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Thanks for the above comments, I apologize for posting the speed of 92MPH, I'm not a fast driver, I just test its maximum ability, only momentarily driving, also this is not the type of car you drive in that speed range. The truth is that Fit is very slow in highway pass, that's most viewers likely agree with. I was only caught by Cops once in my life ( 15 year driving in USA). so don't misunderstand my point. Also, Fit is not for power or fast car, just practical mini-wagon, again, my point is that there is no spirit of CRX in it, ( even deducting/taking in consideration of the modern safety features). My maintenance update: mine will reach 10Km soon, no major issue except the tail light was reported above. MPG is not good when compare to other similar hatch/wagon, only marginal better than my older larger 04' Matrix.Report it
I truly don't understand. You did a thorough study and bought a car that accelerates 0-60 in almost 11 seconds, published. I love my Fit but agree that Honda tries to entice the younger crowd with completely useless paddle shifters on these type vehicles, which are intended for a much more sedate crowd.Report it
I agree with everything you say...most over rated Honda ever!!! I think they "get it" now because Honda sales are tanking in US. My 2002 Accord is best car I ever owned but newer models are lower quality, fit and finish terrible, crap.Report it
It "only" goes 92 mph? There is no place in the US where that's a legal speed limit - in fact, it will qualify you for a reckless driving, rather than speeding, ticket in many states.Report it
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