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>> They tell me the Honda Fit has been major hit in showrooms though I never see one on the road, but I also don't show them languishing on dealer lots either so I guess so. Anyway no sooner do I not see anyone driving the current one then the new one arrives. This 2009 Fit. It does a more substantial people mover look to the rear quarters, yet it also looks a little less dumpy back there. In fact if you squint you could almost take it for a Mercedes A-Class. The dash seems to come largely from the same cloth as the previous car, although I'm glad to see the dumb big three climate knobs are gone from the center stack. And note the LCD screen for AV and Nav. You never had that in the current Fit so it looks as though the littlest Honda up-market a wee bit.
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