We don't need to tell American audiences how great the Fit is. Since its U.S. release a year ago, Honda's little bean has been doing that for us. What we can tell you is why the H-badged subcom is the cream of the new crop of B-segment cars that have made their way over the Pacific.
This past summer, the staff of Honda Tuning magazine was asked to serve on the judging panel for the television series "Street Tuner Challenge," a program on our favorite network, the Speed Channel. The show documents the construction of three "tuner" vehicles by three different builders, and then p
Cars are getting bigger and it pisses me off. It's great that Honda is releasing the Fit, because it fits into the hole left by the ever-expanding Civic, but should the Civic really have grown so damn much in the first place? And how small is the Fit anyway? It's actually about half an inch longer a
I wanted to tell you everything about the new Honda Fit, which I drove yesterday, in this column. But unfortunately, I got lost on the test drive, ended up running out of gas in Malibu canyon and was taken to a local gas station by a woman who looked like Katie Holmes and told me she wished Val Kilm
Honda corporate suits won't confirm it, but we still think it's likely that the U.S. will get a version of the Honda Fit (aka "Jazz" outside of Japan) for 2006. Honda execs in Japan have acknowledged concern about Korean automakers making inroads into the compact econobox segment, especially in Amer
The Honda Fit outsold the Toyota Corolla in Japan last year to take the coveted "Best-Selling Car" title. Thanks to Spoon Sports, the Fit is also a candidate for "Cheapest and Most Likely to Kick Ass in a Japanese Enduro" crown. Best Motoring International's T