Don't be fooled by the minivan-style looks of the 2013 Honda Fit. The smallest model from Honda offers a mix of incredible space efficiency, fun handling and a peppy engine that's uncommon in the subcomopact class. If you mourned the passing of the company's previously fun, lightweight Civic models, the Fit may be just the car you're looking for.
You might need a little coercing to take a closer look, though. While fairly crisp and modern, the styling isn't as youthful as you'd hope, with a van-like profile, flat sides and few intriguing details. Under the hood you only get a 117-horsepower, 1.5-liter gasoline four, though it has a way of feeling surprisingly frisky when you're driving around town.
One of the keys to that appeal isn't the power output, but that the attention Honda has given to the steering, handling, and maneuverability, which all help make the most of the power. On tight streets and in places where precision matters, the Fit feels crisp and easy to toss around...
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