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One thing to note about synthetic oils is that the monitor is showing you the amount of protection that the oil has left. If it actually reaches 0, then it's not "time to change it", but it's that the oil is essentially water at that point in terms of protecting the engine. Most manufacturers are changing the monitors to be half as long so that when it says 0, it's actually ... Read More
Any advice on what I need to do to keep up with the maintenence? It runs like a charm. Dont like that it takes 10,000-12,000 before it needs a oil change. I like to do it around 4,000. But the repair guys say its not necessary, I should wait till the monitor gets to 15%-10%. Ive already had the minor service check service done on the car with front brakes a ... Read More
From http://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/Find.do?action=sbs&id=31079&id=30623&id=31191&id=- - - 31691 are the reports of actual drivers for these vehicles with their average mpg. All auto transmissions: 2011 Fit Auto 32mpg 2012 Accent 33mpg 2011 Yaris 31mpg 2012 Kia Rio 33mpg You'll see they're all about the same. I have a 2007 Fit auto sport and average about 32mpg as well. Right now, a lot of manufacturers are really tuning cars to get maximum mpg on the ... Read More
2011 Honda Fit Base AT with 6,700 miles. I keep track on Fuely using manual calculations, drive for mileage, but not a hypermiler -- especially my wife who puts on 60% of miles. 50% urban miles & 50% highway. Fit averages average 36.2 mpg; best 42.5 (so far). I believe it will improve with more miles & summer weather. An comparison that might interest some is that I also have 2010 ... Read More
I bought a 2011 Honda Fit, based on the glowing reviews from CR - the positives are easy access, good visibility. After two days of driving I started developing severe back pain. I had to have several appointments with a chriopractor to resolve this. If you are enamoured by the reviews, reconsider. The fuel mileage, cost, and acceleration are not that great either. If you still want to buy it, drive ... Read More
I'd be happy to help you out, turbo5spd. Honda Finance's October buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2011 Fit Sport without navigation with 15,000 miles per year are .00185 and 58%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top aka "Super Preferred" credit tier. The residual value for a lease with only 12,000 miles per year would be 2% higher. Car_man Host Prices ... Read More
Mike, The difference in MPG for the two different models of the 2011 Fit are pretty small and only involve the Automatic Transmission models. The 5 - speed manual is the same MPG: 27 city, 33 mpg highway. The difference is probably (?) due to the small, but cumulative, difference in real-end gear ratios and transmission gear ratios. In my personal, but very limited experience with my 2011 M/T Honda Fit, ... Read More
What dealership? Thanks,
I bought a 2011 New Honda Fit Base AT in Crystal Black Pearl color with dealer additions (Splash Guards, All Weather Floor Mats, Carbon Tint, Pin stripes, Carbon Fiber B-Pillar Trim) for $17,800 OTD price in Dallas. I tried to negotiate with other dealers in the area for a better price but no body else could even match the price he quoted. I just went in and bought it with no ... Read More
Bought a 2011 Fit Sport 6 months ago. 5-speed MT. Absolutely love the tranny. No problems whatsoever.
Hi j_smith1. Honda finance's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2011 Fit Sport with 12,000 miles per year are .00185 and 62%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top aka "Super Preferred" credit tier. Honda is not providing any incentives on the Fit right now. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
I found a private party selling a 2011 Fit Sport auto with 2,000 miles for $15,700. It is Milano Red. But, I would pay a lot less in taxes. Don't care for the color though. The nav I don't really care for since there is no bluetooth or back up camera.
I think thats definitely worth it if the car runs well and all. I got mine a month ago and its fantastic so far. Just not too good on freeways on long trips. Other than that, great commuter car.
I have been doing some looking and talked a dealer down to $17,000 for a used 2011 Honda Fit Sport Navi with 2,000 miles. It would be $18,400 with taxes (7%) and fees. It is in excellent condition and was traded in to get something else at his dealer. What do you think about this?
Your welcome about the info. Your situation is exactly why I've decided I've made a mistake purchasing my new Honda Fit 2011 model. I've already had a windshield crack so badly it needs replacing. The car is new, I purchased it may 1, 2011. I'm talking to a lawyer tomorrow, to see what my options are. I will let you know what our options are, after that. Wouldn't it be something ... Read More
Contrary to the last several posts, there is a wide selection of alternative tire that you can get other than the OEM size. You have to be willing to get a different size, but as long as it is within 2% of the diameter or revolutions (rpms) of the OEM, no problems. If the tire is 1-2% larger your acceleration & in town mileage may decrease slightly, but your highway mileage ... Read More
I bought the car in March, by April, I had 3 different cracks(dings), I had never owned a car or truck that has done this to me. I have no knowledge what caused these dings, except for one of them, a truck passed me and flung a small rock. The insurance company had someone patch this one ding, but it developed a stress crack in it, and within a months time, ... Read More
iwls01: I finally found a 2011 Base Fit (last one in W WA I believe) that the dealer was were asking $2,400 over MSRP. I swallowed my pride & paid $1,400 over MSRP (something I swore I would never due). In retrospect, truth be known, I lost my head on this deal after hearing that new Fits may not arrive in the U S for another 6 months or more -- ... Read More
I am getting ready to replace my 93 Del Sol with a Honda Fit Base AT (avoiding the Sport due to lower mpg & reportedly harsh ride - will upgrade the base with 15" alloys & better tires + progressive Rear Sway Bar still costing less than Sport). Had my mind all made up to purchase a used 2009. However in doing research, I'm finding that in my area (Seattle / ... Read More
Summary: HONDA IS RECALLING CERTAIN MODEL YEAR 2009-2010 HONDA FIT VEHICLES. THERE IS A POTENTIAL FOR ONE OR MORE OF THE FOUR SPRING ASSEMBLIES ON THE ENGINE'S VARIABLE VALVE TIMING AND LIFT ELECTRONIC CONTROL "VTEC" SYSTEM TO FAIL. Consequence: A FAILURE OF THE SPRING ASSEMBLIES MAY CAUSE THE VEHICLE TO STALL DURING OPERATION INCREASING THE RISK OF A CRASH. Remedy: DEALERS WILL INSPECT AND REPLACE THE SPRING ASSEMBLIES IN THE ENGINE ... Read More
Here is what I paid for a 2011 Fit Sport w AT at Charlies Honda in Augusta ME on 3/12/11. Well, I actually had a trade, but the purchase was based on this OTD quote. RP: $18,460 Sale Price: + $ 17,495 Doc Fee: + $ 299 Sales Tax: + $ 889.70 Title Fee: + $ 34 _______________________________ OTD price: $ 18,717.70 Plus they threw in rubber floor mats. And .9% ... Read More
2012 Honda Fit For 2012, Asian and European versions of the Honda Fit/Jazz are receiving a new CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) and enhancements to exterior and interior. A Hybrid model option, with unique visual treatment and a CVT, will also be available. Honda USA has not yet confirmed which updates will be implemented for N. America. http://world.honda.com/news/2010/4101008All-New-Fit-Hybrid/ http://world.honda.com/news/2011/4110301Geneva-2011/index.html
I just received the recall notice. Talked to the Service Advisor at the dealer and he said its a pretty extensive repair on the engine--taking up to 4 hours min. although Honda tells dealers its a 2 hour "book" repair. Here is Honda's Official Statement: "Statement by American Honda Motor Co., Inc., Regarding Lost Motion Spring Recall: 2009-2010 Fit TORRANCE, Calif. – February 16, 2011 – Honda will recall 97,201 model ... Read More
Just purchased yesterday. 2011 Fit Sport AT @ Stevens Creek Honda off their President's Day Sale Ad (they had a ton of fits, and even more that just rolled in this morning when I picked up my car) Price incl. Destination Fee: $16,288 Gov't Fees: $287 Doc Fee: $55 (CA state maximum) Taxes @9.25%: $1506 Total OTD: $18,136 Wasn't really thinking about picking up a car this early (since I move ... Read More
What struck me with driving the Mazda 2 was that it simply needed another 15-20HP. That's why you get the manual. ;-) Or were you already driving the manual? I didn't find it to be wanting for power, provided you were willing to rev it when you wanted to go fast. These little cars are all that way, designed that way on purpose so that in normal driving you can get ... Read More
the Honda Fit. Got the chance to test drive one today, and if what you value most is a driver's car (as opposed to looks or price) the Fit is head and shoulders above the rest. The first time I drove one was very soon after the present model came out, more than 2 years ago, and I had forgotten just how great this car is. Shifter? FABULOUS. Like a rifle ... Read More
You should also test drive the following vehicles with manual and tell us what you think: - Scion TC - Overlooked but a fine car. Handles very nicely, IMO. Back seat is small, though. These are very slow sellers(Scion never seemed to really have taken off?) so you can get good prices on them. - Mitsubishi Lancer - Also another often overlooked choice. I personally think they are better vehicles that ... Read More
Hi. I'm looking to sell my 2007 Fit Sport to upgrade to the 2010 or 2011 Honda Fit Sport. I'm reading the reviews and seeing a lot of "road noise/tire noise" complaints and the DB/70mph rating is actually a bit higher for the 2009 model compared to the 2007. To the current '09-10 owners, is the road noise/tire noise really that bad/noticeable driving on the highway?
Wefit, Thanks, your response was very helpful. I just drove home in a 2010 Fit Sport with the Nav system that had 13 miles. While I had no interest for the Nav system, I was getting the Fit for my wife, and wanted the traction control. Based on your numbers, I factored in an additional $1,750 for the Nav system, resulting in an OTD price of $19K, which following the wisdom ... Read More
I have an offer from a dealership for a 2010 honda fit sport for $18,600 OTD with .9 percent financing. I live in Georgia. Is this a good deal? Should I wait for the 2011 with the VSA system? Will the 2011 be much higher and without the great interest rate?
I am not surprised that the dealer was poorly informed, to advise you that there were no handling equipment differences between the Base and Sport models - I had to dig very, very deep to find out the Sport actually includes an additional rear sway bar missing on the Base model. Consumer Guide has a good review of both the Base and Sport models. Their take is BOTH models handle significantly ... Read More
Thank you accordguy0325 for the posting, and hope you are enjoying your 2011 CRZ. I should add that I have always driven small cars (beginning with a 1963 bug...), so my issue is not one of any characteristic related to small cars. The problem, as I see it, is that the pedals are much too CLOSE, and too HIGH. A minor issue, but adding to the sense of being contorted, is ... Read More
In the time I spent with my 2010 Fit Sport (as I have since traded it for a 2011 CRZ due to styling preference) My Fit was flawless in every way - it was a fantastic little car that never ceases to amaze me in terms of its quality.
Hi all, my 2007 Honda Fit Sport has 111k miles and still going but I think I need to plan ahead and look into refreshing to the new gen Fit Sport. I checked out the 2010 Honda Fit Sport yesterday and found the new gen more substantial and definitely bigger. The only drawback that I found was the Sport audio is now down to 160w from 200w (anyone get a chance ... Read More
Volkswagen Polo wins European Car of the Year award Volkswagen's new Polo--slated to enter the U.S. market within three years--narrowly beat the Toyota iQ to win the 2010 European Car of the Year award. The Polo scored 347 points against 337 for the iQ city car. The new Opel Astra was No. 3 with 221 points followed by the Skoda Yeti (158 points); the Mercedes-Benz E-Class (155 points); the Peugeot 3008 ... Read More
Well...tell us more as the weeks and months pass. I probably would have gotten a '10 Fit if they had bothered to put stability control on it with the traction control that cleverly uses the ABS to lock up the wheel that is spinning if you are trying to drive out of an icey driveway (this is more sophisticated than the early traction control that merely drops the rpm to attempt ... Read More
VSA is required for all models by model year 2012, or calender year Sep 2011. Considering Honda is playing the same games with the Civic, I have a feeling VSA won't be standard across the board on all Fits until the MMC refresh, which would be model year 2012. I am in the same boat as you. I really want VSA, but on principal I refuse to pay for NAV when ... Read More
Yes, part of what I should be lamenting here is just how cheap American buyers are, and how low their standards are! The American buyer is only cheap when buying a cheap car. Put them in a mid sized or something other than an entry level sub compact and they option them out with wheels, sun roof, cruise control and navigation center. I do agree that factory upgraded wheels suck compared ... Read More
@007 Hyndai Accent Hybrid is expected to get combined 44.5 mpg, compared to 35.5 mpg for the Fit. However, the Fit, at $13,000 + $550 destination 1.07(sales tax) = $14,500, now subtract $500 from haggling and add $150 or so for liscence and registration and you could drive out the door in a super reliable, good looking, utilitarian car, loaded with saftey features and pocessing AC and a decent sound system, ... Read More
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