The Honda Fit has a base value below $17,000 and carries Honda’s mighty honor for responsibility. Need a high mpg commuter? The Fit is EPA rated at up to 41 mpg on the highway. Need lots of space? For an automobile of its magnitude, the Fit offers a wonderful amount of indoor venue, matching to the EPA, it provides the traveler measure and merchandise space of a mid magnitude automobile. In its preceding two aeons, the Fit also gave credible replies for the categories of requests we ask of vehicles. It wasn’t fast by sports car standards, but it overstated an anxious motor and distinct consequences from a well sorted bodies.
The intellectual of the Fit starts with Honda’s progressive bodies design that points the substance tank under the front rooms, rather than the more received venue farther back. This productions an extremely debased and even floor under the back rooms and in the merchandise venue, allowing for indoor space competing that of some enormous crossovers, despite the Fit’s small mark. The back seat will Fit even the gangling travelers with ease, and the whole compartment feels light and ventilated acknowledgments to enormous windows all around. This is also a boon for perceptibility. But the actual supernatural happens when you commence eating with the highly configurable, split folding back rooms, which Honda aptly dubs “supernatural rooms.” You can either disrespectful up the bottom dampers to create a gangling, constricting space or fold the seat even to the floor. Doing the latter opens up 53 blockish feet of merchandise space that’s almost completely unobstructed by wheel writers or other entrances. Bicycles, shelves, containers almost everything fits in the Fit. The back rooms are light enough to make all this turning and folding mostly facile, but they also are sufficiently soft to make the back line a relatively cozy place to sit.
It’s all rather extraordinary and is still fantastic nearly a decade after we first reached in interaction with this space-businesslike indoor design. Less supernatural is Honda’s demand on touch-sensitive commands for its audio and riding. We understand the feeling to be school-savvy, but the Fit’s equipment, overlapped with many other Hondas, is more discouraging than forward evaluating. In the top cut stages, a 7.0-inch touchscreen dominates the Fit’s dashboard, lied by an even, plain sheet with capacitive-touch fasteners. have these ill-natured commands with a disorienting bill design and sedate consequences, and work as easy as modifying the broadcasting or modifying the measure become heavy and confusing. The 7.0-inch surface comes standard on three of the Fit’s four cut stages, including the EX, the EX-L, and the EX-L with riding that we experimented.