• brooksgd Posted: 3/12/2008 5:29pm PDT

    Looks like another small on the outside and big on the inside winner from Honda just in time for $4.00 per gallon gasoline. Bring it on!

  • Sladjan Posted: 2/27/2008 9:21pm PST

    GM could easily bring new Opel Meriva after its euro debut in Geneva. these "little" cars aren't all that little in reality in fact they can be quite spacious because of smart packaging....

  • Carfan Posted: 2/26/2008 12:48am PST

    I am not a fan of CVT's - I'm not sold on the reliability or the drivability of the CVT boxes. Give me a good 5 speed auto or stick.

  • DAN SMITH Posted: 2/25/2008 11:01pm PST

    SQUARE-ONE AUTOMOTIVE:

    I SIMPLY REFUSE TO BECOME JADED AT HOW HONDA CAN REGULARLY REINVENT THE DEFFINITION OF THE SMALL CAR. THIS "NEW" FIT HAS BEEN AVAILABLE IN THE HOME ISLANDS FOR A WHILE NOW, AND I WAS NOT AT ALL HAPPY WHEN I DISCOVERED THAT WE WEREN'T GOING TO GET IT. BUT LIKE MOST OTHER INDUSTRIES IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR, HMA JUST COULDN'T SAY "NO" TO THE HUGE NUMBER OF EAGER AMERICAN BUYERS THAT WERE GOING TO BE LEFT UNREQUITED. THE ONLY REMAINING QUESTION AT THIS POINT, IS HOW SOON CAN WE START SNAPPING UP THIS OUTRAGEOUSLY ATTRACTIVE LITTLE PIECE OF CONFECTION? MY GUESS IS BY EITHER LATE THIS YEAR OR EARLY NEXT. IT'S BRIMMING WITH SPUNKY CHARACTER, IT LOOKS ALMOST FREAKISHLY ADORABLE, AND YOU JUST KNOW THAT HONDA'S SCOOPED OUT AN IMPOSSIBLE VOLUME OF SPACE FOR PASSENGERS AND CARGO WITHOUT COMPROMISING SAFETY. I'M ALSO CERTAIN THAT ENTERTAINMENT WASN'T COMPLETELY WASHED OUT OF THE FORMULA. OF COURSE NOT. IT'S A HONDA. I'M LEFT EAGERLY AWAITING THE SI VERSION. THAT SHOULD BE THE BEE'S KNEES.

  • Dieselhead Posted: 2/25/2008 1:26pm PST

    Contrary to the above tekst it is rumoured that the all new FIT models for the US will finally be fitted (following the rest of the world) with fuel efficient CVT transmissions.
    (like Nissan and Chrysler/Jeep/Dodge)

  • Oblio Posted: 2/23/2008 1:01pm PST

    The 2009 FIT is GO!

    Sad that GM is incapable of producing a small car this good? Hopefully, this will soon change if GM can get off the 'gas-guzzler truck\SUV' bandwagon and invest some REAL money in developing an all-new, world-class small car (and not a rebadged Daewoo!).