2007 Honda Fit Overview


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4.65 stars

Based on 55 reviews

It Is Everything I Thought It Would Be, And More! by shudderbug
 — I was always interested in the Mini-Cooper, but I could never justify owning one because it would not be practical for me. I have been interested in the Honda Fit ever since I read the first reviews. ... Read More
I Love My Little Car! by Russell
 — Performance: Handles very well, with excellent braking and turn radius. Not much horsepower though, but it's low to the ground and an absolute BLAST to drive. Build Quality: The car is built well,... Read More
Fast, Effiecient, Compact Car! by Adolfo
 — Love Hatchbacks first of all. My friends don't like the style, but they obviously don't have any(laughs). It's a small, compact car that can take me anywhere, without blowing all my money on gas. Grea... Read More

2007 Honda Fit Overview

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Based on 55 reviews

2007 Honda Fit

Honda's latest model, the 2007 Honda Fit, is a front wheel drive, five-door, wallet-friendly little car that apparently has loads of room. In fact, even though it's more than a foot and a half shorter than the Civic sedan, there's just as much passenger space and more cargo space.

The Honda Fit comes with a 5-speed standard or automatic transmission. Each trim coms with front and side airbags and ABS.  But each also comes with a bit of interior noise while driving (according to reviewers) and relatively slow acceleration with the 109 hp engine topping out at 5800 rpms.

With an MSRP of about $13,850 to $15,170, few complain about the price.  The Fit also sports a large fuel tank, at 10.9 gallons capacity, meaning you can drive for about 375 miles or more on one tank.

No sun roof option is available, and the Fit is bit basic on the feature level - including no auto-up on the power windows and no right arm rest. But the price can't be beat.


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