Ed Higginbotham
Ed Higginbotham Associate Editor
3/8/17 8:38 a.m.
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Honda pitches the 2017 Honda Fit as "four-wheeled fashion and function." The fashion came to us in the form of a florescent yellow paint job. As for the function, it sports the level of practicality we've come to expect from Honda.

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WAKman
WAKman New Reader
3/10/17 7:36 p.m.

My wife's Fit comes off lease in November, and I'll happy to see its taillights go down the road. It too has a CVT, and it moans so much we call it "Hotlips." On the highway, the things is a rolling penalty box. I agree with ed, its strictly utility.

LopRacer
LopRacer Dork
3/11/17 12:52 p.m.

I find my first gen Fit to be a wonderful get around car and de-facto spiritual successor to my 1989 Civic, but it's a manual and I cannot imagine the CVT being nearly as engaging. This is the first car I have driven with electric steering assist that felt "right".

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