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will 99% most likely be my next car. it comes in next week and i just wanted to get some outside opinions on the car. if anyone knows of a friend or somthing that owns one please ask them what they think of it. ill be getting the sport trim which adds a few features including and OEM lip kit that looks pretty nice
It's personal preference. I'm sure it's a good car, but I think it looks too much like a mini-minivan. You buy what YOU like.
I agree... I was looking at both the Fit and xB when I was shopping around. I really like the interior of the fit, and it's really well laid out, but I just don't like the body lines. It really looks like they shrunk an Odyssey or something.
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Originally Posted by cavalierkid888
zOmg! I just duck taped a sway bar to my fridge, and now it's drifting all over the kitchen!
Not a bad vehicle. If you want a sporty wagaon type of thing, you owe it to yourself to investigate the '08 xb. Full details will be announced Feb 8th at the Chicago Autoshow.
At least wait till then. Worst case scenerio: You're in the fit a little bit later. Best case scenerio: you save yourself from the "I could hadda B if I just would have waited a few days" buyer's remorse that might surface.
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depends on what your looking for in a car. the fit handles very well, gets great gas mileage, manual and auto w/ paddle shifting availiable. well laid out interior and lots of gee-wizz features. but if you are more into speed, then no, it is not the car for you. true there are some really good ones in the tuner mags, but all of them are done with expensive k20 swaps.
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