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Honda Fit Hybrid 2017
3.5 stars - based on 7 reviews
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Reliable Workhorse
Owned the 2018 Honda Fit Hybrid (base spec) for 14 months. This car, with it's sporty styling as compared to the previous generation of Fit GE, won me over with it's handsome looks and practicality. It's refined in EV mode, accelerates quickly due to the 7 speed DCT. However, when switching over from EV to petrol mode (forced charge due to low battery, or hard acceleration), the noise is apparent, rough and unbearable. Other than that, the endless opportunities for mod and accessories available is a joy to behold!
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A car with great concept and promise, but executed poorly
With the new generation released, dealers might be offering tempting prices and deals to clear stock. I had this car for just over a year, and comparing it with the other hatchbacks I owned previously, it is below average. The biggest drawback is the poor noise insulation. While noise insulation is not ideal in this class, the Fit has such bad insulation that any road surface besides the newly laid ones will give you a headache or drained you mentally at the very least after a long drive. This is also not helped that the rear suspension is stiff, giving rear riders a rough ride. On hot days, it is made even worse by the poor heat insulation as the car heats up fast. Turning up the air-con barely helps lower the temperature, instead only adding more noise in the cabin with the higher fan speed. I averaged about 24km/litre in this hybrid engine, a decent figure. However, precise weight on the foot pedal is required to maintain at electric mode; Pedal is sensitive and the slightest force will switch it back to petrol. This can be quite tiring on your legs. I was also not impressed with the jerky hybrid system when switching between electric and petrol modes. I have driven Toyota hybrids and the transition is almost undetectable. In my opinion, the Fit Hybrid has a nice concept, but executed poorly. There are things that I like: clear view out, good ride height, suitable for seniors to get in and out. I am most impressed with the rear seat and boot space. I would recommend getting the 1.5F version if you definitely have to get this car, as it has the magic seats, which I feel is the only main selling point. I got the 1.5(A), a stripped down version with no magic seats. It was a bad decision because with all the flaws mentioned, some practicality could have helped balance the playing field. In summary, if you are looking for a mini hatch with good fuel economy and practicality, the Fit Hybrid is definitely the car for you, but I'm referring to the new generation. I heard it is a big improvement. The small amount you save is not worth the comfort you will lose out in this car. However, if bootspace is not the main priority, there are many similar priced cars on the market, and I would highly suggest you to give those cars a try instead.
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Petrol friendly and easy to drive vehicle
I driven the car for about 1 week now. This car is indeed friendly on the wallet with its low running cost. On mineral oil, i am obtaining 23km/l on 60% City driving. Anyone out there finding a normal small car for single/small family should consider the Fit Hybrid. Previously a sports bike rider, i am impress with the handling and suspension of the car. It is firm enough yet no too hard for the drive, well done Honda in this detail. Improvement can be made for the switch over from EV to Engine as the startup do produce a obvious noise( but understandable as the car need to start the ICE).
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Disappointing ride
Have been driving my Fit Hybrid for the last 3 weeks. Like the previous reviews the engine is lively for 1100kg car and my Fit also came pretty spartan. I have been getting about 22km/l on mainly highway driving and it is no where near the 32 km/l spec. What I do not like is the quality of the petrol engine and the way the petrol engine takes over on non hybrid drive. Firstly it is a noisy and unrefined petrol engine. I am surprised as I previously owned a JDM accord and the engine was pretty quiet and smooth. Secondly the way the petrol engine cuts in from the electric motor at Low gearing is also noisy and a bit too rough for my liking. At times you can even hear the metallic clicking during Low gear changes. The suspension is also pretty hard and there is too much body rattling while over slight uneven ground. I wonder if anyone has the same experience
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