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I think your dealer isn't doing you any favors. The AC should work as advertised and blow cold air as my Fit does. I have none of these problems and I drive in the hot desert. Sure, you cannot get it ice cold like the inside of a Cadillac but that's the compromise of having a small fuel efficient engine. Although mine is an automatic I don't see how that makes a difference in AC performance. Take it up the ladder, it's unacceptable and not normal.Report it
I agree totally....we were duped into the great reviews and I feel taken advantage of now. THE worst car I have ever owned and 4 safety recalls to date. Honda sales are now tanking and their cars are not like older models that would last 200,000 miles. I own a 2002 Accord and it was one of the best Hondas made. There are MUCH better options out there now...Honda watch out!Report it
Hey, there, I agreed most of it with you. I can't understand why the CR, Edmunds and car and driver etc... all review it as a great subcompact and fun to drive. I just can't agree with them now, they mislead us. I can say it's a great little city car. but not really cheap, not really fun, not really fuel consumption. and not even reliable anymore, 3 month past, I got light burnt. A/C sucks, but it's 1.5L engine, with large windshield, so you should expect hot inside, a green house liek the C&D editor comments. I admitted in my review, Fit cannot be compared with the then-CRX and we should agree. but there is little element of Honda spirit here in Fit, except styling. The Fit needs a lot more improvement in order to catch up with it own legacy. I hope the media review do a deeper investigation before recommending it to the consumers.Report it
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