Best car I have ever owned. Super great!
This car is great and I can’t wait to take it on the open road this summer. Zoom zoom zoom zoom zoom zoom zoom zoom zoom!!!
This was my first car. It was a fun car. Very responsive driving. Great gas mileage. Surprisingly roomy, and versatile (fold rear seats down or up to make room). Easy to park in the City.
Best car I’ve ever owned.
Great on gas. Drives smooth. Fits into small spaces. Room for my family. I love the color also. It’s got enough power for me. Nice roomy trunk.
Best car I've ever owned
Plenty head room and I'm 6'4", good gas milage, great room with rear seats down, wish I could lower the driver's seat but modified the rear view mirror instead as it blocked some of my view.
Reliable Economy Car
This car has been very reliable with low maintenance. Gets great gas mileage and is an all around good car. The hatchback is great for being able to haul larger items such as furniture. Also great for running weekly errands around town with the family.
Changed my mind about small cars
I grew up with Crown Vic's and pick up trucks. My first car was Honda Accord. I bought the Fit used as a second vehicle to drive for Uber and other side jobs that put miles on the car quickly. There is no denying the car is small, but it really maximizes the space it has. I'm 6ft tall and can sit in the backseat comfortably with the front seats pushed all the way back. The driver ride height is very good, especially for a car so low to the ground. If driven conservatively, the Fit can get close to 40mpg on the highway. The small engine is zippy enough for the driver alone, but take a friend or two along for the ride and you'll notice the difference right away. The interior is very flexible for hauling cargo, especially with the "magic seats" in the back. Even with the seats up there is generous cargo space considering the fact that it's a small hatchback. There are definitely some minor conveniences that are missing. For instance, there is no center console, no automatic headlights, and no adjustable speed intermittent wipers. There also is no passenger side door lock/unlock button. Unless you opt for the premium audio, the steering wheel does not have audio controls. Again, minor conveniences; but when considering the price point and the fact that the Fit is an entry level vehicle, it's more than understandable. All in all I thoroughly enjoy the fit and it's a nice contrast from my Accord.
Most reliable and fun car I've owned.
This car has so much cargo space!! Comfy seats. Good gas mileage. Fun to drive. Sometimes louder and bumpier ride than larger vehicles. Not bad though.
So Far, Great Little Car!
I love this car and Muller Honda could not have been more helpful in helping me obtain it. My 1994 Saturn with will over 100,000 miles on it finally died. I've owned this car for two years now and I am extremely pleased - it's a fun car to drive. Finally, I can go to Home Depot and put items in the hatch back - they actually fit for a change - there's all kinds of room plus the back seats fold down making even more room. Leg room in the car is very good - the instrument panel is not cluttered with all kinds of buttons, knobs, screens, etc. I find the seating very comfortable and, in fact, when I'm in the car the seats actually relieve some of my back pain. The only draw back I have about the car is the rear vision out the back and side windows. I think that might be the reason Honda puts the great big outside mirrors on the car. You just have to be a little careful backing up and watch what you are doing. If this car lasts as long as the Prelude did, I'll be extremely pleased.
Cute car for our daughter.
This car was for our daughter & She loves it. Cute and sportish looking and she loves the lights inside. Good on gas. In really good shape.
Very reliable car
I?ve always owned Honda?s and the fit has been on my list and now that I got one I wouldn?t buy another car Honda?s ROCK