Honda is filling its entry-level subcompact void with a car clearly intended for a young, urban crowd. The Fit is a versatile vehicle in a small size perfect for squeezing into tight spots — or tight budgets.Like the Element, another Honda vehicle initially aimed at young buyers, the Fit se... Read Full Report
Last year, the three top Japanese manufacturers -- Toyota, Nissan and Honda -- all decided that they needed a new entry-level model for the U.S. market. Toyota began selling the Yaris, Nissan the Versa, Honda the Fit.So how are they doing?According to Automotive News sales figures, in the first eight months of 2007, Honda Fit sales were last with 36,520, Nissan Versa sales were second with 53,8... Read full review for the 2007 Honda Fit
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In July 2006, I gave up my Honda CRV for a FIT and I'm glad I did. The interior roominess (for groceries, trash, dogs, teenage son, etc.) is extraordinary (even if it is a little tight on elbow room).... Read Full Review
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