Overview of the Honda Fit (2016)

The 2016 Honda Fit demonstrates that literalism has its place in car names, which typically consist of seemingly random phrases or alphanumeric jumbles. After all, if there’s one thing this Honda is famed for, it’s the remarkable amount of cargo space it can squeeze within its little hatchback shape. The current Fit boasts more rear legroom than ever before, as well as a decent list of standard and optional technologies. With exceptional fuel economy, you’ve got a one-of-a-kind car that represents excellent value in this class.

One of the Fit’s most notable features is its so-called “Magic Seat,” a specially designed rear seat with a flip-up seat bottom to make carrying behind the front seatbacks easier. Alternatively, you may fold the rear seatbacks forward and leave the bottom of the seat down, creating a cargo compartment that rivals some small crossovers. If you’re moving from a previous Fit model, additional features like leather upholstery and keyless ignition will certainly please you. Core Fit characteristics like agile handling and good vision are, thankfully, still present and accounted for.


A 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine produces 130 horsepower and 114 pound-feet of torque in the 2016 Honda Fit. The LX and EX come standard with a six-speed manual transmission, while the EX-L and EX-L with Navi come standard with a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). During Edmunds testing, an EX-L with Navi went from zero to 60 mph in 8.8 seconds, which is faster than the subcompact segment’s average sprint time. The 2016 Fit manual-transmission gets 32 mpg combined according to EPA estimations. Except for the entry-level LX, which gets 36 mpg combined, all CVT-equipped vehicles get 35 mpg combined.



Antilock brakes (front disc, rear drum), stability and traction control, front side airbags, side curtain airbags, and active head restraints are all standard on every 2016 Honda Fit.
When the right turn signal is enabled, the LaneWatch blind-spot system (standard on EX and above) incorporates a camera in the passenger-side mirror housing that gives a low and wide view of the blind area.
In Edmunds braking testing, a Navi EX-L came to a stop from 60 mph in 127 feet, which is roughly 5 feet longer than the class average. The 2016 Fit achieved a five-star overall rating (out of a potential five stars) in government crash testing, with five stars for complete frontal impact protection and five stars for total side-impact protection. The Fit received the highest grade of “Good” in the moderate-overlap frontal-offset, side-impact, and roof strength tests performed by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. The Fit received a “Acceptable” rating in the small-overlap frontal-offset test (second highest). Whiplash protection in rear impacts was rated “Good” for the Fit’s seat/head restraint system.


Most individuals will find the 2016 Fit to be a comfortable fit, though long-legged drivers may yearn for additional legroom and steering-wheel reach. For this market, every trim level offers a modern-looking dashboard and acceptable materials quality. Standard features like as USB connection and Bluetooth audio streaming help set the current Fit apart from its more basic predecessors. The EX and EX-L models come standard with a 5-inch color infotainment display, while the EX and EX-L trims include a 7-inch touchscreen


Overview of the Toyota Vitz 

The Toyota Vitz is a compact car manufacture and marketed by the Toyota Motor Corporation since 1999. The first two generation of the Toyota Vitz had got the great fame and success that it exceeds the sale of 3.5 millions in more than 70 countries. The Toyota Vitz 2015 is another model of the line which is very popular around the world.

Standard Features

The standard features of the Toyota Vitz 2015 are just so astonishingly huge in range. Every single technology that can fit in this subcompact car is there. Be it comfort, control and handling, engine and transmission or safety and security features. All these huge features make this car popular and competitive around the world.

The standard features of the car includes air conditioning, for better control and handling of the car it is fitted with traction control system, electronic brake force distribution and electronic stability program. Moreover, the entertainment features in the car includes Radio CD with 6 Speakers.

Driver Standards

For safety and make the drive easy and fun for the driver, the Toyota Vitz 2015 is mated with adjustable steering wheel – tilt & telescopic, mobile phone connectivity, power steering, leather steering wheel, trip computer, reversing camera and cruise control.

Engine & Transmission

The Toyota Vitz 2015 comes with the engines ranges from 996 to 1496 cc mated with Automatic transmission.

Fuel Consumption

The fuel consumption of the Toyota Vitz 2015 on average is 15 KM/L mileage with fuel tank capacity of 42 liters which is very sufficient for long road trip.

Exterior / Interior

The exterior of the Toyota Vitz 2015 is extremely stylish and comes with all the elegant features. The fog light on the front gives a very classy look to the car. The power mirrors helps in driving and provide better view.Interior is, I say very spacious to the size of this car, the soft touch and durable seats that has been achieved by making the upholstery with the most premium quality material. The cloth trim, power windows are additional standards in the car.

Safety Features

Safety of any car is the most important feature that one look for while buying a new or used car. The manufacturer pay detailed attention to provide the uppermost safety in the Vitz 2015. The safety features in the car includes anti-lock braking, head airbags, seatbelts – pre-tensioners front seats, dual front airbag package, protective glazing in addition to side front air bags. Moreover, security includes engine immobilizer as well as central locking remote control system.

Overview of the Nissan Note

What should you look for in a Nissan Note?

The Nissan Note, a relatively new model, was positioned between the B and C segments, bridging the gap between compact automobiles and multi-purpose vehicles.

It was a surprisingly handy choice in the small car market after being introduced at the Paris Motor Show in 2004. Despite not giving the same exciting driving experience as other tiny cars, it found its way into UK roads in 2006 and was a surprisingly useful option in the small car market.

It did, however, give consumers with a large amount of room in a secure shell at a reasonable price, which was retained when Nissan revised the model in 2013.

The second-generation Note was exactly as good as the first edition in terms of practicality, comfort, and high levels of safety, despite the lack of excitement. The 2013 model had a nice upgrade, with enhanced driving dynamics and a redesigned interior, although it may not have sparked as much interest as some of its competitors.

It was given a makeover in 2015, which includes new safety technologies and an improved choice of fuel-efficient engines, making the Note a very good buy and run value.