2010 Honda FitAirelle S. - Washington, DC11/05/2015
The Honda Fit Sport is sufficiently fuel efficient, offers the versatility of driving it in automatic or standard gear, and has excellent storage space yet is compact enough to prevent parallel parking from being too much of a pain. The 2010 model is reasonably priced at most dealers yet still has a great shelf-life given the historical reliability of Honda vehicles (if properly maintained).
Great compact car!
2011 Honda FitMary M - St Louis, MO07/05/2016
Great small car perfect for city driving. This is my first car and I have been incredibly happy with it. Its surprisingly spacious and has a ton of cargo room as the back seats fold entirely flat. Also significant amount of headroom; my 6'4" friends can sit in the front or back seat comfortably (if the front seat is pushed forward so they have enough leg room).
Great product from Honda
2015 Honda FitEric Davis - Chicago, IL01/23/2017
-Decent Gas mileage
-Excellent features on the EX model. Such as: Rear-view cameras, right hand turning lane camera, moonroof, CVT transmission,
-Spacious redesigned 2015+ models have creative use of seating configuration.
-Minimal maintenance repairs needed for a long while
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