2012 Honda Fit Sport vs 2012 Ford Fiesta SE - Comparison Test Review
It's the video you've all been waiting for! Make sure you watch the bloopers starting at 26:50!! Enjoy our first ever comparison test featuring the 2012 Honda Fit Sport going head-to-head with the 2012 Ford Fiesta SE! Watch it, enjoy it, and then tell us what you think below!
Again, make sure you watch the bloopers at the end for some laughs!
Auto-Top: 2012 Ford Fiesta Metal
If you want a lot of fun for not too much money, the Ford Fiesta Metal is the car for you! Offering great looks and a great noise, this little thing is the Focus RS500's baby brother.
2013 Honda Fit Review-Tips and Tricks
2013 Honda Fit review-Tips and Tricks. HondaPro Jason Showing off the heated and cooled cup holders, the removable center cup holders, removable spill mat, a hidden compartment under the rear seat and the hook for the spare tire lid.
HondaPro Jason is one of the top car Salesman at Schaumburg Honda Automobiles in Schaumburg IL
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2013 Honda Fit Base Automatic Test Drive
Ian Smith and Ryan Dearing Internat Managers at Hagerstown Honda test drive the 2013 Honda Fit Base w/Automatic Transmission. Further information can be found on the Hagerstown Honda's website: http://goo.gl/698FL
2012 Honda Jazz Hybrid Start-Up, Full Vehicle Tour and Quick Drive
I know I've done a video on a 2012 Jazz Hybrid before, but I thought I'd film it again as my friend just got one and he let me film it. Plus, this car doesn't have the bodykit and the environment in this video is much quieter than the previous Jazz Hybrid video. Also, I took the car for a quick test drive.
► 2014 Ford Fiesta ST (197 hp) [US version]
Small cars continue to be a hot segment in North America and with the new Fiesta ST, introduced here at the 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show, Ford is expected to have the hottest hatch around.
Fiesta ST, a performance model first launched in Europe back in 2005, is yet another proof point from Ford that small cars are anything but boring. In addition to a precision sport-tuned suspension and an improved braking system, Fiesta ST packs a punch under the hood.
A new high-output variant of the award-winning 1.6-liter EcoBoost® four-cylinder engine propels Fiesta ST with an estimated 197 horsepower and 214 lb.-ft. of torque. In comparison, Mini Cooper S makes do with 181 horsepower and 177 lb.-ft., while Chevrolet Sonic RS produces just 138 horsepower and 148 lb.-ft.
Unlike the competition, Fiesta ST doesn't simply look like a performance car; it's got the guts to back it up.
Fiesta ST may be born with racing DNA, but buyers won't have to pay for that performance at the pump. Available exclusively as a five-door hatchback in North America and with a six-speed manual transmission, Fiesta ST is projected to achieve up to 34 mpg.
This compact performance machine sports a unique grille and chin spoiler with new rear diffuser and fascia extensions. Bright tipped dual-Exhaust pipes and high-mount spoiler along with unique 17-inch wheels complete the visual package: Fiesta ST looks like it's made for the racetrack. The car is first of its nameplate to receive the Molten Orange tri-coat metallic paint.
Fiesta ST steering is more direct and responsive than the base model. A unique suspension with modified front knuckle makes for a quicker overall steering ratio of 13.6:1.
The rear axle gets increased roll stiffness to improve stability through fast corners, while the Fiesta ST body sits 15 millimeters closer to the ground than the base model.
Increased mechanical grip provided by the suspension improvements is further enhanced with electronic Torque Vectoring Control to reduce understeer during hard cornering maneuvers. Three-mode electronic stability control -- standard, sport or off -- enables the ST driver to select the amount of electronic aid based on current conditions. Overall, Fiesta ST provides enthusiastic drivers with the ideal mix of performance handling and ride comfort.
Fiesta ST will also sound good on the open road. It features the mechanical version of the sound symposer first used on the Focus ST, which went on sale in North America earlier this year, to provide an enhanced soundtrack for drivers out tackling the open road. It is unique for Fiesta in that for the first time the engine sound is directly fed into the passenger cabin to accentuate feedback quality and response.
Fiesta ST is the result of the combined efforts of Team RS in Europe and SVT in the United States.
2012 Chevrolet Sonic LTZ Turbo
Generations have grown up trained to shop the import brands for a good subcompact car. Sonic is out to make waves in the segment and change that kind of thinking. Tom Voelk takes a look at a turbo LTZ model.
Toyota Yaris / Honda Fit / Hyundai Accent / Nissan Versa / Chevrolet Aveo5: Sub-Compact Shootout
In search of the ideal sub-compact we gathered together five of the least expensive and most fuel efficient cars on the market to compare them head-to-head and determine which car has it all.
Fun, fuel-efficient and inexpensive are just a few of the adjectives that describe the ideal sub-compact car. But often these little runabouts also get tagged with some less than glamorous terms like: cramped, cheap and slow.
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Civic v Corolla v Mazda 3 Consumer Comparison by Edmunds.com
As so many Hollywood blockbusters have proven, if something works once, why not try it again? Last year, we decided to try something completely different by inviting six regular consumers to do a comparison test of three popular midsize sedans — without the sponsorship of a specific manufacturer. They poked and prodded each car using the same criteria Edmunds editors use when evaluating a vehicle. The result was an enlightening experience for the consumers involved, the Edmunds.com editors and, judging by feedback, the readers at home.
For the sequel, we rounded up three economy sedans: the two best-selling models (Toyota Corolla and Honda Civic) and the one we consider to be the best (Mazda 3). We also invited a fourth dark-horse contender to the party, but the Mitsubishi Lancer that showed up featured a fancy stereo, a sunroof and a $3,000-higher price tag. It was disqualified before the test started for being too far out of the price range. As such, the remaining three contenders were priced within $479 of each other, giving our testers the chance to see how much equipment each brand provides for basically the same amount of dough. Each car was also right off the boat (or train), with miles in the low hundreds or less. In other words, nothing was given an undue advantage. Here's a rundown of the cars.