It is small but zippy and fun to drive!
The fit has been very reliable up until recently - at about 125k miles the suspension stabilizer bars broke and the fuel pump went out. When the fuel pump went out, it was sudden and left me stranded - it was also quite expensive to fix at around $800. At around 90k miles my vehicle had an issue with the distribution of power in the spark plugs, it took some time for the dealer to diagnose this, but it was also about $600. The only other continuing issues that I have had is that the back hatch leaks water that collects in the spare tire well. Oddly, I have also had to replace the headlight bulbs multiple times in the past 3 years. Other than those issues and general maintenance, this has been a great car! My fit is a sport model with a manual transmission - it is really fun to drive and if I shift properly I have no issue accelerating on the highway. . I purchased an extra set of snow tires and rims for my vehicle for winter, and it was like having a new car. With the snow tires, the fit handles quite well on snowy roads.