109 HP
105 LB-FT
Curb Weight
2432 LB
Front Wheel Drive
Engine Size
1.5 L
Transmission Type
MPG (City/Highway)
25/31 MPG
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        30 mile freeway commute each way, why rack up useless boring freeway miles on a low mileage, pristine BMW ///M car? as an added bonus, (and i'm an experienced trackday driver), this thing actually handles surprisingly well. way way better than any econobox i've driven before, and i've driven a lot of them. i noticed that one of the big car magazines, Car and Driver, i think, even made a comparison of the fit's driving capabilities to... dare i say it... the mini cooper. and i'm not surprised.it took quite a bit of searching to find a manual transmission, stripped down model. everybody seems to like the heavier, uglier, slower, fit sport, where surprisingly, they also like automatics. :headscratcher:this car was a little riced-up when i got it, with cheap, crappy HID headlight conversion, and a cheap, no-name touchscreen stereo head unit. i got a stock head unit off ebay for a great deal, and now i have it back to stock and it's great to be back to pure honda engineering.

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