The Honda Fit is the best back-to-school car

The Honda Fit : The Honda tops this year's list because of its sheer versatility, much of which is down to its clever rear seat that moves and folds t
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The Honda Fit : The Honda tops this year's list because of its sheer versatility, much of which is down to its clever rear seat that moves and folds to offer a huge amount of trunk space or room for rear passengers yet in a package that's smaller and more economical than a real SUV or crossover. Photo:AFP
The Honda Fit : The Honda tops this year's list because of its sheer versatility, much of which is down to its clever rear seat that moves and folds to offer a huge amount of trunk space or room for rear passengers yet in a package that's smaller and more economical than a real SUV or crossover. Photo:AFP
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The Kia Soul : A small but well-proportioned hatchback in the SUV mould that drives a hard bargain. Prices start at just $16,000 yet a host of features are thrown in as standard. Photo:AFP
The Kia Soul : A small but well-proportioned hatchback in the SUV mould that drives a hard bargain. Prices start at just $16,000 yet a host of features are thrown in as standard. Photo:AFP
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The Mazda3 : KBB loves this car for its blend of practicality and efficiency that doesn't come at the sake of style or of useful tech-focused options, plus the fact that it comes in a number of body options - i.e., sedan and hatchback - without straying beyond the $20,000 budget. Photo:AFP
The Mazda3 : KBB loves this car for its blend of practicality and efficiency that doesn't come at the sake of style or of useful tech-focused options, plus the fact that it comes in a number of body options - i.e., sedan and hatchback - without straying beyond the $20,000 budget. Photo:AFP

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The Honda HR-V : Bigger than the Fit, the HR-V is a proper little SUV that balances style with fuel efficiency and one that offers useful features like hill assist, the option of all-wheel drive and a multi-angle review camera. Photo:AFP
The Honda HR-V : Bigger than the Fit, the HR-V is a proper little SUV that balances style with fuel efficiency and one that offers useful features like hill assist, the option of all-wheel drive and a multi-angle review camera. Photo:AFP
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The Nissan Versa Note : A sub-compact hatchback that boasts plenty of rear leg room and plenty of trunk space plus a lot of high-tech kit as standard including Bluetooth connectivity but its biggest feature is fuel economy especially when specified with a CVT transmission. Photo:AFP
The Nissan Versa Note : A sub-compact hatchback that boasts plenty of rear leg room and plenty of trunk space plus a lot of high-tech kit as standard including Bluetooth connectivity but its biggest feature is fuel economy especially when specified with a CVT transmission. Photo:AFP
First Published Date: 11 Aug 2015, 16:02 PM IST
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