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I think you should reconsider your rant on "Sport". Many car manufacturers have been branding each model with a sub-category sometimes referred to as "grade" or "trim". While some manufacturers use letters like LS, LX, ES more and more are starting too use words to better describe the different grades of the model. These grades aren't meant to change the class of car. For instance, a Toyota RAV4 Sport, no one should expect, because it's grade or trim is sport, that it should be like a sports car. It should however look or act more sporty than the standard RAV4. According to performance tests, the Honda Fit Sport does out perform the standard Honda Fit, so your Honda Fit Sport is living up to its name, being more sporty than the standard model.Report it
"Sport" doesn't mean sports car... It means sport package.. DuhReport it
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