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2007 Honda Fit SportReview
Alex writes:
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Honda Fit — I really like how roomy it is. I like its practicality. It is fun to drive - good performance, especially using the sport shift. Nice handling, nice braking. Consider buying the 5 speed manual for more fun. Costs of ownership are low. Fun to drive. Buy one!

Pros: practical, fun to drive

Cons: seat quality/comfort

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2007 Honda FitReview
Jacob writes:
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Fits Like A Fit! — Love my Fit! Handle good, awesome on gas, looks good and my wife loves it!! That's why I drive the Civic. I want to buy the 2009 Fit, Sport one, orange! Looks sharp, more horse and roomier too. My wife can't wait to get one LOL

Pros: everything!!!

Cons: Nothing!!! (maybe just the thing she doesn't like wind)

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2007 Honda Fit BaseReview
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Honda Fit — Gas mileage is good, although performance needs quite a bit of work, and build quality could be better there are random squeaks and sounds heard while driving, and while gas mileage is good it'd be nice if the gas tank was a little bigger.

Pros: Gas mileage, handling

Cons: performance, stock tires and wheels

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2007 Honda FitReview
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Love My Fit — For a dinky little tin can, I have gotten to like this car. It is pretty spunky, comfortable and I really can fit everything I need with the various configurations. I am happy with it overall, though I wish I had waited for them to work out the kinks as I got the first model year and this newer model is cuter

Pros: roomy, good pick up, good dash design

Cons: many blind spots, crumple zones are really crumply

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2007 Honda Fit BaseReview
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Little Donkey — Dorky but sweet. Like Jeremy Clarkson said of the Fiat Panda, it's like a little donkey. An ideal daily driver for short to medium commutes and not terrible on long drives. Even though it only makes 109 hp, the short gearing puts them all to work. Great shifter. Brakes can be grabby and the electronic throttle takes some getting used to. But man, that interior is shockingly well designed in terms of space usage. Practical, well built, fun to drive (think CRX) and unpretentious.

Pros: Interior, efficiency, fun to drive

Cons: Needs a bit more juice, seats could use a little more length, base NEEDS iPod connectivity

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2007 Honda Fit SportReview
Jonathan4410 writes:
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Fit Is Go! — I will admit its underpowered. But I knew that when I was researching and when I bought it. I was looking for something that does well on MPG. And it certainly has done that and beyond. When I was commuting to DC I avg about 38-40mpg, granted that was all high way. But I was liking it, and now that I work around Baltimore city, I avg about 30-32. Which is still decent, the underpower makes the engine work harder in the stop and go traffic. But from what I hear the new 2009 Fits have more HP and do better in the stop and go traffic. Other then the power, I love how the lil thing handles. It is extremely stable, built sturdy, and the interior is genious! With the "Magic" seats, which make hauling just about anything easy as pie.

Pros: Handling, MPG, Interior, Sporty Looking

Cons: Needs more power!

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2007 Honda FitReview
Murphious writes:
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Best Econo Car — Excellent gas millage! I get 36 CITY! I do have the 5 speed manual and MPG goes down when it gets winter here in Illinois; closer to 32-33 city. Even though it cost less than $17K, this car's fit (no pun) and finish are on par with some $20K vehicles. The interior textures are a nice mix of microfiber and plastic. That is where some money savings are evident. Not much metal inside the Fit. The exterior styling may take some getting used to, but check out some street-racer mods out there and you can see it's sportiness shine! Very good to excellent little city commuter with enough quick handling to be somewhat go-cart-like. Topping off the tank from halfway for $17 ain't too bad either. (5 gal @ $3.40gal)

Pros: Price, MPG, Reliability

Cons: 2 years owned and I can't think of one!  Oh, maybe that it wasn't made in a HondaUSA plant?

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2007 Honda Fit SportReview
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My Fit Rocks! — I love its go-kart like handling! It's fun and maneuverable. It sips gas (when I stay out of the v-tec) and is comfortable & has an amazing amount of room! Mine has the HFP (Honda Factory Performance Alloy Rims) and it can go through corners better than ANY other car in its class.

Pros: Superb steering, nice stereo, paddle shifters on automatic

Cons: I hate the carpet in it!

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2007 Honda Fit SportReview
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Great For A First-time Car Buyer! — I love this car, and it's small size is great for someone that doesn't have to worry about a lot of cargo room, but is still great for someone that needs a lot of space. The fold-down seats are definitely a plus if you're moving a round a lot or transporting large boxes. Gas mileage on it is terrific - between 28 and 35 mpg - it's ideal for someone that still has some highway driving to do, but wants good gas mileage in the city. On the inexpensive side as well. Sport model with all upgrades was just over $17k, and it has the best safety rating of its class.

Pros: good handling; good gas mileage; small on the outside, big on the inside

Cons: n/a

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2007 Honda Fit SportReview
Marcus writes:
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07 Honda Fit — Slow at first! But after my Turbo upgrade, It hauls ass :) Haven't had to take it in for a service yet. Still running strong. It looks great! Small yet so big inside. Fun Factor? Take a ride with me and you'll find out. It's great handling stock and even better stiffened up!

Pros: Handling

Cons: A/C

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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 James

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

Review By Jszwed21

I absolutely love it and would recommend it to anyone! 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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