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Fit 2018

<p>The 2018 Honda Fit offers roomy seating, a relatively spacious cargo area, great fuel economy, and terrific safety scores, helping to make it one of the highest-rated subcompact cars in our rankings.The 2018 Honda Fit is available in four trim levels: LX, Sport, EX, and EX-L. The entry-level LX trim is a fine pick for shoppers on a tight budget, because it’s pretty well-equipped. That said, you’ll need to opt for a higher trim if your must-have items include a touch screen, Apple CarPlay, or Android Auto.The 2018 Honda Civic is an excellent compact car. It’s available as a coupe, sedan, or hatchback, and it offers all the same tech and safety features as the Fit.the Fit is most limited by its four-cylinder engine. It provides slow acceleration around town and struggles to get the car up to highway speeds, especially when paired with the continuously variable automatic transmission. The Fit also doesn’t offer much passing power once it’s up to speed. That said, the Fit’s manual transmission is slick and fun to shift, and it makes the best use of the limited engine power.  Base engine: 130-horsepower 1.5-liter four-cylinder<br />  Drivetrain: front-wheel drive<br />  Transmission: standard six-speed manual; available continuously variable automatic (CVT)The Fit has 16.6 cubic feet of cargo space behind its rear seats and 52.7 cubic feet with the rear seats folded. That’s a lot of cargo room. It’s also a very flexible cargo area. The rear seat cushions can flip upright as well, which is helpful for loading tall items like a flat-screen TV. There are only a few hatchbacks that offer more cargo space.</p>

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