Honda Fit

2013-01-12 14:01:00

2011 Honda Fit is the least expensive and the smallest model in the U.S. market, but it is also one of the most impressive cars.

The small compact car has a matchless flexibility and space within a compact car with minimum dimensions. Fit has interesting design and is rather economic. It is rather high and reminds the reduced minivan. This form gives it a large internal space, that is enough, comfortably to place on a back seat two or, as a last resort, three adults. The interior includes an upper and lower "glove compartment" and various storage compartments, cup holders etc., that makes Fit very practical car.
The two-level dashboard and the windshield, located under a strong tilt angle, give a feeling of interior space, which is very different from the close and complex models, for example, Ford Fiesta.

The 117 h p 1,5-liter 4-cylinder engine works together with a 5-step mechanical or automatic transmission, if you order the Fit Sport version. Automatic transmission gives a better fuel economy rating of 8.4 l/100 km in the city and 6.8 l/100 km on the highway. Besides this engine especially well responds on average turns, making it the best option for automatic transmissions, than some other options of engines.
Though Fit, probably, not so fast model, but its maneuverability impresses. Fit has very sensitive transmission of the sports car. It is a rather quick car, but at the same time and rather refined compared to other cars of its size. Fit feels itself surprisingly comfortably at a speed of 130 km/h.
The standard complete set has the conditioner, cruise control, keyless entry, electric window regulators and the audio system with CD and the MP3 sockets, navigation system.
2011 Honda Fit has a particularly strong body structure along with a long list of safety features, including front and side airbags, full-length side-bags and anti-blocking system of brakes, and a system stability control ESC, which is now part of the standard range for 2011.



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