The 2011 Honda Fit is the least expensive and smallest model it offers in the U.S. market, but it’s also one of the most impressive. The upright but jaunty little subcompact offers unmatched flexibility inside, and the space of a compact car inside its minimal footprint.
The Fit is peppy, enjoyable to drive (like most Hondas), and relatively fuel-efficient. Unlike the Ford Fiesta, with its SFE model, no Fit hits 40 mpg highway. But the EPA ratings are decent if not class-leading.. We suspect more drivers buy the Honda Fit because they like it, compared to buying a not-so-fun competitor (we won’t name names) for the few more dollars a month that their higher gas-mileage ratings will bring.
The 2011 Fit is tall enough that from some angles, it looks like a scaled-down minivan. That gives it remarkable space inside, aided by enough head- and legroom in the back seat to handle two adults comfortably and three at a pinch. Its rear “Magic Seat” lets you fold it down...
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