We see a lot of comparisons including the Honda Accord and Civic because they are two of Hondas most popular vehicles. So this article comparing the 2014 Honda Fit and Nissan Versa-Note definitely caught our attention.
Especially because the 2014 Honda Fit was declared the better value by Torquenews.com.
“In closing, you get what you pay for. While both makes offer great value for the dollar spent, we believe that the Honda will hold up better for the long term while providing a more pleasurable driving, ownership experience. By the time we factor in initial purchase price, overall quality of product, standard features and performance, the Honda Fit wins this very close small hatchback sector comparison.”
The article complains of lame performance and uninspired interior in the Nissan Versa. By comparison, “The interior of the Fit Sport as comparably priced to an optional feature loaded Versa-Note is superior as to aesthetics, ergonomic placement and standard creature comforts.”
Yes, the Honda Fit starts at $1,500 more than the Nissan Versa-Note, but we all know there’s a difference between “affordable” and “cheap;” the Nissan Versa-Note may have given up enough things in an effort to make it affordable that it might have crossed over into cheap.
“The 2014 Honda Fit is a great hatchback,” said Tod McLaughlin of Apple Valley Honda in Wenatchee. “Starting at just around $15,400, the Honda Fit is certainly affordable but is still a high-quality, Honda-quality vehicle.”
Stop by Apple Valley Honda, Northwest Honda, or Sims Honda dealership to take the 2014 Honda Fit for a test drive and find out exactly what makes it a better value than the Nissan Versa-Note.