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Here are some pictures of my 2007 Honda Fit
(it is raining due to Tropical Storm Berry so pardon the water droplets you will see on the car, they are not a standard feature from the factory)

2007 Honda Fit Front
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2007 Honda Fit Front
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2007 Honda Fit Front
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2007 Honda Fit Front
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2007 Honda Fit Front
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2007 Honda Fit Front
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This is the normal configuration for the rear seats if you want human beings to sit in the car.

2007 Honda Fit Front
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The rear seats in this configuration creates a large flat area in the middle of the car for putting random things.

2007 Honda Fit Front
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The rear seats in this configuration provides one large flat storage space. I think this gives 42 cubic feet of storage space.

2007 Honda Fit Front
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2007 Honda Fit Front
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2007 Honda Fit Front
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This is the 109-hp, 16-valve VTEC,? 4-cylinder engine.

2007 Honda Fit Front
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2007 Honda Fit Front
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That is my new car. I have entered the world of fuel efficiency.