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Honda Fit Guide
Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the Honda Fit. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the Honda Fit.
As small economy-minded hatchbacks cars go, it's engaging to drive around turns and comfortable when you're just cruising on the highway. This is especially nice when you consider just how good the Fit is at maneuvering through tight spots in big cities and how versatile its special configurable rear seats are. The Fit is one of the most efficient vehicles in the class as well. Discover the ins and outs on used Honda Fits, available now in Carvana's inventory.
Great Fuel EconomyKnown as a top choice among the subcompact segment, the Honda Fit perhaps shines the most in the area of fuel economy. For versions with manual transmission, the Fit gets an EPA-estimated 32 mpg combined (29 mpg city/37 mpg highway), while CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) models increase their efficiency to 35 mpg combined (32 mpg city/38 mpg highway).
Quick AccelerationWhile subcompact vehicles will never be known as beasts on the open road, the Honda Fit is actually somewhat of a standout when it comes to performance in this segment. During Edmunds performance testing, the Fit sprinted from 0 to 60 in 8.8 seconds, which is rather quick for subcompact vehicles.
Roomy Cabin AreaCompared to segment rivals such as the Hyundai Accent or Ford Fiesta, the Fit has typically resided a notch below these vehicles in terms of comfort and available room. However, later versions of the Fit have done well to even the playing field. In fact, the rear space in the Fit exceeds that which is available in the Honda Accord, meaning it can comfortably seat two adults. The Fit also provides ample storage capacity, offering 52.7 cubic feet of cargo room when the rear seats are folded down. This is nearly as much space as some small crossovers.
Touchscreen InterfaceAvailable on upper trims of the Fit is a 7-inch touchscreen that provides voice control and a variety of audio and social media functions. However, reviews of the Fit's interface have not been favorable, as the system has earned demerits for being cumbersome and for the busy presentation of the controls. It's also worth noting that Android phones are not currently compatible with HondaLink.
No Sedan Option AvailableFeeling like a subcompact vehicle kind of cramps your style? Unfortunately for you, the Honda Fit isn't available in a sedan option.
Light SteeringIt's hard to find too much pick apart on the Fit, as it truly is a well-rounded vehicle that is standout in the subcompact segment. With that said, the handling on the Fit has received some feedback from critics being too light and lacking a refined sense of precision.
Honda Fit Reviews
4.7 OUT OF 5 (97 Reviews)