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2007 Honda Fit BaseReview
Manuel writes:
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Honda Fit: Master Of Inner Space Transformation — Great Car and superb use of the interior space. Great fuel economy. Very reliable. Easy to park while really confortable at the inside. Excellent use and adaptability of the interior configuration. Despite its size has a great trunk volume that is also adaptable. Really fun to drive

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Inner Space

Cons: Power

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2007 Honda Fit SportReview
Christopher writes:
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Great Little Econo Car — Gets great gas mile. I think it looks great. Never any mechanical issues. Maintenance is cheap and simple when needed (it's a Honda). Being a manual, it is pretty fun to drive, even with the wimpy 1.5L. The stereo sounds great too.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: I love everything but the power (or lack thereof).

Cons: Underpowered

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2007 Honda Fit SportReview
Brooks writes:
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Great Great Value — Best small family car you can buy. Great value overall. This car isn't for someone looking to go fast and cut people off on the highway. This model isn't as fuel efficient as the new one but it averages 31 MPG all the time and 35 mpg when taking a trip. I have had the car average over 35 on really long drives without a lot of mountains. The reliability and cheap cost of ownership make this a smart choice for someone looking for a daily driver. We have 70,000+ miles and I have had the fluid changed and have replaced the tires and front brakes. Thats it!!!!!. I have also fit a fold up treadmill in the fit with the hatch partially up. Also the car has great resale value even with miles.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Can't go wrong when buying a FIT.

Cons: Lack of power

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2007 Honda Fit SportReview
Silvano writes:
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Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: great look

Cons: not enough power

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2007 Honda Fit SportReview
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Versatile And Precise. — This car is extremely light. Despite it's small engine, the vtec and manual transmission make it very fun to drive. When I bought the car, I had the dealer install custom leather interior. The leather is gray and looks great with the silver exterior.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Better MPG than a hybrid.

Cons: Road and wind noise.

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2007 Honda Fit SportReview
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Perfect For Today's Economy. — Performace - Excellent for the size of the engine and the car. Build Quality - Only Honda line up that is fully Assembled in Japan. Appearance - Exterior is sporty and the is modern. Cost of Ownership - Save big Money!!! Gas same as listed. Fun Factor - With the lever shifters it's very fun to drive the car.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Fun to Drive and very practical

Cons: Family with kids should buy SUV or VAN

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2007 Honda Fit SportReview
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Great For A Simple, No Frills Economy Car That Is At Least Modestly Fun To Drive And Cheap To Run. — Sluggish acceleration, even with paddle shifters in use. So-so brakes, but great handling, very nimble. Great build quality, solid car, no noises. Good, tidy appearance, cool stereo with auxiliary jack for iPod. Superb gas mileage, no maintenance besides oil changes, tires, etc. Great reliability! Somewhat fun to drive in town, but horrid on the highway, besides mileage of course.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: fuel economy, overall quality, price.

Cons: Performance.

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2007 Honda Fit BaseReview
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Buy It For The Joy Of Driving It, Don't Expect Good Lap Times Though — A very fun car to drive. Although a little underpowered, the handling through the corners makes up for it. Exterior can be modified to look better. Gas mileage is awesome, It takes a long while to empty the tank. :P

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Really fun to drive

Cons: lacks power

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2007 Honda Fit SportReview
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Overall Satisfied — It handles really well. Built well except some rattles within the interior. It is not a smooth ride....really feel bumps in the road, but still fun to drive. Looks nice and quite roomy for its size. Gas mileage is good....averaging 37 MPG

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: good gas mileage

Cons: A bit of a bumpy ride

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2007 Honda Fit SportReview
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I Love My Little Car! — 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, and I like the way it's put together. Also, it's really safe. I've been in the car when it was pretty much totaled, and didn't even have a sore neck. Appearance: Adorable. Cost of Ownership: It's built like a Honda, it doesn't break down. The factory tires suck, and you should replace them after 10k miles, but the oil life is much longer than the norm, and the mileage is excellent. Fun Factor: While there might not be too much in the way of HP, the car makes up for it by being slung low to the ground, and with great visibility, so you feel like you're going much faster than you are. Passengers may also suspect that they are about to die if you take advantage of how well it brakes and turns.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Fun

Cons: Low HP

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Reviews From Other Years

2020 Honda Fit Reviews

Review By Guru9WHV44

Personally I didn’t like it , uncomfortable seats, otherwise ok . Read More

Review By Carl

So much value in such a compact package. Fun to drive. Great tech. Too bad you cant get manual transmission on EX anymore. And last year for Fit. Anyway, love this little car. Read More

2019 Honda Fit Reviews

Review By Mechanism

Absolutely love it. I was thrilled to find a manual transmission. Drives great. Good gas mileage. Very comfortable. I like the backup cam. Read More

2018 Honda Fit Reviews

Review By Guru9CHVJ6

Never saw it, but these emails are annoying AF... Read More

Review By James

Luxurious in a lot of ways, voice command needs work. Read More

2017 Honda Fit Reviews

Review By Nadine

It was what we were looking for but the lumber support was in the wrong place for my husband. I think we would have purchased it except for that. Read More

Review By Guru9TKQT7

Wonderful car, but overloaded with frivolous technology. Low ground clearance. Read More

2016 Honda Fit Reviews

Review By Guru9CLPGM

Nice looking car. This particular one was owned by a smoker. Also passenger so door handle is broken. We passed on it. Read More

Review By Guru9VYD42

It is a great value. Low miles on the car was a great feature. It doesnt have a NAV system but with todays cell phone features it is not really missed. Read More

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