honda fit lease

2015 Honda Fit Lease

$2699 Due at Signing

(Excludes tax, title, license and registration fees.) Miles: 36,000

MSRP $17,270

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Honda Fit Details
If you the ideal city carwanted to design, without vanity and conventions, with maximum usability and low cost, then it would probably out something like the Honda Fit. With its one-box design, plenty of space and an equally efficient and agile drive it covers virtually all mobile needs.

The third generation of Fit acts now somewhat coupé-like style and plays with elements of the spacious Civic. Larger windows, headlights and wheels hide the fact that the little Honda has become slightly shorter than the predecessor.

From the inside, it is also nothing to remember: The interior offers more space – and now for the first time a touch of luxury, with an optional leather interior. The other materials are top quality, the switch raced honda typically accurate, the feel is right.

The unique feature in the segment continues to be the back seat, in which not only the conventional backrest can be folded, but the seat can be folded up. This can then also tall items – such cabinets, shelves or images – are loaded and transported through the side doors.

On the US market, the relatively light Fit is offered with a 132-hp 1.5-liter four-cylinder coupled to either a six-speed manual transmission or a continuously variable CVT automatic. He is better than most of its competitors motorized, and on country roads makes the Fit great fun.

The motor turns silky high and reaches its maximum power at 6600 revolutions per minute; the rather modest maximum torque of 155 Newton meters is available at 4600 rpm.

Especially the manual transmission variant prepares driving pleasure: The clutch is smooth and delicate, the switching paths short and precise. The continuously variable automatic transmission, which operates with a European customer rather unusual rubber band effect, can be manipulated by speed steps can be held. But actually it may be the better and more efficient electronics.

Compromising on comfort

Compared to the previous model, the new Honda Fit is remarkably economical. The Real consumption is around six liters per 100 kilometers, the automatic version, because it can keep the engine in the most efficient range, rather more economical than the manual switch.

The handling of the Fit is just as smoothly as its predecessor; Honda has it, despite the relatively inexpensive construction with McPherson front axle and torsion bar rear not forgotten how to build agile cars. The achievable cornering speeds are high, the brakes are biting on, and the steering is precise and sensitive.

The downside of this relatively sporty characteristics are sacrificing comfort in the ride. It would also be good if the wind and road noise would be slightly better filtered out.