Honda Fit Isn’t Very Good Value For Money

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Sales of the Honda Fit haven’t been able to impress this year and it is thought that this has been down to the tenth generation of the Honda Civic.

The Honda Civic is offered for $2000 more than what the price tag of the Honda Fit commands but it seems that people think it is worth paying out the extra money. The Civic offers the 1.5 litre turbocharged engine and it gives up to 42mpg. This means that the fuel economy is better than that offered with the Fit.

So the Honda Fit really isn’t very good value for money and it has meant that people have chosen the Honda Civic over it. The compact sedan has turned many people away from the Fit.

That’s not to say that the Honda Fit isn’t a good choice if you simply want a vehicle for driving around town in that is small and affordable.

But would you choose the Honda Fit over the Honda Civic?

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1 Comment

  1. Brian Car

    October 26, 2016 at 7:26 pm

    I disagree with your opening that significant numbers are cross-shopping the Fit and Civic. If you bother to look at the monthly sales data it is obvious the HRV has eaten the lions share of Fit sales. Why anyone would logically choose the HRV over the Fit (or Civic) is beyond my comprehension but that is outside the scope of this article. Civic has always been a top seller with EPA ratings very similar to the Fit. The trending desire for tiny crossovers is the culprit. Nonetheless, I think the Fit is clearly a better value over Civic if you want to keep it forever because as the sales indicate- nobody wants one so good luck trying to find a buyer for your used Fit.