Honda Fit Automatic 2016 : For Those in Need of a Small but Reliable Subcompact

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If you’re one of those who want a small and affordable car, you may find it very handy to have a 2016 Honda Fit Automatic. Being the latest of its series, the 2016 Honda Fit offers its passengers the typical space of a Honda Fit and yet, provides you with a real nice setup aside from being economic. Actually seen for the first time last year, the 2016 Honda Fit offers new features that need pointing out for the sake of those who are planning to have one.

Honda Fit Automatic 2016 : For Those in Need of a Small but Reliable Subcompact

Under the Hood

Featuring a DOHC 16-valve four-cylinder engine, the 2016 Honda Fit Automatic is somewhat different from its predecessors in terms of handling and performance. Experts had noticed that this one has a continuously variable automatic transmission, the main feature that sets it apart from the previous ones. Even though this subcompact isn’t a sporty kind, it is somewhat very assuring to know that this remains to be one of the best choices when it comes to choosing a car that can easily fit five persons within. And since the room inside the subcompact is very spacious, even taller persons will find it easy to get themselves in.

 

However, what’s most interesting with this one is none other than its magic seats. The rear seats can be easily folded to accommodate large cargoes without finding any kind of distractions. Once folded, you can easily squeeze your things inside it, especially if you need to transfer all of your things to your new office branch in another state.

 

The only thing that most experts find disappointing is its included technology. It is somewhat understandable that the 2016 Honda Fit wants to catch up with technology by installing a display screen. However, because of its buttons, the menu setup can be somewhat confusing especially for those who wanted to turn their car radio on. But despite that fact, having the 2016 Honda Fit Automatic is still a good choice.

 

 

  • Category : Subcompact Car
  • Engine : DOHC 16-valve inline-4
  • Transmission : Continuously Variable Automatic with manual shifting mode
  • Drivetrain : FWD
  • Power : 130 hp @ 6600 rpm
  • Torque : 114 lb-ft @ 4600 rpm
  • 0-60 mph : 8.5 seconds
  • Top Speed : 119 mph (governor limited)
  • Mileage : (City/Highway) 32/38 mpg; (C/D Observed) 33 mpg
  • Price : Starting at $17,525 – $22,000 (as tested)

 

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