Paradigmatic is a word that popped into my head today. For example, “the Honda Fit is a paradigmatic example of the small hatchback.”
A woman have birth to her child in the back seat of a Honda Fit. The VTEC must have been something else on that car. Honda has since contacted her and offered to clean the car and replace the seatbelts. Nice.
Okay Oppo I had my first encounter with a ricer making fun of me in the FoST today. I was driving home from work and saw a blue Honda Fit completely riced out. It had a carbon fiber hood, carbon fiber vinyl, fart can exhaust, fake tow hook, one of those little anime bears hanging down, stickers, lowered on gold wheels.
A few weeks back, my fiancée and I bought our first new car: a 2015 Honda Fit EX 6-speed manual! It looks just like the one pictured. (Disclaimer: none of the pictures in this post were taken by me)
I am a hypocrite. I have spent the better part of my adult life proselytizing that only suckers buy new cars, to the point where my friends would avoid mentioning a new car purchase. And on Valentine’s Day of this year, I drove away from a Houston-area Honda dealership with a brand new Fit LX.
Here is a Fit from SEMA
Hello beautiful people of Oppo, I come with a conundrum. For the first and probably last time in my life I have sufficient funds where buying a new car won't mean cutting into my food or beer budget (I think we know which budget would suffer). SO to that end, I think the trusty focus needs to go. I've essentially fixed…
I want one. I want one badly. All I want to do is option one out and see the price, but no! All there is on the Honda site is the same preview page that's been there for months. I know the cars are hitting the dealerships now. Hell, the closest dealer to me has 4 in stock right now. But still, I cannot build one on…
And so approaches the end of a 9 month relationship with my Honda fit. Warning, rant ahead!
keeping oppo alive since bedtime™
I figured I'd introduce myself a little and give you all a chance to know a bit about this Jalop, before I start posting more on here.
My last one for the day. It's been a trip.
I put in a request for information about leasing a Honda Fit EV. I gave a dealership my contact information.
My S80 is many things that I love, but that doesn't include competitive fuel economy for everyday driving. With mostly city driving, I average about 23 mpg on premium fuel. Which is quite good, considering the U.S. EPA estimated 20 mpg for combined driving. I do occasionally use all five luxurious seats and the…
You can now lease a Fit EV for $259 a month with no down payment, unlimited miles, and included collision insurance. Not bad Honda. Not bad. Link from Autoblog.
Does the Fit have V-TEC?