2015’s Ten Best Cars For The Money

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1. Honda Fit

The Honda Fit ranked #1 out of 17 in affordable subcompact cars, based on an average of published reviews. With exceptional fuel economy of 33 mpg city and 41 mpg highway, the Fit will save you in money at the pump. The Fit handles nimbly, with a comfortable ride and tight suspension. A rarity for a car its size, the Fit has ample backseat legroom for its passengers, without needing to inconvenience those in the front seat. Compared to its rivals, the Fit has more pep in its step when hitting the gas, and the optional six-speed manual transmission makes it a joy to drive. In its review of the Fit, Edmunds summarized by writing: “There’s something here for a wide swath of people. Whether it is accommodating passengers or carrying odd objects, the Fit conforms to you. Nearly all the things that made the old Fit appealing have been made better – it’s nimble, sips less fuel and has a more occupant-friendly cabin. And with its more settled freeway demeanor and less annoying steering, the Fit feels more grown-up than ever.”

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