Category: Fit Articles

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Source : Car and Driver 2016 Editor’s Choice – February 22, 2016 The Fit proves that a small car needn’t be punishment for spending less, successfully mixing economy, versatility—and e...Read More

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It’s sometimes assumed that small cars are less safe than larger vehicles, but the 2015 Honda Fit proves that a small footprint and good safety ratings aren’t mutually exclusive. The r...Read More

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While we’re all griping about yet another handout to the least-deserving, worst-performing businesses in this country, there’s something especially galling about this one to many of us...Read More

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Honda is holding the 2009 Fit’s technical briefing in Graham’s loft in the hopes it will bring me a greater sense of his lifestyle and needs. Perhaps so, but it has also succeeded in d...Read More

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It is possible — no, I should say “easy” — to carry an adult bicycle in the 2009 Honda Fit. Between the front and back seats. No big deal, you say? Think about it. I said b...Read More

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He’s a superstar athlete who scored a silver medal in the men’s triathlon at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. But Simon Whitfield is best remembered for his gold medal win at the 200...Read More

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Although it debuted in Canada in 2007, the Fit wasn’t exactly a brand-new model. It had actually been in Japan since 2001, and was sold throughout the world, where it was and is known as the Jaz...Read More

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ARLINGTON, Va. — The redesigned 2015 Honda Fit earns an acceptable rating in the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s challenging small overlap front test, a significant improvement over t...Read More

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Article Information Source: AutoGuide.com Author: AutoGuide.com Date Posted: October 22, 2014...Read More

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Top Safety Pick recognizes vehicles that do the best job of protecting people in moderate overlap frontal, side, rollover and rear crashes. Honda Accord, Fit, Civic, CR-V, Crosstour, Odyssey, Ridg...Read More