Used 2008 Honda Fit For Sale

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2008 Honda Fit Sport Specifications

Feature Description
Transmission Automatic
Engine 1.5L
Horsepower 109 horsepower@5800rpm
MPG City 27
MPG Highway 34

Customer Review Summary for 2008 Honda Fit

(34 Reviews)

Fit Sport

2008 Honda Fit smiles - Fountain Valley, CA 11/16/2012

I got this car for the gas mileage, and a future car for a teenager. It is a 4 cylinder, so not as much power as my previous car, but I also don't pay as much in gas. Being a 4 cylinder, it just takes a little longer to get up hills, and also my son won't be able to get in as much trouble. The trunk has a lot of room, I was amazed, I can get a lot of stuff into it, and the fact that I can put the back seat down to give me more room is great. It is a great starter car and a basic car. I do not regret getting this car, I am not a person that requires all the bells and whistles, so this car meets my needs. It has aux for my phone, and a CD player.

Fit is GO!!

2008 Honda Fit desertguard - tucson, az 04/02/2010

I purchased a 2007 Fit base model. And I could not be more pleased. with close to 40mpg with good gas, what could anyone want! also, it is soooo roomy. fold down seats rock when taking on the local costco. with Tron cycle like handling and a peppy gas miser engine to boot, you will be in urban commuting heaven. also, with top awards multiple years and honda's proven performance on and off the track. these cars are going to last for years. definately worth a quick drive. I'll bet you will be a honda owner in no time!

2008 Honda Fit

2008 Honda Fit UNC 1985 - Cary, NC 06/11/2010

We were looking for a cost-effective, reliable and decent car when my 2000 Subaru Forrester died suddenly. We looked at a number of Hondas and settled on the fit based on price, reputation and gas mileage. We are really pleased with our purchase. This is a surprisingly fun car to drive. The gear box is smaller than the one on my Subaru, allowing for easy shifting. It has nice zip from a stopped position. It is more roomy than you'd think inside. My wife, daughter and I recently made a 500-mile trip comfortably in the vehicle. The car is adequately comfortable, but it is basic transportation, with out a lot of bells and whistles. The interior is attractive and the radio is good. If you want Fit floormats, you may have to insert the floor hooks yourself, which was not hard but a little annoying. The only real drawbacks are that the road noise is pronounced, and handling is a little more challenging on a windy day. All things considered, however, we are pleased with our purchase and would do it again.

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