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Top Poster: Raaaaaaaaaay. (16,249)
George, I don't know how familiar you are with scooter CVTs but they definitely have separate clutches. I am not debating the fine differences, that is indisputable but when you say both CVTs can not be compared, here is where I disagree.
You wouldn't want to compare a CVT to a hydraulic automatic transmission, or a manual transmission, or some other way of changing the ratios of transfer, but all CVTs are basically operating on the same basic principle - CONTINUOUS ...
I just bought my new EX CVT last night and the total out the door price deal I got was $20,304, which was pretty good to me. However, low and behold when sitting and signing all the paperwork in the finance office I ended up signing for the extended warranty which is bumper to number coverage for 7yrs/100,000 miles for an extra $2,300, which I'm having major second thoughts about now.... that's a lot of extra money.
This is my first time buying a new car so I don't know if ...
"Here are excerpts from the latest article written about Consumer Reports about cars for reliability ratings (Oct 27, 2014, ABC News) Japanese brands generally fared well in Consumer Reports' survey, which predicts the reliability of 2015 model year cars and trucks based on a survey of subscribers who own 1.1 million vehicles from current or prior model years.
Mazda, Honda and Subaru joined Toyota in the top ten. Audi was the highest scoring non-Japanese brand, while Buick was the only domestic brand in the top ten.
But Japanese brands don't have a complete lock on quality. The magazine isn't recommending the 2015 Honda Fit subcompact, for example, since it will be the first produced in Mexico and its quality may not match those previously made in Japan."
Model EX-L Navi 6 MT Blue
Canadian version better than American !!!
Version EX-L Navi
Heated mirrors and automatic climate control system with air filtration !!!
Should not have recalls for Canada.
The bland cup of Japan with an eye on the Mexican.
Honda Canada a bit more.
thank you MysTiC27
Vite Vit Ma FIT
Decided to solve my lack of lighting in the rear cargo area with (4) 16mm bolt LED's in the cargo compartment and (4) in the hatchback.
The results are amazing! Super bright now when I raise the hatch. Check out the pics.
My work in progress. Daily driver, Track-days, and Auto-crossing.
Super GT Lighten Crank Pulley
Skunk2 High Pressure Rad Cap
Weapon R header w/ DEI exhaust wrap
HKS Axle Back
Mobil 1 Full Syn engine oil
Simota Catch Can
Drivetrain and Steering:
Honda Manual Trans oil
Motor Mounts Filled (urethane)
Blox Steering Rack Solid Bushings
Gorilla Locking Lugs (Black)
this car is 100% so might be the 1st turbocharged gk in the world??? others will debut at sema but we're done, not tuned do to time but runs on an aem infinity with a sfwd style custom turbo set up!! ill post more pics later so stay tuned
"So I wanted an additional light in my trunk to see the stuff on the side that's generally not lit because you know ... sometimes it's really dark at night and these old beady eyes can't see well.
I had an extra trunk light lens assembly but you can use any lamp assembly, and the white LED with 3M sticky tape backing on Amazon works really well too - however I don't recommend attaching them straight on the cloth interior without some form of heat sink since they get really hot. Those LEDs are REALLY bright but I chose not to use them because they don't fit in the OEM lens assembly. Tangent aside, here goes. Oh btw I took some of these pics backwards.
Lower the rear seats first. You're going to have to pull apart the left side plastic panel in the trunk. Use something ..."
About time! I love this car and I am a Honda fan but Honda can not continue to build cars with the issues that this new Fit has. I am still going to buy one but they can do better with the quality issues.
I like to enjoy the sport and handling of my honda fit what are the best tires i should put on it?????? I like to enjoy the sportiness of the honda fit and how it grabs the ground thats the kind of feeling i like when i drive it.
Not having owned a car in 35 years, I'm very rusty. I'm assuming I don't have to buy Honda 0w-20 oil, but would like suggestions/recommendations for brands.
Also, the oil is so light, I'm doubting my reading. It appears to be between the two marks, and with only 1000 miles in four months I can't imagine I'd need much if any. Any tips on being sure?
Same with what coolant to buy. It looks like I need that sooner rather than later from this morning's check. The manual ...
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