Whether riding in the front or the back, you’ll have room to stretch out in a Fit, and even with five passengers, the Fit’s cargo hatch has room for backpacks, purses, and other necessities.
A name like “Magic Seat” promises a lot, and we think you’ll agree that the 2017 Honda Fit seating configurations deliver on that promise. While you can certainly store items in both the cargo area and in the rear passenger area, the Magic Seat bridges the gap between the two and offers four different seating configurations:
Utility Mode: Simple and straightforward, this mode folds down the entire rear seat and expands the cargo area from the hatch all the way to the backs of the driver and front passenger seats. Folding down both sections of the 60/40-split folding rear seat expands that 16.6 cubic feet to 52 cubic feet—that’s room for bikes, music gear, or a small couch.
Long Mode: Whether you’re hitting the waves this weekend or need to help a friend with some home repairs, Long Mode ensures the Fit has room for your gear—be it surfboard or ladder. Fold down the passenger-side rear seat and the front passenger seat to accommodate items that stretch from the glove compartment to the rear hatch.
Tall Mode: Some items are simply too tall to fit into the average hatchback, and the Magic Seat has a solution. Tall Mode lets you fold the rear seats up and rest items like plants, lamps, and flat-screen TVs on the floor of the rear passenger area, offering up to 4 feet of vertical storage.
Refresh Mode: This new Magic Seat mode is built just for you, and it’s not to be used while driving. The front seats of the 2017 Honda Fit fold backward, and the rear seats recline, allowing you to pull over after a long day, kick up your feet, and relax.
Whatever you need the Fit to be, whether it’s a work vehicle for your small business, a commuter car, or a new family vehicle, the Magic Seat makes it all a bit easier.
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