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Favorite Car by An MSN Autos Consumer on 03/22/2012. Trim: 2011 Honda Fit Sport 5-Spd AT, Owned 1 year.
Pros: One of my favorite things about this car is that it's just a lot of fun to drive.
Cons: Not really any I can think of that are of significance.
Overall review: This car is fun to drive. It zips around and is excellent for commuting.
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Decent ride at a fair price by Mulkman on 05/17/2012. Trim: 2011 Honda Fit Sport 5-Spd AT, Owned 1 year.
Pros: I get excellent gas mileage compared to my much used 2002 Dodge Neon (300K) 35 vs 30 mpg. Love the exterior and interior design. Love the cab space because I am a XXXL man. Easy in and out and much headspace. I love the color as well Milano Red.
Cons: Seats and carpet easily to retain sediment; Not a fan of the factory floor mats either! I ordered me some weather tech floor mats easy maintenance and accent interior.
Overall review: My opinion is subjective; I fell in love with car at dealership (color + price + drive). However if I had to do over again I would've went for the Accord or Civic. Fit lacks umpf in the motor department with a1.5L motor especially difficult in hilly or mountainous terrain. Plus for a couple of thousand more a more opulent ride.
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To work, or to Home Depot by An MSN Autos Consumer on 11/08/2013. Trim: 2011 Honda Fit Sport 5-Spd MT, Owned 2 years.
Pros: Sporty Feel, Responsive Acceleration. Ton of Enjoyment, feels like a Go Kart. Enough Storage to make me never consider your typical sedan.. fit 3 people, 5 surfboards and day bags.. or plenty of 2x4's saw and other home materials like doors and what not.
Overall review: great car, easy to park
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My Truckster by Joe on 08/06/2013. Trim: 2011 Honda Fit 5-Spd AT, Owned 2 years.
Pros: The Fit, with it's spacious interior cargo area, replaces my truck for hauling my daily needed tools and small machines to construction jobs. I live in rural northern WI and travel roads at 55 to 65 mph. Fuel economy averages between 39 to 43 mpg.Most days this vehicle serves my needs and saves me a lot of fuel dollars. I checked the hybrids, (gas/electric) but my lack of city driving coupled with the higher cost turned me toward the Fit. It also was rated high in safety features.
Cons: There is not an interior air filter. It takes a long time for a 1500cc (1.5L) engine to heat the large interior area when temps drop to below zero F. Traveling in heavy snow and wind is a challenge.
Overall review: Great, low cost, fuel efficient, truck replacement. Not a snow dog. Doesn't like high wind.
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A-pillar Blind Spot a Real Safety Issue by Nana on 06/24/2013. Trim: 2011 Honda Fit Sport 5-Spd AT, Owned 3 years.
Pros: The A-Pillar blind spot has become a big issue for me in this car; I have almost been "nailed" too many times and while I love this car (especially being able to have the rear seats up), it is a severe safety concern, particularly when I have 2 small grandkids that occasionally ride with me.
Cons: A-pillar blind spot is a real safety concern.
Overall review: 7/10
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