Honda Fit Overview
The Honda Fit is a subcompact hatchback that offers the versatility of some small SUVs, thanks to its efficient shape and clever multi-configurable seating. The Fit gets great fuel economy, at 33 mpg overall with its new continuously variable automatic transmission. It's also one of the few subcompacts available with upscale features such as a sunroof, heated leather seats, and a backup camera. The Fit is still loud and not very fast, however. And the button-free radio on higher-trim levels is a constant aggravation. The seats and driving position also aren't very comfortable. Very early-2015 Fits didn't do well in the latest crash tests, but can be retrofitted with an effective later fix. We can't predict reliability for the new Fit.
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