fairly significant
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
9,309 miles

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2010 Honda Fit Owner Comments

problem #3

Jun 132013

Fit 4-cyl

  • 15,332 miles


At approximately 15332 miles on June 13 2013 the TPMS light came on, advising that a tire pressure monitor had failed. It was replaced, but was not covered by warranty by jim white Honda in maumee Ohio.. less than 4 weeks later at approximately 16846 miles on July 13 2013 the TPMS light came on again. It was replaced and was covered by warranty by holman Honda of fort lauderdale Florida. These tire pressure monitors are required by law. Having two different tires fail within weeks of each other at such low mileage on a car that is rarely and carefully driven is a clear indication of some sort of defect. Calls to Honda customer service were pointless and the first failure cost $215.93. I was never given the parts or told anything except that the parts "failed". as part of the tread act, because they are safety equipment I believe that defective tire pressure monitors should be covered by warranty regardless of the date of purchase, and I want to be reimbursed and a recall issued.

- Oakland Park, FL, USA

problem #2

Apr 012010

Fit 4-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 4,000 miles
The contact owns a 2010 Honda Fit equipped with dunlop SP31 tires, size P175/65R15. Upon starting the vehicle a "tire pressure" light illuminated on the dashboard. The vehicle was taken to an authorized dealer where he was informed the low pressure was due to climatic changes. The tires were then filled with air to the proper tire pressure. The failure has since recurred twice, every 4,000 miles. The failure mileage was 4,000 and the current mileage was 12,500. Updated 01/25/11 the consumer stated he purchased 4 new tires. Updated 02/14/11

- Dalton, WA, USA

problem #1

Nov 012010


  • 8,595 miles
I've recently purchased a Honda Fit sport 2010, about 6 months ago, the mileage is at 7,000 miles. Last night, the driver's side tire completely blew out while I was driving on the freeway.

- Beverly Hills, CA, USA

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