The Honda Fit is a gas sipping four-door five-passenger compact that features aggressive styling and Honda reliability.  The hatchback is available in three trims: standard, Sport and Sport with Navigation; all powered by Honda’s venerable 1.5 Liter i-VTEC four cylinder, complete with no scheduled tune ups for the first 100K miles and gets an estimated 27 MPG in the city and 33 MPG at highway speeds all starting at $15,175.

At $16,910, the more equipped Fit Sport gets upgrades like a color matched ground effects kit with rear spoiler, ten spoke alloys measuring 16 inches in diameter and a chrome finish for the exhaust.  All automatic transmission equipped Sport’s get paddle shifters, while the top of the line Fit Sport with Navigation adds a GPS, it forgoes the manual option altogether.  Steering wheel mounted buttons to control everything from the stereo to the telephone, as well as the Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System with voice recognition and the Bluetooth Hands FreeLink for $19,540.

The Honda Fit is a Kelly Blue Book Best Resale Value Award winner, for a subcompact, the J. D. Power and Associates Highest Ranked Subcompact in Initial Quality, a Residual Value Award winner for Best Subcompact Car from ALG as well as a Car and Driver 10 Best for being an affordable, fun to drive small car with plenty of room for five.

A list of cars similar to the Fit includes the 2012 Chevrolet Sonic, 2012 Ford Fiesta and 2012 Hyundai Accent.

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