For around $15,000, a driver can get one of the most popular subcompacts to appear in the market in recent years, the 2010 Honda Fit.
According to AOL Autos, the Fit has the advantage of a very practical use of interior and exterior space. Though it’s small and maneuverable, the Fit is a five-passenger, four-door hatchback, which makes it an affordable, convenient vehicle for small families. The Fit’s unique second-row “Magic Seat” folds down at floor level or pops up to carry tall objects behind the first seating row.
The Fit is reportedly equipped with a 117 horsepower, 4-cylinder engine and front-wheel drive. It may save consumers money on gasoline, too, since it gets 33 miles per gallon on the highway.
The Fit has comprehensive safety features, including front and side airbags, a four-wheel anti-lock braking system and electronic brake-force distribution technology, according to the news source.
Drivers who are interested in buying a Honda Fit but are worried that their finances aren’t up to the task can make their vehicle purchase affordable by filling out a bad credit car loan application.