2015 Honda FitGreg B - Colorado Springs, CO04/12/2016
My 2015 Honda Fit LX with CVT tranmission has proven to be a good combination of small size, great gas millage, and typical Honda quality. It is almost a great small car, except for the uncomfortable seats and the small narrow tires which can lead to slipping in the rain/snow.
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.
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).
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