The Fit gets great gas mileage and it's small enough to park nearly anywhere yet roomy enough for what I need. 4 stars because of clutch issues...I think it needed a new one before I drove it off the lot.
2009 Honda Fit Sport
2009 Honda FitKDoggRock - Hampton, VA04/19/2011
Highs: Fit and finish of interior plastics and panels, very space efficient, highly practical, balanced and precise steering feel, good handling (for a rear torsion beam), smoothness of the engine at high revs, shifter precision of the 5-sp manual
Lows: down on torque, high revs on the freeway above 60 mph, engine is always screeming at high rpm in city traffic from red lights, goofy proportions due to maximized interior space, tach and speedo hard to read, esp the redline on the tach, torsion beam in rear, fuel economy less than larger Civic sedan, expensive compared to other subcompacts
Exact car I wanted with ultra-low mileage!
2009 Honda FitKaren Waltensperger - Winter Springs, FL06/29/2015
Small but roomy with amazing carrying capacity in well-designed hatch and back seats that lie flat. Sips petrol. Fun to drive!
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