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2008 Honda Fit Sport - 125,450 miles - $5,500 (Corvallis)

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2008 Honda Fit
condition: excellent
cylinders: 4 cylinders
drive: fwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 125450
paint color: black
title status: clean
transmission: manual
type: hatchback
Selling my 2008 Honda Fit Sport Hatchback 4D **MANUAL transmission** with only 125,440 miles. This car has been soooo reliable, it's tough to part with her! It could probably run for another 100,000 miles at least -- it's a Honda. Maintenance needs are very low. I have probably only put about $1,500 into it over 5 years, including new tires ($250 about 2 years ago), oil changes, and some odds and ends here and there.

Including all maintenance history for my time owning the car (and some from the previous owner -- I believe I am the 3rd owner).

Also including the trunk cover which keeps your stuff out of sight.

Speaking of the trunk, there's a reason it's called a Honda "Fit" -- literally anything can fit in this car. It is roomier than my husband's SUV. I know because I've used both when conducting environmental sampling, and the Fit MUCH more easily fits 12 coolers in the back (not kidding! Wish I had a picture) with room to spare, due to its square shape. I also have put my mountain bike in the trunk.

I'll be up front about the minor issues with it:
- Cosmetically, she could use a little freshening up. There is some sun fading of the paint on the hood and roof, as the car used to live in a sunnier state.
- The low tire pressure light tends to stay on when tires are all fine
- The starter makes a noise when cold start. I was told the "Bendix tube" may have a slight warp, but in the last 5 years this has caused zero issues and no work has been needed.
- The high beams recently stopped working. Apparently there was a recall due to the way the wiring harness was installed, so the repair may still be honored by Honda dealership.

Come get your fresh new* whip for summer joyrides today!

*Actually 15 years old but still drives like new :)

Email or contact at 97-zero-42-zero-five-8-6-nine

post id: 7755443590

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