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Pros & Cons

  • Fun to drive
  • Spacious rear seats
  • Large cargo area
  • High safety scores
  • Front-seat passengers may want more legroom
  • Engine could use more power
  • Stability control isn’t standard

9.0

Overall

Scorecard

Critics' Rating: 9.6
Performance: 8.5
Interior: 9.1
Total Cost of Ownership: 9.5
Safety: 9.5
Reliability:
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2010 Honda Fit Overview

If you’re looking for a hatchback with plenty of room for cargo and comfortable seating for five, you can’t do much better than the 2010 Honda Fit. Test drivers found the Fit’s rear seats to be especially spacious for the class, and said that only tall drivers will want more legroom up front. One of the Fit’s most talked about features is its class-exclusive Magic Seat, which flips different ways to let you store large cargo items, like a bike.

The base Fit’s cabin is equipped with air conditioning and a four-speaker stereo that has an auxiliary port. Navigation and a USB port were available on higher trims. The Fit’s standard safety features, such as anti-lock brakes and electronic brake-force distribution, are common for the class, but electronic stability control and traction control came on the Fit with Navigation model. Still, the Fit has excellent safety scores. Some test drivers weren’t impressed with the Honda Fit’s 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine, saying that the Fit wasn’t fast, but other car reviewers were pleased that the Fit was both fuel-efficient and fun to drive. The Fit averages up to 28/35 mpg city/highway.

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Other Cars to Consider

If you prefer a traditional sedan over the Fit’s hatchback style, consider the 2010 Hyundai Elantra, which was named the 2010 U.S. News Best Compact Car for the Money. It has good safety scores and good fuel economy ratings, which make the Elantra a practical, well-rounded choice. Inside, the Elantra has comfortable seats and one of the largest trunks in the class. However, the base Elantra doesn’t have as many standard features as the Fit.

The 2010 Toyota Corolla may not be as versatile, but it’s still a practical car. The Corolla isn’t fast, but it does have enough engine power for city driving and good fuel economy ratings to match. While the Corolla doesn’t have as much cargo space as the Fit, it does have standard stability control.

Compare the Fit to the Elantra and Corolla »

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