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It's all good here; the 2011 Honda Fit has so much interior and cargo space that you might forget you're in such a small car.
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Front seats are welcoming and pleasantly contoured

there's plenty of headroom front and rear, but legroom in the back seat is modest
Orlando Sentinel

Though ride quality is firmly smooth on pristine pavement, it can verge on harsh when the surface gets patchy, and it’s a harshness that’s accompanied by road noise.
Car and Driver

The interior of the Fit clearly isn't a luxury car, but the shapes, color combinations and textures of the hard plastics keep it from feeling excessively cheap.

they've added a secure storage drawer beneath that seat
Popular Mechanics

The 2011 Honda Fit will likely have you stepping back out and doing a double-take the first time you get inside. More than almost any other vehicle's design, the Fit makes the most out of a small space, for both passengers and cargo.

Honda actually allowed enough headroom and legroom for two adults—or three kids—in back, and the so-called Magic Seat folds flat by lifting a single lever and pushing the seatback forward, with no need to remove rear headrests in the process. The driving position affords a good view outward, and the steering wheel telescopes on all models.

The cargo floor is especially low for easy loading, amassing an impressive 20.6 cubic feet of EPA cargo room. In addition, there are two glove compartments (upper and lower), plenty of cup holders, and many useful storage compartments and cubbies in the center console, dash, and doors—as well as under the back seat.

Ride quality certainly can't be described as luxurious, but it's one of the most comfortable-riding cars in its class, with a firm but compliant suspension. Road and engine noise aren't always well muted, but the look and feel of the cabin appointments—including switchgear—is one of high quality.


It's all good here; the 2011 Honda Fit has so much interior and cargo space that you might forget you're in such a small car.

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