2011 Honda Fit Sport 4D Hatchback CARFAX One-Owner. Clean CARFAX. Recent Arrival!Odometer is 11347 miles below market average!Reviews:* Finding a compact car that can fit four full-size adults is not always easy, but the Fit can do just that and more. The 35-mpg Fit offers good fuel economy, excellent resale and reliability ratings and legendary Honda build quality. Source: KBB.com* Impressive cargo room and cabin versatility; spacious backseat; fun to drive; excellent visibility; good fuel economy. Source: EdmundsSilver 2011 Honda Fit Sport FWD 5-Speed Automatic 27/33 City/Highway MPG 1.5L 16V 4-Cylinder SOHC i-VTECAwards:* JD Power Initial Quality Study, JD Power Dependability Study * Car and Driver 10 Best Cars * 2011 KBB.com Best Resale Value Awards * 2011 KBB.com Top 10 Coolest New Cars Under $18,000 * 2011 KBB.com Brand Image AwardsKelley Blue Book Brand Image Awards are based on the Brand Watch(tm) study from Kelley Blue Book Market Intelligence. Award calculated among non-luxury shoppers. For more information, visit www.kbb.com. Kelley Blue Book is a registered trademark of Kelley Blue Book Co., Inc.Car and Driver, January 2017. 27/33 City/Highway MPG
The Fit gets a few exterior refreshes, but carries over almost the same as 2010.
The Fit is very fun to drive, thanks to a 117-horsepower, 1.5-liter 4-cylinder engine that features Honda's i-VTEC variable valve timing system. The engine provides enough power even with the available automatic transmission, which has five speeds for better passing response and more relaxed highway cruising. A precise-shifting 5-speed manual is standard, but for those who want the best of both worlds, the Fit Sport model, when fitted with the automatic transmission, features paddle-shifters alongside the steering wheel.
With its front MacPherson strut and rear torsion beam setup, the Fit's suspension utilizes a common layout, yet handles nimbly. Ride quality is firm but also absorbent. The rack-and-pinion electric power steering system is especially good, with crisp turn-in and a firm, direct feel of the road in tight corners.
Above all else, it's the Fit's interior that impresses the most. Front seats are ample for tall or large adults, an armrest is available in front and the back seat can actually seat adults, thanks to plenty of headroom all around and longer cushions than is customary for back seats. What's more, thanks to Honda's Magic Seat, the Fit's rear seat folds neatly down to create a flat floor with just one continuous motion, with no need to even remove the rear headrests. The steering wheel adjusts for tilt and telescope, and there's a footrest for the driver. There is also an abundance of convenient cupholders and cubbies.
Thanks to the versatile configuration, the Fit is surprisingly commodious for large cargo items. With the seats down, there is 57.3 cubic feet of space--enough for items like a big-screen TV or cumbersome sports equipment--and there's no tall edge to lift over when loading items.
Also of note on the 2011 Fit is Honda's ACE body structure, which is designed for better compatibility with vehicles of different sizes. Standard safety equipment on the Fit includes anti-lock brakes and active front headrests, along with front side and side-curtain airbags. Electronic stability control, a feature not usually seen on low-priced small cars, is standard on all Fits.
The Fit comes in two different models: Fit and Fit Sport. Even the base Fit includes a long list of features, such as air conditioning, power windows and power locks--but the Fit Sport adds a long list of the most popular features, like larger alloy wheels, remote entry, cruise control and a premium 160-watt sound system with USB input and MP3 capability. It's also dressed up a bit more, with aerodynamic spoilers and additional chrome trim outside, plus perforated leather trim for the steering wheel. Navigation is available on the Fit Sport, and includes Honda's Satellite-Linked Navigation with voice recognition.