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2007 Honda Fit Sport (manual)
MPG: 34
Estimated cost: N/A

The Fit is a recently introduced model, so Consumer Reports doesn't yet have pricing for it as a used car.

The magazine compliments the Fit for its roomy and versatile interior, however.

"While not overly powerful, the Fit feels responsive, with a smooth and willing engine and agile handling," the magazine's Web site also says.

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Last updated June 03 2008: 4:14 PM ET
Source: Fuel economy and Estimated Cost according to Consumer Reports' testing. Estimated Cost may include versions not named.
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