2018 Honda Fit Sport 6MT – Redline: Review

Stable fuel prices and America’s insatiable appetite for crossovers have really hurt sales of cars in the US. However, that hasn’t stopped a few manufacturers from introducing all-new versions of sub-compacts. For years, the quintessential choice has always been a Honda Fit and for 2018, Honda has given its entry-level offering a slight refresh. For less than $18,000 dollars, you get a car with more cargo space than most sub-compact SUV’s, better MPG, more interior space, and something that is way more fun to drive. The latest Fit still gives buyers plenty of reasons to choose a sub-compact car, especially if you are on a tight budget.