The 2012 Honda Fit might be the smallest of Honda's U.S. economy-car offerings, but it's one of the most versatile. Despite its subcompact size, the 2012 Honda Fit seems to defy the laws of physics inside, providing compact-car space and remarkable versatility.
The impressive interior space inside the Fit is thanks to Honda's clever design efforts. Looking like a scaled-down minivan from some angles, the Fti's gas tank resides under the front seats, ensuring the rear luggage space is an impressive 20.6 cubic feet, even without the rear seat folded.
There's more. Thanks to Honda's clever rear "Magic Seat" design -- which allows the rear seat bases to be folded up against the seat backs to transport bulky items behind the front seats, the Honda Fit can carry far more luggage than other cars in its class.
Opt to fold the rear seats down, and they fold flat with headrests in position to provide a perfectly low, flat load-bay area.
For smaller items, the Fit offers upper and lower glove...
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