2007 Honda Fit

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$13,850 - $15,170
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Engine Engine 1.5LI-4
MPG MPG 33 City / 38 Hwy
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2007 Fit Overview

Subcompact cars are not the penalty boxes they once were.A raft of totally models brings comfort and happy motoring at bargain prices.Honda, Toyota, Nissan and Chevrolet have launched new subcompacts for 2007, while Kia and Hyundai barely beat them to the party with new models for 2006.They come with wacky names like Fit, Yaris, Versa, Aveo, Rio and Accent.For the most part, they're all delightful, get excellent gas mileage, offer comfortable, reliable transportation, and are highly space efficient.There's not a bad one in the bunch.

The Honda Fit distinguishes itself with agile handling, zippy performance, and impressive practicality.A four-door hatchback, the Fit is amazingly comfortable, given its dimensions, even in the back seats.It's a particularly pleasant car for running errands.It's easy to get in and out.It's easy to park.It does indeed fit, just about anywhere.

Perfect for the big city, at home in the suburbs, the Honda Fit offers a smooth ride on bumpy streets and easy manueverability.The five-speed manual is smooth and easy to shift, while the five-speed automatic has paddle shifters, useful when you feel like Rubens Barrichello driving flat out through Eau Rouge.The 1.5-liter engine features Honda's VTEC techonology, giving it a free-revving 109 horsepower, while achieving an EPA-estimated 33/38 mpg City/Highway.

The Honda Fit offers five-passenger seating and comes with a sporty, two-tone fabric interior.The rear seatbacks can be flipped down to create a big, flat cargo hold.Most of the other cars in this class don't offer such a big, flat floor, and that's crucially important when trying to transport a big box.Alternatively, the seat bottoms can be flipped up, creating a nice cargo hold behind the front seats, handy for groceries and errand running or for tall items, like framed art.Fold down all the right-hand seats and you can transport a surfboard.Recline the front seats and they form a couch.Plug in your iPod, lay down and relax.

In short, the new Honda Fit is an exceptionally good package that should please anyone shopping for an inexpensive new car.It retails just below $14,500.Even more compelling is the Sport model, which adds 15-inch alloy wheels, a nice stereo, sporty styling cues, and the all-important keyless remote for less than $1,400.Adding to its sensibility, the Fit comes standard with six airbags and anti-lock brakes.And it looks like fun.The Fit presents a smart ambience, especially a Sport model swathed in Vivid Blue Pearl, Milano Red or Blaze Orange Metallic paint to highlight its massive and colorful headlamp assemblies.
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2007 Fit Overview

Subcompact cars are not the penalty boxes they once were.A raft of totally models brings comfort and happy motoring at bargain prices.Honda, Toyota, Nissan and Chevrolet have launched new subcompacts for 2007, while Kia and Hyundai barely beat them to the party with new models for 2006.They come with wacky names like Fit, Yaris, Versa, Aveo, Rio and Accent.For the most part, they're all delightful, get excellent gas mileage, offer comfortable, reliable transportation, and are highly space efficient.There's not a bad one in the bunch.

The Honda Fit distinguishes itself with agile handling, zippy performance, and impressive practicality.A four-door hatchback, the Fit is amazingly comfortable, given its dimensions, even in the back seats.It's a particularly pleasant car for running errands.It's easy to get in and out.It's easy to park.It does indeed fit, just about anywhere.

Perfect for the big city, at home in the suburbs, the Honda Fit offers a smooth ride on bumpy streets and easy manueverability.The five-speed manual is smooth and easy to shift, while the five-speed automatic has paddle shifters, useful when you feel like Rubens Barrichello driving flat out through Eau Rouge.The 1.5-liter engine features Honda's VTEC techonology, giving it a free-revving 109 horsepower, while achieving an EPA-estimated 33/38 mpg City/Highway.

The Honda Fit offers five-passenger seating and comes with a sporty, two-tone fabric interior.The rear seatbacks can be flipped down to create a big, flat cargo hold.Most of the other cars in this class don't offer such a big, flat floor, and that's crucially important when trying to transport a big box.Alternatively, the seat bottoms can be flipped up, creating a nice cargo hold behind the front seats, handy for groceries and errand running or for tall items, like framed art.Fold down all the right-hand seats and you can transport a surfboard.Recline the front seats and they form a couch.Plug in your iPod, lay down and relax.

In short, the new Honda Fit is an exceptionally good package that should please anyone shopping for an inexpensive new car.It retails just below $14,500.Even more compelling is the Sport model, which adds 15-inch alloy wheels, a nice stereo, sporty styling cues, and the all-important keyless remote for less than $1,400.Adding to its sensibility, the Fit comes standard with six airbags and anti-lock brakes.And it looks like fun.The Fit presents a smart ambience, especially a Sport model swathed in Vivid Blue Pearl, Milano Red or Blaze Orange Metallic paint to highlight its massive and colorful headlamp assemblies.Hide Full Review