Honda Fit is compact and efficient, serving as a solid in-between cars kind of car ideal for crowded tight cities/urban areas or a good car for a college student. Smaller gas tank and good fuel efficiency will allow you to save money at the pumps. The Fit has surprisingly generous indoor spacing achieved through multiple seat adjustments and configurations. With 4-D you can also bring folks along for a ride.
I love having a hatchback, it's so easy to get things moved. My fit is so quiet sometimes I'm not sure if the remote starter even kicked in. I never thought I'd need the backup camera but it's so useful. Trying to back out into the street when you have an SUV on either side? Now you can!
This car suited my needs perfectly. I needed a fuel efficient car that was also fun to drive. I liked the configuration of the cargo space for when I transport my bike inside the vehicle.
I used to drive an Acura Integra GS-R, and while this has no where near the power, it does feel like it shares "DNA". It is "zippy" and handles great. However it does feel under-powered and twitchy on the interstates.
During the winter I mount Nokian Hakkapeliitta R2s all around (I bought an extra set of wheels) and with those on the car it handles great in the snow. Almost more fun to drive in the snow than the AWD Outback I traded in.
The Honda Fit and Kia Soul are popular small utility vehicles. This article summarizes the advantages and drawbacks of each and provides a side-by-side comparison to help you make the best choice for your needs.
So you’re considering a Honda Accord as your next car. It’s a good choice—the Accord is very highly-regarded in any of its available variants. Plus, it combines good gas mileage with lively performance and plenty of interior space. For those who enjoy the experience of driving, Accords are known for their firm ride, good handling, and responsive steering.