2015 Honda Fit
9,226 Miles
$17,995

Kahului, HI
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2009 Honda Fit
75,612 Miles
$8,995

Kahului, HI
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2015 Honda Fit
17,737 Miles
$16,995

Kahului, HI
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2013 Honda Fit
42,295 Miles
$15,995

Kahului, HI
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2016 Honda Fit
2,423 Miles
$19,995

Kahului, HI
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2016 Honda Fit
4,262 Miles
$19,995

Kahului, HI
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2015 Honda Fit
26,870 Miles
$16,995

Kahului, HI
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2016 Honda Fit
2,609 Miles
$19,995

Kahului, HI
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2016 Honda Fit
8,760 Miles
$19,995

Kahului, HI
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2013 Honda Fit
48,769 Miles
$12,995

Kahului, HI
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2016 Honda Fit
1,000 Miles
$19,995

Kahului, HI
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2012 Honda Fit
73,727 Miles
$9,880

Reno, NV
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2013 Honda Fit
34,935 Miles
$11,995

Kahului, HI
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2012 Honda Fit
51,793 Miles
$11,995

Kahului, HI
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2016 Honda Fit
500 Miles
$18,995

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

Kahului, HI
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2015 Honda Fit
6,522 Miles
$18,995

Kahului, HI
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2016 Honda Fit
2,599 Miles
$16,995

Kahului, HI
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2016 Honda Fit
2,024 Miles
$16,995

Kahului, HI
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Honda Fit Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.5
Performance
3.4
Style
3.9
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.6
Maintenance
4.6

Honda Fit Pricing Analysis

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January 2017 Nationwide Honda Fit Prices

Honda Fit Owner Ratings & Reviews

2015 Honda Fit - Useful little car

Franklin Park, Pennsylvania
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
This is probably the most useful and cost-effective vehicle I have ever owned. Carries more than a full-sized car with better gas mileage. Small but seats five if needed. Initial cost was not bad and I have had it for less than year(ten months) and already put almost 16,000 miles on it without issues.
Story
Parking is a breeze in this tiny car when I go into my local large city. I used to drive my jeep into the city just so I could find parking but the low gas mileage was killing me. The Fit works much better for city driving.
Pros
The gas mileage is undoubtedly the best thing about this vehicle. I consistently get over thirty MPG and on long distances average about 40 or more. It is ridiculously easy to park(the backup camera helps with that also). I especially like the seat configuration in the back. It will seat three people back there but the seats also move up and down or together so that I am able to fit more in the back seat than I could in my full-sized Accord. I got the rubber floor mats and my dogs are able to ride in the back with the seat up and not damage the seats.
Cons
The overly large windshield can be distracting until you get used to it. It slants very far forward and has smaller side windows on either side of the dashboard that make it possible to see things I was not used to seeing out of the corner of my eye when driving. The intermittent wipers are not very, or too very, intermittent and can not be adjusted. I have found that the defrost does not work well on the windshield, causing it to fog up during rainy whether even if I keep the air conditioning on(something that has usually worked for me on other cars I have owned). Cracking the window to c... (more)

2009 Honda Fit - Not for everyone, but a good car

Hiram, Georgia
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
2.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
I have a 2009 Honda Fit Sport, with the manual transmission. I bought the car not knowing how to drive stick, and while I think it is a good car, I also don't recommend it to learn stick with. While it is peppy and gets great gas mileage, I find that the pedals are in awkward positions for me and don't have a ton of feel. It is fun to drive though, the shifter feels nice, and the magic seat in the back is awesome. I could probably sleep back there if I wanted. Styling isn't for everyone, but it has grown on me.
Story
It's a great vacation car for 2, it can hold so much luggage in the back with the seat down.
Pros
Acceleration is good, gas mileage is great. They way the back seat folds in many different positions is a life saver sometimes when you need to transport large items. The steering is quick to respond, handling seems pretty good, although I haven't really tested it's limits as I think that is unsafe to do so. Headlights are bright, gauges nice and clear.
Cons
The pedals are non adjustable. Honestly, I have a really hard time getting the seat just right. I'm a 5'10" male, but I have short legs for my height. So to get the seat where I can push the clutch down all the way, I feel like I'm a little close to the wheel and I have to have my right foot cocked up like I'm a drummer about to hit the bass drum. It's a bad and uncomfortable angle to maintain for extended periods of time. And that's how I have to have my foot to just maintain speed around town. Also, while I said the steering was good and direct (which it is), it's also a touch heav... (more)

2013 Honda Fit -

Macomb, Illinois
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
I purchased my 2013 Honda Fit in February of 2014. Overall, I absolutely love it. The gas mileage is decent in town, but on long drives it averages close to 40 MPG which I find to be pretty good for a non-hybrid/EV car. As is Honda's reputation, the car is well-made and feels reliable. The car's first big trip was from Pennsylvania to Illinois, over 800 miles. I encountered some rough roads in Indianapolis since it was within days of a significant winter storm, but the Fit handled slush and ice well. I'm still adjusting to the small size of the car when it comes to highway driving; it's quite small so it feels a bit intimidating when surrounded by tractor trailers. I also get a bit anxious because I've heard the safety reviews of the Fit are not the greatest.
Story
The best road trip I've taken so far with Fiona the Fit was from Illinois to Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She got great gas mileage the whole way down and was my backup shelter in case of emergency when I stopped to camp for the night in Jackson, Mississippi.
Pros
Aside from gas mileage of nearly 40 MPG highway, the best part of this car is Honda's optimization of space. It's a small car, but you can pack an immense amount of stuff in it, especially when you put the back seats down. We travelled between PA and IL with a dog and her full size crate, a cat, and two people's worth of belongings and had room to spare. It's also great to have an extra USB input above the glove box to either charge another device or to play music.
Cons
The main inconvenience with this vehicle is that the basic model is really, really basic. It didn't even include floor mats- we purchased Honda factory-approved mats from Amazon later. Other "upgrades" that you can purchase include an arm rest for between the driver and passenger seat. We paid extra for a Bluetooth system, which was installed after market and is not optimally integrated with the setup of the car. Also, the owner's manual says the car is equipped to handle gas with 10% ethanol, but for highway driving, the performance and MPG reduction is noticeable when using gas with high... (more)