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.
It is a great car but it has a small gas tank
2015 Honda FitEsta K - Oklahoma City, OK03/10/2017
It is Honda that says it all. But it is a low car and the beneath plastic cover would get hit and break all the time, also you can't speed up because the engine is small and you would hear the noise when you push the gas. It has a small tank and you get fuel all the time, it has 10.6 i think gallon which is a disadvantage. It is a small and has a rear camera though which is nice.
This is an incredible little vehicle. I've been driving mine since 2013, and it hasn't failed me yet! So far, the only service it's needed has been:
-Wheel bearing replacements
-Minor recall changes
It has great pickup for a 4-cylinder vehicle (especially with the sport mode - great for passing and climbing hills). It gets at least 30 mpg, no matter where I'm driving. I've gotten 40 mpg on highways. Steering and gas are very sensitive. It's safe, durable, and it looks like a cute little spaceship.
The biggest issue is the cabin noise - it's not super insulated, and you're low to the ground. Other than that, I've had no complaints about my baby in the last four years. :)
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