Honda Fit Doesn’t Offer Great Value For Your Money

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Sales of the Honda Fit haven’t really impressed us all that much this year and it is thought that the blame has to be put on the 10th gen of the Honda Civic.

We believe this, but the Honda Civic is offered with a price that is $2,000 higher than the price tag on the Honda Fit. Despite this it seems that people don’t mind paying for it. The Civic offers up the 1.5 litre turbocharged engine giving out 42mpg and this is better than what the Honda Fit offers.

Anyone who wants good value for their money may choose to go with the Honda Civic and not the Honda Fit. The compact sedan has been a winner compared to the Fit and stole many buyers.

This is not to say that the Honda Fit shouldn’t be considered, as the vehicle is affordable, it’s simple to drive and its small.

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1 Comment

  1. aab

    November 17, 2016 at 5:01 pm

    The Civic’s $2,000 in higher purchase price would be hard to justify on fuel savings alone.

    Based on 15,000 miles of driving per year and fuel at $2.50 gallon, the 42 MPG Civic saves $150 year over the Fit’s 36 MPG. It would take 13.3 years of driving to make up the $2,000 difference. Of course, the results change depending on fuel cost and distance driven each year.