A perennial resale value champion and repeat winner for 2016, the Honda Fit is a segment standout any way you look at it.
Inside, Honda's subcompact car offers a truly surprising amount of room for both passengers and cargo, and the second-row Magic Seat provides unmatched flexibility. Rear seat passengers are treated to more headroom and legroom than in some midsize sedans, and the Fit practically morphs into a small moving van with the rear seat backs folded down. To accommodate taller items, the rear seat bottoms fold up against the rear seat backs, turning the second row into a wide open floor-to-ceiling cargo space.
It's even fun to drive, as detailed in our 2016 Honda Fit full review: "The suspension offers up predictable handling that's exactly sharp enough to keep you entertained. The ample glass of the greenhouse makes it easy to see out, and the steering feels spot-on. The three different models - LX, EX and EX-L - offer the same engine and transmission packages. However, the 16-inch wheels and lower-profile tires on EX and EX-L models, coupled with a stiffer structure and improved suspension, mean both models handle just as well as the previous-generation's Sport model."
Of course, the core of the Fit's appeal is represented by the badge on the grille. The Fit may be the most affordable vehicle in the automaker's lineup, but it only furthers Honda's reputation for building reliable, long-lasting vehicles.
Starting around $16,500 with destination charges and topping out around $22,000 with leather and loads of great tech, the fun, practical, efficient and reliable 2016 Honda Fit is much more than a resale value champion.