple install
Reviewed in the United States ?? on June 12, 2022

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Install is not hard, 3 of 4 bolts take 5 minutes to install. The drivers side bolt on takes 3 drilled holes and then slotting them together. Carbide bit works best but could probably be done with stepper but.
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3.0 out of 5 stars

Install is a PITA
Reviewed in the United States ?? on November 1, 2021

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Do not believe the 45 minute install time. At least, not on a second gen Honda Fit if you are limited to the tools they say you need.

The mount uses a carriage bolt (rounded head w/square neck) with the head tucked inside the bumper frame, using a rectangular plate with a square hole to lock it into place. You have to cut a hole (which is incorrectly sized in the instructions) to slip these two pieces into the frame and then use the included wire to pull them back into position.

The biggest problem lies with the fact that the rectangular plate does not lock into place inside the frame. It just spins freely. They could have solved the problem by making the plate longer. In a fully equipped shop, this is likely not a huge deal, but at home (especially with limited tools), it can be a huge pain.

It is not mentioned in the instructions, but you will also want a plastic rivet remover (and probably some replacement plastic rivets), so you can remove part of the fender well directly below the mount point on the driver's side. That will prevent you from having to drill at an angle.

Aside from that, the quality seems very good.
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One person found this helpful

5.0 out of 5 stars

Tips for easier installation - Great Hitch
Reviewed in the United States ?? on January 4, 2015

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Great Hitch. I purchased this about 8 months ago and have had no problems with it. I have a 2013 Honda Fit. I use this hitch for a bike rack or to haul a tiny, 165 pound, micro sport kayak trailer. It works great. I know you aren't suppose to haul a trailer with a Fit but this one weighs less than I do.
Fairly easy to install (this is my sixth hitch install though). To make this install easier on yourself back the car up on a pair of ramps. Of course be safe and use wheel chocks and set the parking brake. Need two people to install the hitch or a floor jack to help hold it up as I did (be extra careful if you use the jack method). Instructions are good except for expanding the hole that you have to drill. You do have to drill a hole (wear eye protection) but it is NOT necessary to expand the hole!! **You can use the wire guide that is provided and feed it through a hole just to the rear of the hole that was drilled.** Look for that hole! It will save you time and unneeded metal removal expanding the hole!
For a good video of this hitch install visit etrailer.com and locate this exact hitch and see the video near the bottom. However, it won't show you the trick of feeding the bolt through the hole, it will show you the old way of expanding the hole, but the rest of the video is extremely helpful.
As with any job taking your time being careful and doing it right the first time will save you in the long run!
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Sharon Brown
5.0 out of 5 stars

Very sturdy. Good rack. Installation is not very difficult.
Reviewed in the United States ?? on September 7, 2018

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I am thoroughly pleased with this rack. It has been installed on a 2011 honda fit. It took me couple of hours with most difficult part being the drilling of a half-inch whole in the bumper support. Either my drills are too soft or the bumper support metal is very strong. The three points mounting is superior to other racks that only have two points (mounting points, not the number of bolts as both models have 4).

The rack is quiet heavy, which means it is made from a thick and dense steel.
I have not towed with it yet but installation and visual inspection have been satisfying.
I recommend this rack. Do not hesitate to buy it (dont forget it requires drilling one hole).
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5.0 out of 5 stars

Pain in the ass to install
Reviewed in the United States ?? on August 31, 2019

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Great hitch and eventually did get it installed but requires two people and some mechanical intuition. Had a drill a half inch hole into the frame at a very awkward angle with my 2013 Honda Fit. While it did work I can see some people struggling with this. It's not a simple "plug and play", so would be worth having a shop do it if you are not mechanically inclined. Super sturdy and solid hitch once installed though and great price.
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