Business Class - 2007 Honda Fit Sport Long-Term Road Test

2007 Honda Fit Long-Term Road Test

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2007 Honda Fit Sport: Business Class

July 16, 2007

In a variety of earlier posts, we've written highly about the Honda Fit's versatile seat configurations. One can fold the 60/40-split rear seat completely flat, for instance, or raise the rear seat cushions to create a taller area for carrying bulky items.

Well, here's another neat trick: If you move the front seats all the way forward and then fully recline their seatbacks, the seatbacks touch flush with the rear seat cushions to create a rear-seat recliner. Unless your inseam goes past 50 inches, you'll have plenty of legroom...

The rear seatbacks recline for additional comfort, and there's a cupholder in the door for your cool, delicious beverage.

Were I a highly paid executive in need of chauffeuring, I think a $16,000 Honda Fit would be a strangely appealing choice over a $426,000 Maybach 62.

Brent Romans, Senior Automotive Editor, 15,522 miles

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