The NSX and S2000 are great and all, but my all-time favorite Honda may just be the Honda City Turbo, because that was a turbocharged hot hatch with a freaking scooter in the back. Now Honda has revived the idea with a 2015 Fit and a the wonderful Grom mini-cycle, and I want them to shut up and take my money.
Unintended acceleration: It's not just for pedal-confused people in Toyotas anymore! About 175,000 Japanese examples of the 2015 Honda Fit are being recalled for potential "the kind of speed you don't want"-type problems.
I always loved the Honda Fit. There is just something endearing about the little compact; it has a JDM swagger unmatched by most cars it the class, say for maybe the Cube. You can cram a whole crap-load of stuff in the Fit and it is a hoot to drive in a classic "slow car fast" kind of way. I almost bought one, until…
The all new 2015 Honda Fit was supposed to hit dealerships on April 14, but Honda is holding back deliveries. Initial reviews of the refreshed car has been overwhelmingly positive and it looks to be an evolutionary improvement over the last generation. Consumer Reports has investigated why we are not seeing the 15 Fit…
The Honda Fit has been one of the best little cars on the market for several years now. It's cheap, super practical and good to drive. More power would only make it better. Will the 2015 Honda Fit finally bring a hot hatch back to the Honda lineup? Probably not at first.
The 2015 Honda Fit is riding a new platform and will bring a hybrid and sportier RS model to the U.S. And even though we already know what it looks like, it makes its official debut at the North American International Auto Show in a few weeks.
It turns out those Japanese magazine scans that leaked out a few weeks ago were dead-on accurate. Folks, meet the 2015 Honda Fit. Not only is it redesigned, it's also got a hybrid variants that are headed to the U.S.