The Honda Fit is the perfect vehicle for the driver seeking practicality and fuel efficiency.
The Honda Fit may be a small car, but is provides the cargo capabilities of the larger sedan. Plus you don’t have to sacrifice fuel economy. The urban apartment dweller, city liver, college student, or those just getting started should consider the Fit.
When you talk about the Fit, you have to start with its fuel economy. The Fit gets up 35 MPG on the highway, which will keep you away from the pump. In Fact, MSN Autos says the Honda Fit is one of the most fuel efficient vehicles of 2013.
If Fuel Economy is No. 1, than space is the other highlight of the Fit. For a smaller vehicle, the Fit makes a great use of space. Five can comfortably “fit” inside your Fit, but the Fit has many different rear fold down options. The Fit provides up to 57 cubic feet to haul all your stuff.
Fold down one seat, fold down the entire back seat or put the Fit into “tall mode,” providing more than four feet of space from floor to ceiling.
In tall mode, with the front passenger seat down, anything up to 7.9 feet will be allowed to ride.
We constantly see drivers fitting their bike, golf clubs, outdoor equipment, or all their boxes for a move inside the Honda Fit.
There are also some great options available on your Honda Fit. You can get a Fit with available navigation, Bluetooth, leather steering wheel, and race inspired paddle shifters.
The Fit is also a very safe vehicle, earning an IIHS Top Safety Pick.
Car and Driver named the Fit one of its 10 Best Cars.
Yahoo Autos says the Honda Fit is one of the best inexpensive cars to own.
What Others are Saying about the 2013 Honda Fit
The 2013 Honda Fit is no longer the only choice for a fun-to-drive, well-rounded subcompact, but it remains the hands-down utility champ.
More people are discovering you don’t have to pay a lot to get a lot of car. Such is the case with the 2013 Honda Fit, a subcompact 5-door that is surprisingly roomy, loaded with cool features, and pretty darn cute to boot. Taller than most cars its size, the Fit offers upright seating with ample headroom and legroom both front and rear. And, because it’s a Honda, the Fit naturally gets great gas mileage while concurrently delivering a high level of fun-to-drive.
You’ll like what you get, which is awesome practicality and space-efficiency, plus some driving verve.
The young driver starting out, or anyone looking for an economy car that doesn’t cut corners will enjoy owning a 2013 Honda Fit. With a price tag starting around$15,000, the Fit is really a no brainer.