The 20 Most Reliable Cars for 2017

Honda Fit

There’s not much bad you can say about Honda. They’ve been designing and manufacturing reliable cars for years. They are also budget-friendly cars, which makes them one of the most popular brands out there. The Honda Fit is a smaller car, smaller than the Civic, however, this car has quite a bit of pep to it with a 1.5 liter, 130 hp engine, but coupled with the six-speed manual transmission, you can really zip. If you choose the LX model, you will get features, such as the hands-free mobile Bluetooth system among other handy features, plus quite a bit of space that you wouldn’t imagine in this sized car.

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