The 2012 Honda Fit Hatchback surprisingly offers more space, featuring the Magic seat which offers extra compartment to fit a bike or a plant at the back seat.
Aside from the added cargo space, the passenger seating of Honda Fit is impressive as well where passengers can sit comfortably with clear visibility of the road. The materials and design of the car seats are excellent choice for the subcompact car.
The Honda Fit hatchback is easy to handle for fun driving
Honda Fit offers complete safety features are equipped for an inexpensive subcompact car
The Honda Fit hatchback base model already offers security features that usually comes extra upgrades for other competitors.
Even though the 2012 Honda Fit hatchback offers impressive space, the front seating lack height adjustment which makes taller passengers seat uncomfortably, especially in terms of leg room.
The Honda Fit Hatchback engine failed to impress most of the reviewers in terms of uphill driving. According to some reviews, Honda Fit struggles on uphill driving compared to other subcompact vehicles. The accelerations is sluggish as well with the automatic transmission.
The 2012 Honda Fit does not offer satellite radio and the Bluetooth connectivity has limited availability.
The Honda Fit Hatchback exterior design looks more of a minivan than a subcompact vehicle.