First Drive: 2009 Honda Fit
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The 2009 Honda Fit doesn't look much different from the 2008 Honda Fit, but
actually, its been totally redesigned. The compact car retains the overall
shape and dimensions, but put them side by side, and there is not single
piece of sheet metal that carries over. Fuel economy for the base Honda Fit
is 28 miles per gallon in the city and 35 on the highway, and for the Fit
Sport, 27 and 33 respectively.
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2009 Honda Fit / First Impressions
Cars.com Senior Editor Joe Wiesenfelder walks us through the re-designed
2009 Honda Fit. The Fit competes with the Toyota Matrix, The Nissan Versa,
and the Suzuki SX4.
2009 HONDA FIT NEW CAR REVIEW
If it ain't broke... Honda will still find a way to fix it. The current
version of the Fit is a huge hit having enjoyed a 78.5 percent sales
increase over the same period last year. And while this model has only been
on sale since 2007 the same platform has been offered in Japan since 2001.
After 8 years on sale even a car as fine as the Fit is due for an update.
But is the new 2009 Fit even more fit than ever or has it become portly
with its advancing age like the bulbous second gen xB?
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2009 Honda Fit Sport Review
MPGomatic.com puts a 2009 Honda Fit Sport to a grueling week-long
test-drive. The Fit delivers remarkable real-world gas mileage and is a
blast to drive. Is this the future of small cars?
2015 Honda Fit Hatchback
Steve takes a healthy look at the all new 3rd Generation Honda Fit. This
in-depth review highlights the Fit's new and improved interior and
exterior, as well as the enhanced driving characteristics of this popular
DRIVE Honda Fit Sport
The weather outside is frightful. Is the Honda Fit Sport delightful? Emmy
Award winning automotive writer Tom Voelk is forced to test Honda's
versatile hatchback inside when a blizzard hits Seattle.
2015 Honda Fit EX (6-Speed Manual) - WR TV POV Test Drive
Honda’s venerable hatchback sees big changes for 2015. How big? How about
a new platform, new engine and transmissions, and a new look. The new
5-door is 1.6 inches shorter than the outgoing model, but also weighs in at
100 pounds more, due to more substantial use of high-strength steel in its
construction, which provides significantly bolstered chassis rigidity for
added safety and improved handling. Despite its shrinking dimensions, the
Fit’s new platform actually expands on both front and rear passenger
A new suspension design allowed engineers to move the rear seats nearly 5
inches farther away from the front, netting rear legroom that now exceeds
the generous amount offered in the Accord sedan. The tradeoff is a drop in
cargo space, which goes from the 21 cubic feet found in the 2014 model to
17 cubic feet, turning a former segment leader into a mid-pack runner.
Powered by a 1.5-liter, direct injected four cylinder motor making 130 horsepower and 114
lb-ft of torque (increases over 2014 of 13hp and 8 foot-pounds over the
outgoing model) the Fit is capable of hitting 60mph from rest in a fairly
brisk 8.5 seconds. Our tester is fitted with a six-speed manual
transmission, and while we enjoyed rowing our own gears, we did note that
the clutch was less receptive to being hustled than we would have liked.
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Can Honda Fit Beat Prius? 2008 Honda Fit vs. 2008 Toyota Prius
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Consider this: The 2008 Toyota Prius base model costs 50 percent more than
the 2008 Honda Fit base model. Then again, the Prius is 50 percent more
fuel-efficient than the Fit when you look at the EPA's figure for combined
mpg. So how does this add up?
You could save $8,425 right now by buying a $15,420 Honda Fit instead of
the $23,845 Toyota Prius. Of course, if the price of gasoline goes higher,
then the Prius with its EPA combined estimate of 46 mpg will pay you back
for your investment sooner than you'd expect. Then again, the Fit with its
EPA combined estimate of 30 mpg doesn't carry the same penalty of higher
financing charges, insurance costs and taxes as the more expensive Prius,
plus the Toyota will be needing a new $2,585 battery pack when the odometer
shows 100,000-150,000 miles.
Which car is best? It sounds like the kind of question for one of those
money magazines. Yes, we've painted ourselves into a bit of a
projected-cost corner with this comparison of the base models of the 2008
Honda Fit and 2008 Toyota Prius, but we think we can get out without
stepping on too much wet paint
2015 Honda Fit vs Nissan Versa Note TFL4K Mashup Review: Fun v Frugal
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) 2015 Honda Fit and the 2015 Nissan Versa Note
compete directly for your money in the compact car segment. Both cars have
that magic Japanese ability to be bigger on the inside than on the outside.
But they are different. One car is fun to drive and one car os frugal to
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2015 Honda Fit Review - Kelley Blue Book
Honda has proven with the Fit that an entry-level economy car doesn't need
to be devoid of personality, especially when it comes to design, features
and being fun-to-drive. Join KBB’s Micah Muzio as he determines if the
third-generation Fit carries on this tradition.
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