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8.0
/ 10
On Features
BASE INVOICE
$14,571
BASE MSRP
$15,100
On Features
The 2011 Honda Fit comes with a great set of standard features, but the lack of items like Bluetooth and satellite radio could be frustrating to constantly-connected types.
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while the Fit is more expensive than most, feature for feature, it's hard to top — especially that base model
Orlando Sentinel

the screen flips over for access to the in-dash CD player. Pretty slick.
Car and Driver

What is missed is a center armrest.
Consumer Digest

Certainly no longer cheap, but still a big bang-for-the-buck player.
Motor Trend


The 2011 Honda Fit isn't a stripped-down small car; both the Fit and Fit Sport models include a pretty generous list of features. Air conditioning; power windows, locks, and mirrors; and an MP3-compatible CD sound system are included with the base Fit. The Fit Sport gets larger 16-inch alloy wheels, cruise control, keyless entry, a security system, and USB connectivity for the sound system, along with sporty cues throughout. Offered only on Fit Sport models is a package adding the navigation system. For 2011, cruise control, a USB sound-system input, and keyless entry have been made standard all Fit models.

The down side to the Fit is that it costs considerably more than most of its competitors; but shoppers likely won't feel the need to add many options.

Conclusion

The 2011 Honda Fit comes with a great set of standard features, but the lack of items like Bluetooth and satellite radio could be frustrating to constantly-connected types.

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