Honda Fit Overview
The Honda Fit is a subcompact hatchback with versatility similar to a small SUV, thanks to its clever multi-configurable seating. Redesigned for 2015, the Fit gets a new CVT and great fuel economy at 33-mpg overall. Opting for the EX brings a sunroof and paddle shifters, while the EX-L includes heated leather seats. The Fit is still loud and stiff-riding, but handling is quite responsive. The button-free radio on EX and higher trims is a constant frustration, and the seats and driving position aren't very comfortable. Early 2015 Fits didn't do well in the IIHS narrow-offset crash test but can be retrofitted with an effective later fix. We can't yet predict reliability for the new Fit.
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