I've only had my 2011 Honda Fit for a couple of weeks, but I absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE it! It's fun to drive and cute as can be. It's so roomy. I tell people that it's bigger on the inside than on the outside! I love the way it handles; it hugs the road and the steering is tight and sporty, unlike some cars that have a lot of play in the steering wheel. The ride is nice and relatively quiet, especially for a small car. I'm short, 5'2", and it's hard to find a car that I like that also has good visibility for me, that will also fit my 6'2" husband, and the Honda Fit has the most headroom of any car I test drove.
Almost great ... but some reservations.
2015 Honda FitGreg B - Colorado Springs, CO04/12/2016
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