Honda Fit

Starting at $15,890

29 City / 37 Hwy / 33 Avg

130-hp 1.5L 4 Cylinder

5 Passengers

3 Years / 36000 Miles


10250 cc2400 032 wa

Average Rating
Based on reviews by 8 leading car publication(s)




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In 2007, Honda rebadged its useful and popular Jazz model as the Fit and released it in America Americans immediately took notice, as the unstable prices in fuel led us to start looking at smaller vehicles What’s more, the debut Fit also had a massive 57-cubic-foot cargo area that no other compact hatchbacks could come close to In 2015 — after a one-year break — the Fit returns with an all-new look, new cabin, updated engine, and a huge increase in rear-seat room...Read More N/A

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The 2016 Honda Fit is unchanged...Read More 4.0 out of 5

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All 2016 Fits are powered by a 1 5L 4-cylinder engine that makes 130 horsepower There are two available transmissions -- a 6-speed manual or a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) Power is sent to the front wheels, and while nobody would accuse the Fit of being a sports car, acceleration is peppy...Read More N/A

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Reviewers write that the 2016 Honda Fit outshines much of the competition with its versatile cargo area, spacious cabin and excellent fuel economy...Read More 4.4 out of 5

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The Fit may no longer be as frisky to drive as its predecessors, but it's still fairly nimble Turn-in response is prompt and roll angles remain controlled The steering is light enough for low-speed parking and reassuring enough at highway speeds By virtue of its small size and good cornering grip, the Fit acquitted itself well in our avoidance maneuver, posting a speed of 55 mph and buttressing driver confidence...Read More 3.4 out of 5

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Now in its third generation, the 2016 Honda Fit 5-door subcompact continues to prove that subcompact cars can aspire to more than just basic transportation The Honda Fit's so-called Magic Seat lets owners maximize cargo area easily, all without compromising the surprisingly large rear seat The little engine and continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) ensure excellent fuel economy, while the light weight and small size mean you don't feel like you've been shortchanged when it comes to acceleration In fact, thanks to the sharp steering and nicely balanced suspension, a new Honda Fit handles better than you may think...Read More 4.3 out of 5

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Car names often consist of seemingly random words or alphanumeric jumbles, but the 2016 Honda Fit proves that literalism has its place If there's one thing this Honda is known for, after all, it's the incredible amount of stuff you can fit inside its pint-sized hatchback body Today's Fit also has more rear legroom than ever, and it's got a respectable roster of standard and optional technology, too Throw in excellent fuel economy and you've got a uniquely talented vehicle that offers great value in this segment...Read More N/A

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If the personal-transportation choices of Americans were based solely on need and practicality, we’d have a much narrower spectrum of vehicles on our roads From the hundreds of models available now, we’d need just four: 50-cc mopeds for single people, bitty five-door hatchbacks for couples, minivans for larger families, and pickups for those who pack nail guns or pilot a Ditch Witch In fact, we’re pretty sure this is how they do it in Europe...Read More 5.0 out of 5

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