It ain't the meat, it's the motion. Inexpensive materials, put together in a thoughtful, pleasing way. Door and headliner covering that is soft to the touch, if not pricey. A dash structure that's creased and carved to give your peripheral vision a little treat. The A-pillar triangular windows and low cowl (first introduced in the Civic in the Eighties but dropped) giving you a panoramic view of the road. The quirky creases of an exterior that would otherwise look like a box. Not mention fuel economy, price, reliability, resale value. The Fit rocks.
Jean Jennings, President & Editor-in-Chief