If the two Fits? A Fitsfull? Twinning the light Fittastic? Identical Finns? Twints? Fwints? Fit in one hand, Fit in the other? Fits to be tied? If they don’t Fits you must acquits? The Man With The Aluminium Fits? A Tale of Two Fities?
Fits and giggles?
I’m feeling kinda out of Fit, so do your worst in the comments. (A Fitting ending?)
They both need a bumper sticker that reads, “My other car is an identical boring soulless appliance too!”
HEY HEY HEY! Proud Fit owner, here. 🙂
You would be surprised what a hoot these are to drive. At least in my Sport model, the inside of the car (and the driving experience) has almost no relationship to a normal boring small Japanese car.
Another proud Fit Sport MANUAL owner here! Wouldn’t have it without the 5 spd…Actually, this is my second Fit. My original was totalled by a H&R driver in 2011! Let’s just say that it FIT-ted me to a T! 🙂
JDM-spec Rio Yellow Pearl Jazz VTi manual owner here. Great car, definitely NOT soulless.
I agree. That inappropriate comment would have worked w/ just about any subcompact other than the Fit.
Sorry jpc, I really tried to like the Fit, but I just couldn’t give I fit about it. Like the Element I test drove twice, it just felt like blah… nothing like the fun of my first gen Accord or Integra.
Weren’t you just telling us about how we need to give the exciting, distinctive and fun to drive Dodge Aries more credit yesterday?
“My other car is a Dodge Aries”
Though I think I’d prefer it over the Fit.
Around the corner from my ex, there is a house with two Fits in the driveway, both the same shade of light blue. Only difference is one is the base trim and the other is the Sport trim.
Any car painted orange nowadays is automatically less of an appliance, regardless of its model or intended usage. And if the owner went through the trouble of finding/ordering it twice, we know that s/he’s quite possibly One Of Us.
Help… I’m being punned to death…
A good pun is its own reword.
I couldn’t give two Fits.
Are these orange? I see bronze. maybe it’s my monitor. Isn’t this the logical outcome of front wheel drive space utilization? Fit four figures / fewest feet forward footage.
Someone where I work drives a Fit in this colour, which I believe was the first one I ever saw like this. My first thought was “metallic salmon”. A friend thought it looked like lightly oxidized copper.
Non-matching license plate frames spoil the whole thing.
Spotted driving around Los Angeles a few years back: a red Honda Fit with the vanity plate ‘HAVINGA’.
Have to give full credit to the owner for coming up with one of the better car and plate combinations I’ve run across.
There’s a blue one near Toronto with a plate that says “HISSYFIT”
A friend of mine used to have a Saturn Ion, I suggested he get a personalized license plate that said “Zwitter” and do “+-+-+-” pinstripes on it. Sadly, he never did.
My mom’s former neighbors owned identical Jeep Liberties, both silver. I have never understood the point of having two exactly identical cars.
Another oddity is that both appear to be Sport models, but display steel wheels instead of the alloys that were standard.
That color was Blaze Orange. Frankly, I have always liked this color better than my white one, but for some reason we could not get the tan interior with it (which was a Mrs. JPC requirement).
Those owners had better keep their clothes on, or we will have all the nudes that Fits to sprint. Maybe they are just into Fitness?
I’d say snow tires, but I don’t know what part of Oregon this is in. Portland and Eugene don’t exactly strike me as places you need snow tires, but they would sure come in handy in the mountains!
I snagged a brochure on the Fit a year or so ago and it showed one in a color called blue raspberry. It looked pretty neat but I have never seen one on the road in that color.
They could be skiers or they just got tired of having the wrong tires for use in temps under 40 degrees and got a set of winter tires even though they won’t see much snow.
I am surprised that they don’t have consecutive license numbers. I bought a used Mac monitor some years ago from a guy who had a room full of Mac stuff and two identical white Kias in the driveway with consecutive license numbers. These were bottom-line cars, clearly the cheapest possible new cars. From them the pair of little orange Hondas would definitely be puttin’ on the Fits.
“Don’t have a Fit!” – an anti-Honda campaign slogan
and something my mom used to say to me…
Not just two Honda Fits, but two orange Sport models (thus unlikely to be fleet cars).
Only question left is are they completely identical, or one manual, one automatic?
I was in a hurry when I shot these pics, and since then I have only seen them together once, and I’ve yet to remember to check the interiors to see just how alike, or different, they are.
We danced the light Fitdango, turned Fitwheels across the floor. I was feeling kind of Fitsick, the Fits called out for more…just a Fitter shade of pale…
There’s a Fit around here with the license plate “HISSY”.
I’ve been bored to death with the color palette the cars of the last 5 to 10 years painted the American streetscapes.There is white, silver, silverish white, black and silver with a hint of blue or tan or some other silver. There is even silver grey and grayish silver.
I am getting the fits from that. I am glad these Fits don’t fit into that see of grey. The last time a company tried to be different was 1995: Ford delivered the 1st generation Contour/ Mystique in some bold and fun colors. These colors disappeared with the second generation in ’98. Hopefully Honda keeps it up and stays colorful. I think it fits the Fits and it fits that these Fits are parked in front of a house that’s painted in an unusual and eye catching scheme.
They remind me of the twins from Austin Power’s “Goldmember”
I love them!
I did a COAL on my Gen 1 Fit, and this car was certainly not soulless, It was a real hoot to drive, charged at corners and had steering with 1.8 turns lock to lock. The little 1.5 screamed like crazy, and made all kinds of boy racer sounds while VTECing, which since the thing didn’t have any low end torque to speak of, was most of the time. The interior was amazing and could swallow a ton of stuff. Even with me flogging it in Vancouver’s horrid traffic, it still never got worse that 8.5 L/100 km. I still wish I could have talked the wife into driving it, so it went for sale
Your comment prompted me to search Youtube for “Honda Fit Autocross”.
(sorry, can’t paste the link, don’t know why)
It was only fitting that they got a matching pair, fitness professionals rocking the Fit.