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 |  Jul 10 2012, 3:45 PM

4. Center-Stack issues



In comparison to the Fit’s gorgeous information cluster and appealing exterior package, the center-stack is a real eyesore. While the subcompact segment is not known for interiors dripping with style and fashion, the Fit’s controls are, to put it bluntly, ugly.

Simple to use, yes, but the big knobs look lifted from a pickup truck and their convenient location next to the steering wheel also makes them hard to both reach and see.

  • KC

     I do not find the center stack ugly. It’s clean and easy to use to me. And not faddish.
    Some FIt owners get mileage better than EPA posted values.
    Reliability should be superior to all the other cars you listed for comparison.
    Overall I agree with Consumer Report that the Fit is the best value and best buy all’ round.
    Next model change should see improved gas mileage and horsepower.

  • KC

    Sorry. Reliability of Fit is about on par with the Yaris, not superior to Yaris.
    Yaris less sporty in handling.