2009 HONDA FIT
I bought my Fit because I wanted a practical, yet fun and zippy
little car to tote myself and the kiddos around. Boy did I chose the right car! I am in love and so glad I got a manual sport!
2007 HONDA FIT
I wanted something small that used interior space smartly and got decent city fuel efficiency. This car fit the bill exactly. Not as luxurious as my last car, a Chrysler 300c, but much better for parking. There have been a few times that I've wished for more power. This car is purpose built as an affordable city car and it does that very well.
2008 HONDA FIT
I owned a 2008 Honda Fit Sport from new to 150,000 miles. It was a very fun-to-drive car with super helpful cargo hauling capabilities. I got 34mpg most tankfuls (mixed suburban/highway driving) and had almost no unscheduled maintenance in all that time. For the price, it's really hard to fault the first-generation Fit Sport ? world class steering and gearbox, nice stereo, super reliable. But if I had to point out shortcomings they would be 1) unsupportive seats for long drives (you turn into a "bobble head" leading to neck fatigue, 2) some not-so-Honda budget interior material choices, and 3) a small battery that needed replacement more often than other cars I've owned. Highly recommended car though ?�lots of personality and fun.
Used Honda Fit Information
This funky hatchback is entering its 8th year of production with a new 2015 edition that boasts streamlined styling while retaining its flexible interior configurations. Used or new, the Fit remains a small car with an incredible amount of storage.
The Honda Fit is a top favorite of economy car shoppers thanks to its unique interior configurations utilizing the nearly 53 cubic feet of space. The main reason is the Fitâs âMagicâ seat design. This allows the owner to fold completely flat or flip its seat bottom up. With the âMagicâ seat, you can configure the car to hold everything from more passengers like 6 foot adults to mountain bikes in a quick manner.
Also appealing to used Honda Fit shoppers is the fuel economy. EPA estimates range from 29/37 city, highway for a manual transmission to 32/38 city/highway for the continuously variable transmission (CVT) models. These figures are slightly less for older models thanks to the 2015âs new direct injection added to the engine.
The Honda Fit is powered by a 1.5-L 4-cylinder engine putting out 130 HP and 114 lbs-ft of torque. This engine is mated to new for 2015 6-speed manual transmission or a CVT transmission.
It comes in several trim levels: LX, EX, EX-L and EX-L with Navi trim levels. Some of these trims levels are only available in 2015 models as part of the new technology offerings. The standard LX and EX trim levels are available for all car model years with slightly different interior styling and materials being the main difference.
For safety, the Honda Fit received a top score of "Good" in many Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tests. However, the small-overlap frontal-offset test, the Fit scored a "marginal." Honda subsequently redesigned the front bumper to improve to "acceptable." After developing the new bumper, Honda says it will retrofit used Fit models with the improved bumper.
Used car shoppers will find the previous generation will have many of the same features as the newly redesigned 2015 models. The new improvements focus on slightly improved fuel economy, more interior space and new technology and safety features. Also, the Fit has new styling on the grille, LED taillights and available 16-inch wheels.
There are 5,142 used Honda Fits in our used car listings, including the Honda Accord, Honda Civic and Honda CR-V. 60% of these vehicles have only one previous owner and 88% have no accident history.