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2009 Honda Fit Sport
152,125 Miles | Bend, OR
$7,996
est. $144/mo

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2009 Honda Fit Sport
131,593 Miles | Eatontown, NJ
$7,500
est. $135/mo

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2009 Honda Fit Sport
168,079 Miles | Salem, OR
$8,899
est. $160/mo

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2009 Honda Fit Sport
145,696 Miles | Orem, UT
$8,950
est. $161/mo

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2009 Honda Fit Sport w/Navi
213,569 Miles | Westlake Village, CA
$4,991
est. $90/mo

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2009 Honda Fit Sport
183,459 Miles | Austin, TX
$7,488
est. $135/mo

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2009 Honda Fit Sport
126,886 Miles | Austin, TX
$8,988
est. $162/mo

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2009 Honda Fit Base
53,900 Miles | Austin, TX
$12,328
est. $222/mo

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2009 Honda Fit Sport
136,785 Miles | Orlando, FL
$10,889
est. $196/mo

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2009 Honda Fit Sport
131,344 Miles | Dublin, OH
$8,734
est. $157/mo

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2009 Honda Fit Base
87,676 Miles | Kennewick, WA
$11,998
est. $216/mo

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2009 Honda Fit Sport
163,641 Miles | Lakewood, CO
$6,395
est. $115/mo

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2009 Honda Fit Sport w/Navi
116,096 Miles | Lawndale, CA
$10,500
est. $189/mo

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2009 Honda Fit Sport
59,824 Miles | Metairie, LA
$10,995
est. $198/mo

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2009 Honda Fit Sport
125,215 Miles | Nashville, TN
$7,999
est. $144/mo

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2009 Honda Fit Sport
42,032 Miles | Brooklyn, NY
$8,960
est. $161/mo

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2009 Honda Fit Sport
129,776 Miles | Vallejo, CA
$9,889
est. $178/mo

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2009 Honda Fit Sport
116,934 Miles | Kennewick, WA
$8,998
est. $162/mo

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2009 Honda Fit Base
87,531 Miles | Port Orchard, WA
$10,481
est. $188/mo

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2009 Honda Fit Base
120,385 Miles | Milwaukee, WI
$7,500
est. $135/mo

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2009 Honda Fit Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2009 Honda Fit - Great commuter car

M.C.
Fullerton, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
2.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
I adore my little Honda fit. It drives smoothly. It also has excellent mpg. On the freeways, I get about 38 mpg. It has a small gas tank. The gas tank holds about 9 gallons. I fill the gas about every 300 miles. I also find the fit to be "cute." I have taken the fit on road trips and had no problems while driving.
Story
I took my car on a trip throughout Utah visiting the different national parks.
Pros
The car drives smoothly. It has good mpg. According to reviews, it is a very safe car for its size. It has a surprisingly decent size trunk and I am able to fit a lot. In fact, my car holds more things than my husband's Camry.
Cons
The car is a little loud. You can hear the engine and road noise. Also, because it is a small car, it is probably not the best car to take to camping. I wasn't able to fit a tent in my car, along with all the other camping gear.

2009 Honda Fit - Overall, a great car

Mathew
Eggertsville, New York
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
I've owned only two cars in my life, and this was the second. I got it due to the fact that one of friends was leaving town for good and had to get rid of it, so obviously it was in good condition. What will immediately strike you about this particular vehicle, is that it's basically so simple that an idiot could drive it. There is nothing even vaguely complicated. It's also a Honda, so the repairs are relatively cheap. Overall, it's just a reliable wagon. If it has a problem, it will give you a check engine light, then you can take it to a dealer. Most of the parts are also easily sourced off the internet if you want to try and repair it yourself. It's basically just a reliable work-horse type vehicle that can fit a lot of cargo without being a truck. I'd buy another one.
Story
I remember going airsofting in this car and being able to drive it right out onto the field multiple times, which was pretty cool, considering it's kind of a grandma car.
Pros
The main good things about buying a car Like the Honda Fit Sport are that it's just a dream to drive. It doesn't have any of the silly problems of a lot of the more fancy cars that my friends have owned and just 'works.' It's just a good, solid, stable wagon. I like specifically that it's relatively easy to repair and maintain. I also really like the massive amount of internal space that it has without being a pickup. You can fit a lot of RC planes in the back of this thing. The drive quality is very nice, and the seats are comfortable. It's also pretty good on gas getting something ... (more)
Cons
It can look a bit like an 'old lady car,' if you look at it wrong, I guess. The angle of the front seats also isn't that great. You kind of get a pain in you foot if you don't use the cruise control. Those are really my only issues with the vehicle.