Five-Point Inspection: 2012 Honda Fit Sport

Five-Point Inspection: 2012 Honda Fit Sport
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3. Uncomfortable

Headroom, yes. Legroom, no. Worse still is that anywhere that can be used to rest an elbow, knee or hand is unpleasantly hard and looks to be made from parts left over from Black & Decker power tools.

There’s no communal armrest and while the driver does get one, it’s a few inches too short and only long enough to rest an elbow, not an arm.

  • 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.