Whether or not the 2013 Honda Fit satisfies with respect to features could depend a lot on your expectations surrounding connectivity. On one hand, it's definitely no stripped-down small car, and you won't find manual windows or have to skip air conditioning. But on the other hand, you won't find satellite radio on offer at all, and Bluetooth connectivity is reserved for top Fit Sport models optioned with the navigation system--stickering over $20k.
In any case, both the Fit and Fit Sport models include a pretty generous list of features, in a traditional sense. The base 2013 Honda Fit includes air conditioning; cruise control; keyless entry; a USB sound-system input; power windows, locks, and mirrors; and an MP3-compatible CD sound system. For a little more money, the Honda Fit Sport gets larger 16-inch alloy wheels, cruise control, keyless entry, and a security system, along with sporty cues throughout.
A navigation system, which now includes Bluetooth hands-free connectivity and streaming audio, as well as basic voice-command functions, is available only on Fit Sport models--and if you want Bluetooth, that's really the only way to get it.