Monday, June 6, 2011

Bark Buckle UP tests the 2011 Honda FIT

The 2011 Fit is Honda’s subcompact offering, with a base price of $15,100. The little hatchback is designed to maximize fuel economy while at the same time offering interior utility that is typically reserved for much larger vehicles. And when it comes to the pet owner on a budget, those are two very important attributes. Read full review, video and photos here.

The Fit is a cute little hatch with an amazing 57.3 cubic feet of maximum cargo space. That’s more space than some crossovers, and Honda’s design team made sure that space was usable by making the second row seats foldable, or they can be hoisted up so the cabin can swallow up taller items like a kennel. When the rear seats aren’t folded or stowed rear legroom is a bit tight, though, which can make seating for five all but impossible. We’re pretty sure Fido won’t mind the back seat accommodations, but only with a seat belt harness.

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