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2013 Honda Fit - Westmont - IL, 60540 Available

Price $ 16,792.00 USD

Stock Nr. H1985
Mileage 2.721 miles
Body type - -
Engine size 1.5L 4 cyls
Transmission Automatic 5-Speed
Fuel type Gas

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2013 Honda Fit - Westmont - IL, 60540

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2013 Honda Fit - Westmont - IL, 60540

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2013 Honda Fit - Westmont - IL, 60540

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2013 Honda Fit - Westmont - IL, 60540

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2013 Honda Fit - Westmont - IL, 60540

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2013 Honda Fit - Westmont - IL, 60540

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General information


Vehicle ID X8VTX8LE6DINF4HOKYJX
Stock number H1985
State Pre-owned vehicle
MPG Highway 35
Type Hatchback
Class - -
Interior color - -
Driven wheels - -
VIN JHMGE8H34DC054059
Trim Base
Manufacture code - -
MPG City 28
Style - -
Doors 4
Exterior color Turquoise
Mileage 2.721 miles

Engine information


Compression ratio - -
Size 1.5L 4 cyls
Configuration - -
Horse power - -
Valves - -
Cylinders 4
Displacement - -
Fuel Gas
Torque - -

Transmission


Type Automatic 5-Speed
Speed - -

Description


Features


Traction control - ABS and driveline
Rear defogger
Front seat type - Bucket
Fuel economy EPA highway (mpg): 35 and EPA city (mpg): 28
Power steering
Power mirrors
Clock - In-radio display
Reclining rear seats
117 hp horsepower
Rear wiper
1.5 liter inline 4 cylinder SOHC engine
Daytime running lights
Center Console - Full with storage
Air conditioning
Front-wheel drive
4-wheel ABS brakes
Head airbags - Curtain 1st and 2nd row
Automatic Transmission
Tilt and telescopic steering wheel
Cruise control
Interior air filtration
Remote power door locks
Tachometer
Stability control
Power windows with 1 one-touch
Passenger Airbag
4 Doors
Intermittent window wipers
Split-bench rear seats
Privacy/tinted glass

Customer review

Average rating score: 4.13

Great Little Car!

Thu, May 31st, 2035 01:57:56 by frozentundram


Score

Performance 4
Comfort 4
Fuel economy 4
Fun to drive 4
Exterior design 5
Interior design 5
Built quality 5
Reliability 5

I've had my Fit for almost 2yrs and love. Get about 25mpg city and high 30's on the road. My wife is more of a lead foot, so she gets about 2-3 mpg less. I installed a K & N air filter to help it breathe a bit better, otherwise all stock.

Make sure you use a Top Tier gas as Honda recommends and you'll have no problems. Don't have to use anything but regular, but make sure it is Top Tier. I've known some that have used really cheap quality gas, and have had problems.

Yes, this vehicle won't ride like a Lexus or Cadillac, but suits my needs fine. I also use a synthetic oil (Mobil 1) since the first oil change.

Wow, the engine

Sat, February 02nd, 2030 22:56:55 by lateshift32


Score

Performance 1
Comfort 4
Fuel economy 2
Fun to drive 1
Exterior design 5
Interior design 5
Built quality 5
Reliability 5

I went from a 2010 Scion XD with a 1.8 to this 1.5.
I hate the engine.
I seems that it is in 2.5 to 3 rpms most of the time.
The engine is very loud.
I didn't realize that I would miss an engine or that it would even be a big deal.
The combined mpg of my Scion ended up being 36.5 on a regular basis.
I get 30.1 in the Fit and terribly upset.
Furthermore, I just went to go try to trade it in, only having it for two months and they said I am already upside down and never have any hope of overturning my situation but they could offer me a 30,000 car.
PS don't buy a bunch of warranties, it makes it hard to get your next loan!
Lessen learned, horrible!

Wind Noise

Tue, March 06th, 2029 12:43:56 by cstrummer


Score

Performance 3
Comfort 3
Fuel economy 5
Fun to drive 4
Exterior design 4
Interior design 3
Built quality 4
Reliability 4

Have 38,000+ on my Honda Fit.
Base Model.
The stereo sucks.
Upgrade to get tweeters, a better system.
Lot of wind noise.
Gets a bit much at times.
Driving is fun for
manual transmission.
Good gas mileage.
Lot of space in the car to haul your junk

Great Car

Fri, December 03rd, 2027 02:14:10 by sansken


Score

Performance 4
Comfort 5
Fuel economy 4
Fun to drive 5
Exterior design 5
Interior design 5
Built quality 5
Reliability 5

Overall this is a great car. There are a few quirks with it, and the technology leaves something to be desired, but for the price you can't beat it. There's a USB input jack as well as an auxiliary jack. There is so much room in this car! When the back seats are folded down I could sleep in the back of this car. There are some strange blind spots which definitely take some getting used to. There are small windows on the side of the dash to help with this, but don't do as much as you would expect.

Bang for the buck

Sun, July 13th, 2025 06:15:21 by bmckeeman


Score

Performance 4
Comfort 5
Fuel economy 4
Fun to drive 5
Exterior design 5
Interior design 5
Built quality 5
Reliability 5

When looking for a roomy, efficient, and compact vehicle a year ago, I ended up buying a Patriot over the Fit due to power/space/SUV benefits. Well, I ended up trading the Jeep in to gain MPG benefits and to save a few bucks on payments. I couldn't be happier! I have wanted a manual again since my first vehicle some years ago. Very glad I switched back to a 5spd. MPG is much better, and on par with my old Corolla. I was concerned about highway performance due to the lack of a 6th gear, and it being such a small car, but highway tracking and noise levels are
great for the class. Build quality is great, the interior is functional, and exterior styling is nice with the Sport trim. Great value!

Things I wish I had Known ..

Sun, August 12th, 2012 18:50:02 by thankfulgal2


Score

Performance 5
Comfort 3
Fuel economy 3
Fun to drive 4
Exterior design 3
Interior design 5
Built quality 3
Reliability 3

I've been a Honda owner since 1985.
I've had 5 Hondas in that time.
I bought the Fit based on past experience with Hondas.
But there are things I wish I'd known.
Like how the blower motor for the heater/AC is too high an ampage and blows resistors (and isn't covered under any warranty), and how the fog lights on the sport model can be easily cracked by road debris and allow water in (requiring a replacement at $361 each to pass inspection), and the tires are an odd size that they cost a fortune to buy (that's if you can find them).
There are some obvious design flaws that need to be addressed.

Great car!

Wed, July 01st, 2009 01:27:03 by kinggeorgeiii


Score

Performance 5
Comfort 4
Fuel economy 5
Fun to drive 5
Exterior design 4
Interior design 5
Built quality 5
Reliability 5

This car is really superb. I've owned and driven Cadillacs, Oldsmobiles, Buicks, Chevrolets, Chryslers, and Fords over the last decade. (Additionally, before I bought this car, I rented and test drove an Elantra, a Corolla, and a Yaris for a combined month.) Some were better than others, but none managed to get the whole package right like this Honda Fit. It's a wonderfully capable car, for hauling people. The folding seats will let you fit all sorts of stuff, and because it's a car instead of an SUV, getting heavy items into the back is a breeze.

This is an economy car, which means the price is cheap, and it's thrifty with gas, too. I'm getting mid-30s, even with "spirited" driving.

Honda does not Fit

Tue, June 27th, 2006 10:59:40 by dillpickle1


Score

Performance 3
Comfort 2
Fuel economy 3
Fun to drive 4
Exterior design 3
Interior design 5
Built quality 2
Reliability 3

I followed Edmunds and Consumer Reports great ratings and bought a Honda Fit.
BIG MISTAKE!! Worst Honda ever and would not buy again.
4 safety recalls and counting. Very harsh ride and "go-car" handling on interstate....very scary. Poor fit and finish compared to older Honda's. Tires are terrible and should be recalled. Should be Michelins. Bald tires at 25,000 miles but rotated every 7,000!! Body metal is suspect and very thin. Fascia trim falling off car.
Transmission shifting poorly timed and paddle shifters are a JOKE. What more can I say....

the Fit is It

Fri, March 15th, 1996 16:16:09 by dan_patterson


Score

Performance 3
Comfort 3
Fuel economy 4
Fun to drive 4
Exterior design 4
Interior design 4
Built quality 5
Reliability 5

I bought a 2011 Fit, base automatic, for commuter duty. I wanted Honda quality in a practical, non-flashy, and inexpensive package, and the Fit is exactly that.

I could wish for more comfortable seats, a couple more inches of footroom, and a center console, but the list of standard features is quite long already. I like the fact that it's tall enough that I don't bang my head on the door frame when getting in and out. It can hold a lot of stuff and is still small enough to be easy to park.

Certainly it doesn't have a lot of power and it doesn't have unusually good handling- but it is unsurpassed at collecting groceries.

9k miles so far and no problems.

MPG Disappointment

Sat, August 05th, 1989 15:20:52 by livinglarge2


Score

Performance 3
Comfort 3
Fuel economy 3
Fun to drive 3
Exterior design 4
Interior design 4
Built quality 4
Reliability 5

I have had my Honda Fit since the middle of July 12.
I have put 6,000 miles on my car..mostly highway miles.

I'm wondering if the manufacturer misrepresented the MPG advertised.
I drive the car to work...which is mixed highway and city with 20mpg if I'm lucky.
I have driven this car on long trips and can't seem to get the MPG over 32.
This is with speeds below 60mph.
I'm wondering if Honda came up with their MPG figures based on an anorexic driving this car without as much as a 5lb purse on board.
I got 37 MPG on the way home from the dealership, but haven't seen it since.
Perhaps the dealer used Premium gas?
I can't duplicate the mileage.
I should have bought the PRIUS.

The perfect small car

Tue, February 05th, 1985 03:47:11 by tommyone1


Score

Performance 4
Comfort 5
Fuel economy 5
Fun to drive 4
Exterior design 4
Interior design 4
Built quality 5
Reliability 5

Flawless reliability 3 years in. Not sure why some people get disappointing MPG. Maybe they drive like a maniac, have upgraded to wide tires, and carry a lot of weight... I get an avg of 39 MPG from this awesome car! The manual trany shifting and the clutch are both super light and easy and smooth. But I'd prefer a lower ratio for 5th gear so not to waste gas when going over 70 (and to quiet the engine) The interior loudness is less than in previous years. The cargo space is incredible, including under the rear seats. The gas tank being under the front seat means you can't adjust height, but I'm now happier sitting higher than I used to--better visibility, except the wide front left pillar

Hond Fit may not fit you

Mon, May 14th, 1984 21:37:57 by jul7


Score

Performance 3
Comfort 2
Fuel economy 3
Fun to drive 3
Exterior design 5
Interior design 2
Built quality 3
Reliability 2

After a thorough and time-consuming study, bought the well-mouthed Honda fit.
Both the Edmunds and consumer-guide recommend subcompact.
months of driving,
comes
comments.
1: it's city car, not for highways. you can't over pass anyone, the maximum speed I can reach on Rt 90 is 92mph.
2:
slow acceleration ( Mine is auto), the 5sp is likely better, so be prepared,
it's not CRX or hatch,
buy a 5sp unless you have to drive an auto.
drive like a Geo Metro in my case.
3: paddle shifter is useless in most cases, the 1st and 2nd gears engagement quickly, that's also make you feel very sluggish. unless you shift into 2nd gear directly.
4 under hood center console ridge touch your knee. beware

First new car!

Wed, December 14th, 1977 10:16:12 by mcm0455


Score

Performance 4
Comfort 5
Fuel economy 5
Fun to drive 5
Exterior design 5
Interior design 5
Built quality 5
Reliability 5

I have been driving for 25 years and have always bought well used cars in hopes to save money.
After dealing with constant issues with my 175k mile Subaru, I decided I wanted a new car.
I bought a 13 Fit Sport auto this past weekend after reading reviews and actually taking one out for a test drive.
It is a simple car that meets my needs for running around town and the occasional trip on the freeway.
It has plenty of power for me, and the 30+mpg I am getting is a nice change from 20mpg in my old Subaru.

Reliability issues

Sun, April 04th, 1976 22:55:46 by autonix


Score

Performance 3
Comfort 3
Fuel economy 2
Fun to drive 4
Exterior design 3
Interior design 3
Built quality 2
Reliability 1

Less than 3 years old and have already had to have valves adjusted and the heater blower motor replaced!
Definitely reliability issues.

Best small car you can buy.

Thu, April 26th, 1973 10:44:53 by dqdave


Score

Performance 5
Comfort 5
Fuel economy 5
Fun to drive 5
Exterior design 5
Interior design 5
Built quality 5
Reliability 5

1) High quality.
2) Comfortable ride.
3) Fun to drive.
4) Practical.
5) Good gas mileage.
6) Excelent road feel.

Fit to Impress

Thu, November 28th, 1968 23:08:43 by arbolero


Score

Performance 3
Comfort 3
Fuel economy 5
Fun to drive 5
Exterior design 4
Interior design 4
Built quality 5
Reliability 5

I have only used half a tank, but I am eager to share my first impression of the car.
I'll start with the bad.

Sport, implying some relativity to a sports car, is not an accurate description. Yes, it's nimble, eagerly reving, and fun to drive, but it lacks proper acceleration, maneuverability, or pedigree to be a member of this class. The Fit's enormously practical design would make it the odd-car-out if it shared some tile in the showroom of sport thoroughbreds.

But I didn't need another car with senseless horsepower and "member" compensating qualities. This time, I was in the market for sensible.
Plus, Honda was wise enough to forego a Sport badge on the rear gate, so, we can let it be

Fantastic so far!

Mon, July 10th, 1967 12:44:22 by flyersfan12


Score

Performance 5
Comfort 4
Fuel economy 5
Fun to drive 5
Exterior design 5
Interior design 5
Built quality 5
Reliability 5

I bought this car in August. I am 6'4" and about 260 lbs, and I have more than enough room in the
car itself. There is even room behind me for a normal-sized, full-grown adult.
There is so much space inside the car, I don't have any trouble putting everything I need for weeks.
It has great acceleration, mainly because it is so small, and it is fantastic to drive.
In the snow, it has been handling fantastically.

'13 Fit base 5MT

Wed, August 29th, 1962 05:30:23 by rzepczynski


Score

Performance 4
Comfort 4
Fuel economy 5
Fun to drive 4
Exterior design 4
Interior design 5
Built quality 5
Reliability 5

'13 Fit base 5MT.
So far, 10 months, 10,000 miles, no problems.
Despite display indicating 50% oil life left at 5K miles, oil was changed @ 5K mi.
Oil changed at 10K mi. (again display indicating 50% oil life remaining) with full synthetic.
Engine seems to run better on full synthetic.
Concerned that after 10K mi. there has been no dash display for maintenance (wrench symbol).
As there are no mileage recommendations for maintenance in the owner's manual, you are wholly dependent on the car computer for maintenance scheduling.
Wondering if computer is working properly.
Can't believe no service is required after 10K miles.
Very satisfied and happy with the car.

Nice car, pricey, terrible gas millage for the segment.

Thu, April 09th, 1942 01:33:40 by famercado


Score

Performance 3
Comfort 5
Fuel economy 3
Fun to drive 3
Exterior design 5
Interior design 5
Built quality 5
Reliability 5

This is a good and reliable car, with lots of security features, comfortable for its size, looks very good inside and outside (especially steering wheel and rims), reliable and well assembled. I use it to commute from my home to the metro station, and for that purpose is fantastic. On the weekends we use my wife?s car which is more spacious. The gas millage is horrible for a compact car and considering the price and the trim (sport) it is way under equipped. It is very pricey compared to other brand?s similar cars.

Honda Fit Sport the only car for me

Sun, August 04th, 1940 09:26:45 by isyngaming


Score

Performance 5
Comfort 5
Fuel economy 5
Fun to drive 5
Exterior design 5
Interior design 5
Built quality 5
Reliability 5

This car is amazing and I love it.

My last Honda product

Sun, December 24th, 1939 12:12:03 by retiredjoe


Score

Performance 2
Comfort 2
Fuel economy 4
Fun to drive 2
Exterior design 4
Interior design 2
Built quality 2
Reliability 3

There is a difference between a cheap car and an inexpensive car. This Honda is just plain cheap!
And what is worse, the Honda service groups at the dealer have a take no prisoner approach to dealing with the customers.
You sell these cheap cars and then treat the customers like they are wealthy people and money is of no concern. The dealer tried to do things like $100.00 to change a cabin air filter (I found one on the internet for $9.80 and it was easy to change)... and I can give a dozen other examples.
The air conditioner has a design flaw with the condenser being easily damaged, and the list goes on and on.

2011 Honda Fit - excellent for the appropriate mission

Mon, August 25th, 1930 06:48:45 by bobg57


Score

Performance 4
Comfort 3
Fuel economy 5
Fun to drive 4
Exterior design 4
Interior design 4
Built quality 4
Reliability 4

Love it. Great long distance commuter. Rear seats fold upwards or store in the floor creating enormous amount of space. Air conditioner OK, certainly up to 95 degrees outside temp. I passed through Needles when it was 109, comfortable enough. No electrical problems. Coming up on 10,000 miles with 30% oil life left. Trust the engineers, not your SuperLube down the street. Gas mileage is fantastic, without air conditioning I drove 457 miles on one tank at 42.9 MPG at 65MPH on mountainous roads. More usual fuel average is 35. Don't buy this vehicle as a street racer, why people get this thing with a paddle shifter is beyond me and a total waste of money. Note: I drive by myself 95% of the time.

Not one does econobox better

Sun, November 11th, 1928 19:59:21 by 204meca


Score

Performance 4
Comfort 3
Fuel economy 4
Fun to drive 5
Exterior design 5
Interior design 5
Built quality 5
Reliability 5

I'm bias,
this is the 8th Honda I have owned. While not as fun as the Del Sol or as economical as the late 80s models, it does everything well.
It hauls almost as much as our 2010 Outback, using 1/3rd less gas.
Consistently gets 37-38 mpg in mixed driving, tops 40 with consistent driving under 70 mph. The Fit is just plain easy & fun to drive. I opted for the Base to for the better gas mileage & ride.
Outfitted with better tires & aftermarket rear sway it never lost its composure driven as when driven as hard as possible in performance driving school. My only complaints are road noise & the fact that my thighs get a little sore after 90 minutes behind the wheel - not good for distances

No Lagin Wagon

Mon, August 03rd, 1925 16:24:52 by arbolero


Score

Performance 5
Comfort 5
Fuel economy 5
Fun to drive 5
Exterior design 5
Interior design 5
Built quality 5
Reliability 5

Very impressed.
I wouldn't race anybody for pinks with this car, but it's still very lively when I need it to accelerate and responsive when I need it to handle.
I drive treacherous, windy, mountain roads.

Honda has made a proven winner and, remarkably, it remains unseated by any of the market's other small cars which are trying so hard, but not quite measuring up.
I average 36 to 39 mpg on a tank.
The seats are supportive and comfortable enough for 5 hours continuous driving.
The drivers seat is spacious enough for a 6'1" driver.
A 6'8" friend of mine was not able to sit comfortably in the driver's seat.

Tires burst easily on tiny tires

Sun, July 15th, 1923 02:16:50 by bbillyo


Score

Performance 2
Comfort 2
Fuel economy 2
Fun to drive 3
Exterior design 3
Interior design 4
Built quality 4
Reliability 2

2 blowouts in a few months. $170 a pop. Get a better car.

Great Little Car

Thu, June 08th, 1916 08:15:42 by co3945


Score

Performance 4
Comfort 3
Fuel economy 5
Fun to drive 4
Exterior design 3
Interior design 5
Built quality 4
Reliability 4

I have had my Fit Sport 5MT for over 3 months and I am very pleased with the car. I purchased it to take over daily driver duties from my BMW 330Ci. I wanted a car that is fun to drive, inexpensive to operate, and high on practicality, and so far the Fit delivers on all counts.

The cargo area is very capacious, and the Fit was able to carry 4 new boxed 16" aftermarket wheels behind the back seats. I am also able to fit my road bike in the back using a fork-mount rack. I only need to fold one seat and I do not need to drop the seat on my bike to load it back there (I am 5'10" and ride a 56cm frame). Seating in the back is fine with ample head and leg room considering the size of the car.

A great car

Sat, August 26th, 1911 06:56:18 by wolf12373


Score

Performance 4
Comfort 4
Fuel economy 5
Fun to drive 5
Exterior design 5
Interior design 5
Built quality 5
Reliability 5

Honda somehow managed to squeeze an incredible amount of space inside this car. With the two ?magic seats? in the back folded down it is possible to put almost anything in. The Fit?s 4- cylinder engine is more than adequate for everyday driving. I found the Fit to be extremely nimble as well. But the icing on the cake is the fuel efficiency. This car is rated 33/37, but I have been easily been able to average 40+ MPG.The Fit does not provide breakneck speed, exquisite luxury, or loads of extra features. On the other hand, it does have a great deal of one thing: Practicality. It is a no frills machine for moving people and stuff in a fun, comfortable manner.

2nd Fit purchased new

Fri, March 13th, 1908 19:47:42 by heffelz8


Score

Performance 4
Comfort 5
Fuel economy 5
Fun to drive 5
Exterior design 5
Interior design 5
Built quality 5
Reliability 5

The wife and myself owned a 2008 Fit while living abroad in Europe.
When we moved back to the States, we purchased another Fit.
For a compact car, Honda really managed to cram a whole lot into this vehicle without making it seem over-done.
Fit and finish is quite nice, along with the overall design.
This car works, it's practical, very lively to drive (with the stick) and very fuel efficient 36 highway and 33 in town.
I am 6'6" 210 lbs and fit very very well in this car.
My knees don't hit anything on the way in or out.
Loading height is great whether you're 5'2, like my wife, or my size.
I would buy a 3rd fit if I ever felt so inclined to get another family member in one.

Great hatchback, perfect car

Wed, February 05th, 1908 13:01:26 by fitnc


Score

Performance 4
Comfort 4
Fuel economy 5
Fun to drive 4
Exterior design 4
Interior design 3
Built quality 5
Reliability 5

I've had this car for 2 years now. It's best habit is the city and the burbs. I use mine for work and it's great for piling full of equipment and also the occasional creature that needs a ride. On the weekends it can haul camping gear or stuff from home depot. It's not a -powerful- car, but the engine is capable if you gear it properly, the engine needs to kept in it's proper power band, the paddles help do that. It is a very lively driving experience, but remember to gear down to 4/3 to have enough torque so you don't get stuck, ex merging/passing, etc. The hatch is the perfect height to keep me dry when rooting through the cargo area, I'm 5-11 and I fit.

Honda replaced fiat

Tue, November 28th, 1905 18:36:08 by fixitagaintony


Score

Performance 4
Comfort 4
Fuel economy 4
Fun to drive 3
Exterior design 4
Interior design 4
Built quality 5
Reliability 5

13000 klm so far, so good.
Gas mileage is the same as the fiat 500 I traded and uses regular gas and has lots more room.
Smooth ride and good handling.

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