Excellent Lazy Man Steering Position - 2009 Honda Fit Sport Long-Term Road Test
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2009 Honda Fit Sport: Excellent Lazy Man Steering Position

July 01, 2009

Lazy Man Steering in Honda Fit

I almost always drive at 3 and 9, but there comes a time when stuck in traffic or mindlessly trudging down an endless strip of desert highway where I like to resort to the lazy man steering position. Elbow on the door sill, fingers at 9.

Honda Fit door shelf

Cars with a thin sill (or high beltline) make this almost impossible with the window up, but others make it really easy. You could serve drinks on most Volvos door sills, they're so flat and wide. The last two generations of VW Jetta and Golfs come to mind as well. Add the 2009 Honda Fit to that list. It too is flat and wide, plus the car's telescoping steering wheel allows me to keep a reasonably firm grip on the wheel with thumb and fingers. Makes being lazy easy.

James Riswick, Automotive Editor @ 8,466 miles

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