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2007 Honda Fit consumer reviews

$13,850–$14,650 MSRP range
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95% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.3
  • Interior 4.4
  • Performance 4.4
  • Value 4.8
  • Exterior 4.5
  • Reliability 4.8
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Best Fuel Efficient Car with the lowest price

This was my very first Honda Fit I ever owned. This car is absolutely the best in multiple categories.: Fuel Economy, Turns on a dime, compact and easy to park car in small spots, and is stylish.


Most roomy small car i've owned

This car is really nice with regards to driving experience and its quite nice on the exterior design. the interior not top notch but its quite up there compered to its competitors. my only drawback is the lack of driver seat height adjustment but all round its perfect but not soo much good value for the money.


Honda FIT/Jazz Sport: 1st Generation a Drivers Car

I love light cars with light and communicative steering and the 1st Generation Honda FIT/Jazz has this in spades. The few times I had a chance to drive the car in the twisties was the most rewarding experience I've ever had in a Front Wheel drive car.. in SPITE of it's beam rear axle. The crazy part is being able to load up with tall people and everybody had plenty of head room, leg room, and great visibility. Then I can fold the up the seat-pans and put my mountain bike in the rear without taking off the front wheel! The car does anything but win drag races, and it does it with aplomb. The only negative is the low profile tires and hard suspension settings can take their toll over rough roads which are more and more the norm today.. You've got to drive one.


Best Honda I've ever owned

I love my 07 fit sport amazing on gas and has lots of room and it's amazing to look at great design. I recommend this to anyone looking for a beautiful car with low cost to own





Great for college students or first time car owner

Very reliable, comfortable and easy to drive. Has lots of room for storage or moving, or for a small family, and is quiet and comfortable to drive.


Last truly simple car

Sport model with a stick, fun to thrash but not fast enough to draw attention. Last of the old-school econoboxes, just simple transpotation.


140K and Still Good As New

I bought this car back in 2011 with 44,000 miles. The sole purpose of the purchase was to modify and track it. Therefore, since that day I have abused this little economy car to the max, constantly red lining. It now has 140K and the only maintenance performed has been oil changes, tires, brakes, and replacement of the manual transmission mount. It is also surprisingly super roomy. I was able to put my entire Snap-On tool box in the back with room for extra cargo! The only thing that bothers me about this vehicle is the extremely thin carpet. But that will not hold me back from recommending it to anyone.


Super Versatile

I was looking for a hatchback with tons of cargo space, great gas mileage, and great reliability ratings. My other car is a 96 Civic hatch. I absolutely love that car, but needed AC, and some cruise control in my life. The Fit was the next best thing. I've owned it for 2 weeks and I enjoy driving it. It fulfills everything on my list. Right now, I'm not getting the MPG I was hoping for, but it might be due to the oil the VW dealership has used (5W-30 instead of the 5W-20 it should have). If I can get this Fit to the mid 30s I would love it more. Right now we're in the high 20s.


rock-solid economy car

Just a stupid-good car. We bought a very lightly used 2007 in 2010 for roughly what a new Kia costs; this was the first car we'd ever spent a significant amount of money on. Totally worth it. Having now (2013) put over 100,000 miles on it, the only costs have been tires, brake pads, wipers, and fluids. Mechanics: rock solid, fast steering feels like you are driving a MUCH sportier car. I imagine a manual would really be fun. It's slightly underpowered (tends to bog down on hills), but it's an economy car, so that comes with the territory. Interior: Perfectly adequate. There are some creaks and groans occassionally, but again, comes with the territory. No adjustable delay on the wipers is kind of a pain, but everything else is intuitive and great. Truly amazing cargo space and flexibility for such a small car; we have gone to the airport with 3 adults, a toddler in car seat, and associated cargo for a week-long vacation, everything fit (2 checked bags, 2 large carryons, and about 5 full backpacks/totes included). The only real beef I have with the design is that the battery is undersized. It's a golf-cart battery, not a real car battery, and easily gives up the ghost after a long cold spell. If you can get one with a block heater though, I'd imagine that goes away.