2015 Honda Fit
20,266 Miles
$15,995

Kahului, HI
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2016 Honda Fit
1,059 Miles
$22,995

Kahului, HI
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2016 Honda Fit
6,331 Miles
$16,995

Kahului, HI
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2007 Honda Fit
61,531 Miles
$7,495

Rochester, NY
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2017 Honda Fit
2,328 Miles
$17,326

San Antonio, TX
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2015 Honda Fit
38,871 Miles
$12,595

Ringoes, NJ
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2015 Honda Fit
41,320 Miles
$13,994

Florence, SC
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2016 Honda Fit
6 Miles
$15,249

Orland Park, IL
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2013 Honda Fit
19,396 Miles
$13,999

Huntsville, AL
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2010 Honda Fit
43,076 Miles
$11,991

Albuquerque, NM
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2016 Honda Fit
21,720 Miles
$17,995

Downey, CA
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2016 Honda Fit
7 Miles
$15,500

Grand Junction, CO
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2008 Honda Fit
123,386 Miles
$6,200

Yorkville, NY
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2012 Honda Fit
47,890 Miles
$9,950

Yorkville, NY
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2015 Honda Fit
34,597 Miles
$13,500

Pasco, WA
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2015 Honda Fit
34,946 Miles
$14,288

Northridge, CA
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2015 Honda Fit
19,717 Miles
$13,919

Buffalo, NY
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2013 Honda Fit
50,351 Miles
$9,800

Yorkville, NY
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2013 Honda Fit
42,249 Miles
$8,750

Yorkville, NY
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2013 Honda Fit
16,669 Miles
$14,991

Albuquerque, NM
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Honda Fit Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.5
Performance
3.3
Style
3.9
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.6
Maintenance
4.6

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Honda Fit Owner Ratings & Reviews

2013 Honda Fit - Great all-around car for what I need.

Vacaville, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
4.0
The Honda Fit is small, but has enough room to comfortably fit enough people, making it great for parking and getting around town. The gas mileage is great, getting 35+ on average. I've had no mechanical issues, unlike other cars I've had. The only issue I've run into is an inability to change the tires myself, given the shield around the bolts. I have run into issues getting it up to speed getting onto the freeway, and sometimes it will have trouble accelerating on inclines. One major concern I have (and with a lot of other modern vehicles) is how difficult they are to perform regular maintenance on without going to a dealership. Changing the oil and checking fluids is impossible because of the cover that is attached to the engine. That being said, it is a very smart car. Tire pressur... (more)
Story
Three female exchange students from France, my brother, and myself, all piled into this car and drove to Yosemite. It was a bit claustrophobic, but none of us were complaining (because French girls). It turned out to be one of the best trips I've ever taken, and we did it again a few months later.
Pros
It's small, reliable, great on gas mileage, and easy to drive. The features are all intuitive, making learning some of the display controls very easy.
Cons
Some of the information I would like to know is not displayed on the dashboard, like temperature and distance till empty. Maintenance and repairs are all done at a dealership, which is a challenge for someone who enjoys engine mechanics (and doesn't have a degree in computer science). Being a small car, it can run into some issues with torque, which are not specific to its make or model.

2008 Honda Fit - Fun "clown car" will handle anything you throw at it

Washington, District of Columbia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
This is a great little car for the city -- zippy, fun to drive and park, cheap to own and maintain, fits tons of friends/stuff, and holds its value well. I would buy it again in a heartbeat, and when I eventually replace it I will likely get a new model of the same car (if I can't afford a Tesla at that point!). Although I think of it as a city car, it's perfectly comfortable and spacious for long road trips and has transported a few kayaks on top with a portable rack.
Story
I drove to World Market to pick up a dining table that seats six. The sales associate was skeptical, but we folded the back seats into the floor, pushed the front passenger seat all the way up, and took the table out of the box--it fit!
Pros
The car holds a TON because of the hatchback and the fact that the back seats fold up or fold all the way down into the floor (half at a time or both at the same time). It's a workhorse, and I've fit everything from huge plants and bags of mulch to dining tables in there. It's really easy to find street parking because of the compact size. Gas mileage is good, and it doesn't require premium gas. Reliability has been fantastic--I haven't spent anything on repairs since I bought it, although it has been maintained on schedule.
Cons
The wheelbase is smaller than that of a normal car, which negatively affects safety, and its safety rating has been downgraded since I bought it (the issue was fixed starting in 2015, I believe). Also, 2008 was the last year model before the 2009 remodel with more visually streamlined back headrests, etc. Also--weird small note--there's no vanity mirror for passengers (and this wasn't available as an upgrade). It makes me feel like my car is cheap when guests notice the lack of mirror. Lastly, the gas mileage is good but not great.

2012 Honda Fit - Best car ever!

Scarborough, Maine
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.0
Couldn't imagine owning another make of vehicle. Honda really does make the very best car for the money. I'm please with the gas mileage, handling, comfort, and space in my Fit. It's likely the best car I've ever owned. I live in Maine and it drives beautifully in the snow. It has this device built in that can turn on and off that helps control the car in snow. I've been in some dicey situations in bad weather and this car has saved my buns on many occasions. Most impressive was an uphill climb on slick snow. No problem for the Fit. I'm also very happy with the fold down seats and storage area. I am a birder and often transport my tripod and scope along with other bags. I also like camping. The space is stellar. I can pack a tent and all my camping necessities and still see out the bac... (more)
Story
Any time my son and I are in the car traveling to somewhere have fun is the best time in my car. Whether we are headed to the movies, out to dinner, or just for a hike, getting there is half the fun!
Pros
Definitely the drivability in the snow is my favorite feature. I'm also a big fan of the gas mileage. Cost was a huge factor and I got great financing. I'll be paying it off completely in a few months. I wouldn't hesitate to buy another Fit for these reasons.
Cons
I don't really have many cons. My biggest gripe is that Honda uses cheap tires and battery that needed to be replace before the car hit 20,000 miles. Very disappointing. I wish that Honda provided more coupons and incentives for service at the dealership. I also wish that smaller cars like the Fit came as an electric or hybrid and really ramped up the cost savings.