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The 2011 Honda Fit isn't the greenest offering in its class, but it's still very fuel-efficient.
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27 mpg city, 33 highway (manual); 28/35 (automatic)

Ratings for our manual test car were 27/33, and we logged 31 mpg through the course of our evaluation.
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Whether you go for the five-speed manual transmission or five-speed automatic, you'll get decent—though not great, for its class—fuel economy in the 2011 Honda Fit. The EPA estimates that manual transmission Honda Fits and Honda Fit Sports with the automatic will get 27 mpg in the city and 33 mpg on the highway. The base Honda Fit with the five-speed automatic fares slightly better, with EPA estimates of 28 mpg city and 35 mpg on the highway.


The 2011 Honda Fit isn't the greenest offering in its class, but it's still very fuel-efficient.

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