Take a Peak at 2013 Honda Fit EV Review


The Model:

Honda Fit EV is purely an electric car that comes fully equipped with just a single trim. It is inspired from Fit Sport in its design, with some additional key attributes. The seat is built from biodegradable material; the instrument cluster has got fresh gauges; front seats are heated; and you can also find a key fob and smartphone application that enables the driver to power the air conditioning as the car charges. A thin strip of chrome has replaced the grill opening outside, followed by a larger rear spoiler and certain other body tweaks, which make the car more aerodynamic.


The car is typically gasoline powered that runs on a 1.5 liter 4-cylinder engine with 106 lb-ft torque and 117 horsepower that is either fed to a 5-speed manual transmission or 5-speed automatic. It has a 92-kilowatt electric motor and uses a regenerative system for braking and only a single-gear transmission system that will charge the battery at the time of starting and stopping. Maximum speed that you can achieve with this car is 90 MPH.


From the interiors, the Honda Fit EV is much like its older version, offering sufficient space for longer necks and legs. The latest flooring folds upward, revealing an expansive and flat space that will swallow even the tallest cargo like no other small car. The ergonomics is cool, and so is the rubbers, plastics, and complete assembly quality. The “low-resolution infotainment system” is a surprise package from Honda Fit EV.

To put it simple, Honda Fit EV is real surprise to drive and undoubtedly, in a good sense.