Honda of Burleson Reviews the 2011 Fit for Dallas - Ft. Worth
2011-09-28The 2011 Honda Fit is your five-door accomplice ready to spring into action and pour on the energy in conquering all urban challenges. The Fit is an all-around hero in efficiency, and has a rockin' and fun style to go with it.
No car can go faster than a speeding bullet or leap tall buildings, but no one expects that in a car. To see what a super hero car looks like, just watch the 2011 Honda Fit in action as it tackles everything rugged roads of Metropolis and gas guzzling "Fuelivores" throw its way. It's versatile! It's frugal! It's fun! Meet your urban accomplice, the Honda Fit, at Honda of Burleson, serving the Dallas - Fort Worth metroplex.
Kryptonite has nothing on the Honda Fit as the five-door subcompact car drips with energy of its own with a go-getting 117-hp i-VTEC four-cylinder engine. i-VTEC technology ensures the Fit maximizes every bit of its horsepower. A Drive-by-Wire throttle system and precisely tuned suspension supply the muscle for smooth acceleration and extreme agility. Five-speed automatic transmission with dual-mode paddle shifters is available as a standard in the Honda Fit Sport, the sportier Fit with a few extra tricks up its sleeves.
The new Fit works hard to fit you, not the other way around. Supportive seats with title and telescopic steering column will bow to your preferences. One day you may have a lot of stuff to tow and the next you may escort your family or best buddies to that event you've talked about for months. Everyone and everything has a place in the Fit with the second row Magic Seat that opens the door to many seating and storage options. Five of you? Sure, and you can even bring along 20 cubic feet of stuff.
Someone going off to college? Dump the rent-a-hauler for the Fit's 57-cubic-feet of flat space. Need to accommodate tall things like shelves or standing lamps? Just flip up the Magic Seat and presto chango and you've conjured up four feet of room from floor to ceiling. Going surfing, buying a rug or transporting a ladder? Fold the front passenger seat and right side of the rear seat down to accommodate seven-foot-long items.
Along with being a superhero of space efficiency, the 2011 Honda Fit loves to conquer the world with super sipping and protection capabilities. With an estimated EPA rating of 28 mpg city and 35 mpg highway, your time between gas fill ups drop as do your stress levels from spending less time and money at the gas station. Being on a first name basis with the gas station attendant isn't in the cards since you won't visit often.
Instead of x-ray vision, the Honda Fit comes with packed ABS, anti-locking braking system that is. Also comprising the muscles of the Fit's "six-pack" are electronic brake distribution (EBD), six airbags, active front head restraints, Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACE) body structure, automatic tensioning seatbelts and vehicle stability assist (VSA).
"Since it debuted in 2007, the Fit has been the quintessential Honda: fun to drive, astonishingly versatile and made well enough to make you forget that you were driving one of the least expensive cars on the road. Its efficient four-cylinder engine means you don't have to buy a hybrid in order to cut down on gas consumption, while its spirited handling gives you a reason to enjoy the drive," writes Edmunds.com in its 2011 Honda Fit review. That sounds like a super hero of a car. You can find the Fit's hideout at Honda of Burleson, serving Dallas, Fort Worth and surrounding cities.
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