Redesigned 2015 Honda Fit seats 6’5 inch driver in class leading interior
Thanks to our friends at Kendall Honda of Eugene and Ron Tonkin Honda of Portland,Ore., Torque News was kept in the loop as to the pending arrival of the 2015 Fit to the Pacific Northwest. We drove our first production Fit at Kendall Thursday Afternoon. Better late than never, the Hocho in Mexico Fit has caught our attention.
Tall cowboy fits in the Fit.
At 6’5” tall, it’s not often that this journalist can sit comfortably in many European and Japanese imports. Long willing to adjust the seat all the way back on its rails while tilting the upper seat in a steep decline, this driver would often find knees to dash and head to the headliner. This is not the case with the 2015 Honda Fit.
So, we’ll start this review by spewing glowing experlatives as to the interior attributes, fit, finish and tech-rich interior of the totally redesigned Fit. This car is everything Honda promised and more. We found no compromise on interior accommodations right down to the double cup holder. O.K., perhaps we wouldn’t of located the cup holder in front of the shifting council. But then again, this is a sub-compact with limited accoutrement space in the forward cockpit.