2015 Honda Fit Reviewed
Before we dive into our 2015 Honda Fit review, let’s take a second to consider what most drivers are looking for in a new car. It has to be stylish because, believe it or not, there’s a bad kind of eye catching. A great car should also be roomy and comfortable since the average commute to work for drivers in Philadelphia and Malvern is about an hour each way.
And finally, it’s important that the car is fuel efficient, so you can spend less time at the pump and help protect the environment.
At Full Throttle, a reputable dealership, we believe the 2015 Honda Fit provides an answer to all of these criteria. It has unique looks, plenty of cargo room, and is exceptionally good on gas.
Let’s look at a few of these features in more detail, starting with design.
2015 Honda Fit Design
Approaching the Honda Fit, it’s immediately clear that this hatchback has some impressive style. The dynamic front end gives the Fit a sporty look, while the brushed lines and curves that flow down the side of the car make it look fast.
On the inside, the Honda Fit has been completely updated with upscale features and premium build materials. Plus, with more than 50 cubic feet of available cargo space, you’ll be able to pack in more groceries, luggage, tools, or whatever you need to transport.
Of course if it’s passengers you need to move, the Fit can handle that as well with seating available for up to five passengers. The rear seat is exceptionally comfortable thanks to the almost 6 1/2 feet of combined headroom and legroom.