2011 Honda Fit Sport: The Ultimate Urban Runabout
Nuts and Bolts
When I first saw that our test car was an automatic, I was disappointed. I actually like automatics in cars with a lot of torque, especially daily drivers. But automatics tend to suck all the life out of small four bangers. Well, I’m pleased to say this was not the case with the Fit Sport!
The Fit Sport auto comes with little paddle shifter and two modes--Drive and Sport. Put it in Drive if you want to get the best mileage. But if you want to hoon around a bit, kick into into Sport. Yes, the manual is faster. But the auto in Sport is still quiet engaging. And that little 117 hp 1.5 liter is surprisingly flexible, zippy and fun. There is a reason why people like Honda drivetrains.
Read the full review at Autoholics
Stability control, cruise control, keyless entry and iPod/USB audio interface are standard for 2011
Stylish, roomy, versatile, fun, good gas mileage.
Annoying A pillar design.