This is a driver's car: you are allowed to hear the engine and transmission, feel the road through the steering wheel etc. It is not whisper quiet in the cabin, but perfectly acceptable. You will feel big bumps and rough roads. It handles more like a small sports car. (I've driven MG's and Triumph's.)
Despite small exterior size, tall and roomy inside. I took 2500 mile rt to Florida, nice for cruising the interstate. Seat has good lumbar support (I'm 63!) My mpg is 42 on the highway, and everyday mixed driving I get about 37. But I drive gently. You will be tempted to zip around faster than you should. Amazing 57 cubic feet cargo space with back seats down. Roomy back seats, good cargo space even with back seats up.
Great compact car!
2010 Honda FitJulia - , 05/09/2014
its a great compact car, cheap to run and easy to handle/park, but with plenty of space inside, handles well. I am told it is reliable and has a great safety rating. Hondas also hold their value very well if you're thinking of re-selling.
Wonderful car with spunk and personality!
2010 Honda FitAnonymous - , 02/27/2014
It handles well. Excellent acceleration. Great use of space. Roomy interior. Fun to drive. City and highway average 30 mpg. Handles 80 mph easily.
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