By Matt Schmitz on December 10, 2013
If you're in search of a subcompact car that offers better than subcompact-car comfort and cargo space, you might find the 2013 Honda Fit a good fit. Cars.com reviewer Kelsey Mays says the little hatchback that won big in Cars.com's $16,000 subcompact comparison impresses with its passenger legroom and headroom, as well as its ample space for stuff, thanks in particular to conveniently configurable second-row seats. And while ride quality and responsive acceleration are competitive, fuel economy and interior materials aren't as much. Watch the video above.