Stability control is now standard on the 2011 Honda Fit

Honda has recently announced new standard and optional features for its 2011 Honda Fit. Among the most crucial additions to the car’s standard features is stability control, according to Consumer Reports.

The Fit, a popular city car that has been praised for being fun and functional, is also among Consumer Reports’ top rated budget vehicles. The vehicle also reportedly has a roomier interior than one might expect, coupled with excellent fuel economy, comfortable seating and a responsive ride.

Despite these rave reviews, Consumer Reports found that the tail end of the vehicle wagged slightly during the organization’s tests. In the 2011 model of the Fit, the wagging should be minimized by the addition of stability control.

Other updates for the vehicle reportedly include remote entry, cruise control and USB audio. Several colors will be replaced by updated versions. The 2011 Honda Fit with a manual transmission starts at about $15,000, according to the news source.

Drivers who have bad credit history but would like to purchase a new Honda Fit can get a bad credit auto loan to finance their purchase of this popular and reliable vehicle.