November 3, 2009 By Jon Alain Guzik
The Fit is a near-perfect urban city car, combining a small-car footprint with big-car room through the ingenious Magic Seat system.Read More
I bought my fit in November of 2008 (this review is August 2009). I
'll start with the bad. The car's suspensions isn't great - it can be a bumpy ride. But I notice most when trying to sleep in the passenger seat (while somebody else is driving).
Other than that small issue, the car is perfect. Th....
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