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Honda Fit

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2012 Honda Fit

Compact, Hatchback


For 2012 the Fit gains a revised interior and a mild facelift to stay fresh.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $11,356

MPG
27-35
Seats
5

2011 Honda Fit

Compact, Hatchback


The 2011 Honda Fit is a subcompact hatchback that is considered fun to drive and economical.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $10,847

MPG
27-35
Seats
5

2010 Honda Fit

Compact, Hatchback


The second generation Fit made its debut in 2009, so the base model returns unchanged for 2010. In addition to 16-inch allow wheels, a rear roof spoiler, upgraded trim and exterior chrome bit, Fit Sport models now receive VSA stability control and floor mats as standard. Five speed transmissions, in either manual or automatic, are available for both base and Sport models.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $9,919

MPG
27-35
Seats
5

2009 Honda Fit

Compact, Hatchback


Even though North America is widely known for its love of massive cars when compared to the rest of the world, the recent rise in gas prices coupled with the economic downturn changed the tune of the average driver.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $8,517

MPG
27-35
Seats
5

2008 Honda Fit

Compact, Hatchback


Despite the fact that North America is widely known for its passion for rather large cars when compared to the rest of the world, the recent increase in gas prices, coupled with the economic downturn, altered the mindset of the average car owner.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $7,501

MPG
27-34
Seats
5

2007 Honda Fit

Compact, Hatchback


The five-door hatchback subcompact Honda Fit saw a gradual global unveiling that stretched from 2001, with its initial release in Japan, to 2006 with its U.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $6,309

MPG
31-38
Seats
5

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