Honda Fit 2008 2009 : Overview


this is Powerful for small engine, consistant fuel economy, flexibility seating arrangements, handles great. The 2008 Fit is a 4-door, 5-passenger family sedan, or sports sedan, available in 4 trims, ranging from the 5-Spd MT to the Sport 5-Spd AT. The new Fit is also roomier, its wheelbase stretched by 1.9 in. and overall interior width up by 1.2 in. And the cabin feels more airy, by virtue of a windshield whose base has been pulled forward by 4.7 in., and fixed front quarter windows that are three times larger than before. The dash styling is adventurous, more along the lines of the Civic, only without the double-tier instrument nonsense. The rear “Magic” seats remain…they articulate ingeniously to fold flat, or you can just tilt up and lock the lower cushions to put tall objects immediately behind the front seats. Headrests are now recessed into the seatbacks; they no longer need to be removed to fold the seats down.
Upon introduction, the 5-Spd MT is equipped with a standard 1.5-liter, I4, 109-horsepower engine that achieves 28-mpg in the city and 34-mpg on the highway. A 5-speed manual transmission with overdrive is standard. The Sport 5-Spd AT is equipped with a standard 1.5-liter, I4, 109-horsepower engine that achieves 27-mpg in the city and 33-mpg on the highway. A 5-speed automatic transmission with overdrive is standard.
The 2009 Fit is a carryover from 2007. Speedy Eye-Catcher Looks can be deceiving. Take the Honda Fit, our 5-door. One glance at this impetuous, bite-sized wonder and you just might think, "The Fit is Go!" Well, you'd be right of course. But with the Fit, there's so much more. Neither psychics nor seasoned palm readers could predict just how much room there is inside the Fit. An innovative 60/40 split 2nd-row Magic Seat® allows for four distinct interior configurations. And the Fit has even more to make you smile, like a 109-horsepower, 1.5-liter, VTEC® engine; legendary Honda safety, including standard front, front side and side curtain airbags; plenty of storage compartments; . While the base Fit starts at $14,550, the Fit Sport ($16,060) hits the sweet spot, its aero kit, more aggressive nose and 16-in. alloy wheels showing off the body’s forward-sloping wedge shape to best effect. The Fit Sport “Navi” ($17,910) pairs in- dash navigation with a yaw-control system. Whatever the choice, the new Fit is frugal with fuel yet rich with style

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