Review: 2008 Honda Fit Sport

CNET Car Tech reviews the 2008 Honda Fit Sport.

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Making a virtue out of practicality, the 2008 Honda Fit Sport doesn't offer breathtaking looks, rugged capability, or racetrack speed. What it does offer is low-speed power, maneuverability, nice cabin materials, and plenty of room inside for occupants and cargo. But even with these practical points, it's a car that doesn't live up to its potential.

From our Car Tech perspective, there is very little special about the Fit. As is typical with the segment, GPS navigation isn't available. Nor does it offer Bluetooth cell phone integration, like the Nissan Versa. Also, you won't get iPod integration, like in the Scion xD. The Fit's biggest technology feature is its fairly mundane stereo.

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