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Nissan 370Z vs. Honda Fit Reliability

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Results are for year ending September 30, 2016. Only successfully completed repairs are currently included in the analysis. Routine maintenance, most wear items, recalls, and problems fixed with just a reflash or warning light reset are not included.
Year Make/Model Repair Trips Per 100 Cars Compared to all models for the same year    
2016 Honda Fit   small sample, members only   see reported repairs
  20 Fits, 6.7 months of data per Fit, average 4600 miles

* Small sample, members only.

 

2015 Honda Fit 29
47.619047619% 47.619047619% Fewest Trips Most Trips
see reported repairs
  80 Fits, 9.4 months of data per Fit, average 14500 miles

Redesigned.

 

2013 Honda Fit 19
16.0098522167% 16.0098522167% Fewest Trips Most Trips
see reported repairs
  60 Fits, 9.6 months of data per Fit, average 31200 miles

 

2012 Honda Fit 9
0% 0% Fewest Trips Most Trips
see reported repairs
  41 Fits, 9.5 months of data per Fit, average 50400 miles

 

2011 Honda Fit 23
12.2710622711% 12.2710622711% Fewest Trips Most Trips
see reported repairs
  28 Fits, 11.4 months of data per Fit, average 61800 miles

 

2010 Honda Fit 16
2.01465201465% 2.01465201465% Fewest Trips Most Trips
see reported repairs
  43 Fits, 10.3 months of data per Fit, average 67300 miles

 

2009 Honda Fit 23
5.39358600583% 5.39358600583% Fewest Trips Most Trips
see reported repairs
  89 Fits, 9.8 months of data per Fit, average 87800 miles

Redesigned.
2009 Nissan 370Z   small sample, members only   see reported repairs
  15 370Zs, 10.3 months of data per 370Z, average 55000 miles

* Small sample, members only.

 

2008 Honda Fit 32
13.7362637363% 13.7362637363% Fewest Trips Most Trips
see reported repairs
  48 Fits, 10.3 months of data per Fit, average 104900 miles
2008 Nissan 350Z   small sample, members only   see reported repairs
  10 350Zs, 8.6 months of data per 350Z, average 57300 miles

* Very small sample, members only.

 

2007 Honda Fit 36
14.039408867% 14.039408867% Fewest Trips Most Trips
see reported repairs
  52 Fits, 9.6 months of data per Fit, average 105800 miles
2007 Nissan 350Z   small sample, members only   see reported repairs
  11 350Zs, 9.9 months of data per 350Z, average 53800 miles

* Very small sample, members only.

 

2006 Nissan 350Z   small sample, members only   see reported repairs
  15 350Zs, 6.6 months of data per 350Z, average 78500 miles

* Small sample, members only.

 

2005 Nissan 350Z   small sample, members only   see reported repairs
  17 350Zs, 8.6 months of data per 350Z, average 64900 miles

* Small sample, members only.

 

2004 Nissan 350Z   small sample, members only   see reported repairs
  18 350Zs, 8.2 months of data per 350Z, average 73600 miles

* Small sample, members only.

 

2003 Nissan 350Z   small sample, members only   see reported repairs
  23 350Zs, 9.0 months of data per 350Z, average 116500 miles

* Small sample, members only.

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TrueDelta Reviews the Reliability And Durability of the 2015 Honda Fit

2015 Honda Fit Reliability And Durability: Pros
YearComment
2015 I'm going to go out on a limb (if only a few feet) and predict that the new Honda Fit will remain among the most reliable cars you can buy. Why the lack of certainty? Redesigns can create problems where there were none before. Also, the third-generation Fit is hencho en Mexico. Except for the transmission--that's shipped across the Pacific from Indonesia. I don't ascribe much importance to where a car is manufactured in itself. Engineering and quality control processes--for components at least as much as final assembly--matter much more than the location of the assembly plant. But the Mexican plant is new with a green labor force, so initial cars might have been glitchy. On the tested car, the doors weren't as precisely aligned as in the typical Honda. Now that they have a year under their belts they've likely gotten their act together. Through the end of 2014 the new Fit scored pretty well in our car reliability survey. As has the also made-in-Mexico Versa Note, but I have less confidence in the Nissan's score owing to much smaller sample sizes and a less laudable previous generation. In both cases it's far too early to predict long-term reliability, but the Honda has the better track record. full 2015 Honda Fit review
 

What Our Members Are Saying about the Reliability And Durability of the 2015 Honda Fit

2015 Honda Fit Reliability And Durability: Pros
YearBody/PowertrainComment
2013 4dr Hatch 117-horsepower 1.5L I4
5-speed manual FWD
It's up to the reputation of Honda. Perfect. full 2013 Honda Fit review
2012 4dr Hatch 117-horsepower 1.5L I4
5-speed automatic FWD
This is my second Honda Fit. Neither of them have required repairs. full 2012 Honda Fit review
2015 Honda Fit Reliability And Durability: Cons
YearBody/PowertrainComment
2013 4dr Hatch 117-horsepower 1.5L I4
5-speed manual FWD
The other reason was sheer reliability. Lots of little things went wrong with the car, and a spotty dealer network meant each one took 3-5 hours out of my day. The shifter knob came off in my hand while driving. The steering shaft developed a "clunk" and needed fixing. Various bits of plastic trim came off. The seat got a little wobbly. All of this in the first nine months! full 2013 Honda Fit review