2008 Honda FitRozzyRoz - San Antonio, TX01/04/2012
I could not be happier with any other vehicle, I'm convinced. I have a 2008 Fit Sport and love everything about it. Not only does it get amazing gas mileage, this car is actually quite fun to drive. The Fit is a zippy car with quick response and excellent handling, so much so that I needed to get used to its get-up-and-go take-off (which reminds me of driving one of those fun go carts). The interior is sleek & sporty and seating is unsuspectingly comfortable. I also love all the different ways you can adjust seating and it proved to be a great vehicle in my recent move. In one trip it held 3 passengers, a boy's dirt bike, a fax machine, a CPU, a large 18 gallon storage container a bunch of miscellaneous items. I was blown away! The Fit has been my dream car for quite some time but has far exceeded all of my expectations. I applaud Honda for creating such an amazing vehicle.
2008 Honda Fit
2008 Honda Fitmaureen - San Diego03/29/2010
I love my Honda Fit. It is very comfortable and roomy for a subcompact. I love the good mileage, about 35 mpg. It is also a smooth ride for a small car, fun to drive and has a lot of zip.
Best subcompact ever!
2008 Honda FitPiero - Charlotte, NC11/12/2009
This little car is great. I'm getting a solid 37 MPG mixed. It is spacious, fun to drive and the interiors look and feel solid. Also the equipment is a big difference against competitors in the segment. Mine has wheels, cruise control, aux entry, airbags (driver, front seat and side). It is just great.
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