2013 Honda Fit

Up to 27 MPG city / 33 MPG hwy
$15,425 - $19,790

2013 Honda Fit

2013 Honda Fit

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The Fit has been a long time favorite in the compact hatchback segment with its fun driving dynamics and flexible seating configurations for friends or furniture. The big news for Fit in 2013 is a shocking addition the line-up; the 100% Electric Fit EV. Stuffed into the tiny five-door body is a 20-kilowatt-hour (kWh) lithium-ion battery feeding power to the 92-kilowatt (123 Horsepower) AC synchronous electric motor that delivers all 189 ft-lb of torque instantly. Once the estimated 82 mile range has been depleted, the Fit EV can recharge in less than 3 hours when connected to a 240-volt circuit. The Fit EV will also deplete $389 a month from the bank accounts of the California and Oregon residents who qualify for the three-year lease it's being offered through for now. For residents in the other 48 states that want their Fit fix, the traditional 1.5-liter 4-cylinder remains unchanged from the 2012 model year. The traditional powertrain still gets a combined 29-mpg with the 5-speed manual and combined 31-mpg with the available 5-speed automatic. Still standard on all models is a cavernous 57.3 cubic-feet of cargo space with the seats folded flat, and over 4 feet from floor to ceiling behind the front row with the second row folded back. See more... See Less

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Overall
Pros Cons
Excellent cargo space + configuration for a small car Interior fabric & color: wish it wasn't black
Smooth gear shift / fuel economy Painfully uncomfortable front seats for distance travel
Comfort of driver's seat. this seat is best i could find! Sun visor. when flipped to the side it does almost no good.
Fuel economy exceeds expectations. im getting 43.9 mpg! The dome light is wimpy. try reading a map with it.
Rear seat configuration offers super-useful storage options. Steering wheel looks good, but not relaxing to drive. need shape!
Excellent storage space for a very small car Very rough & choppy ride; steering wheel overly responsive.
Interior space is comfortable especially back seating Blind spot- difficult to see approching cars on right in heavy traffic
Back seat room is great for a car this size Wind screen noise is terribly loud & distracting
Improvement of wheels from 2011 to 2012 honda fit Pick - up when entering interstate is slow, takes time
It drives beautifully, what a car should be: responsive, easy to handle There is no center console box between the front seats