Are you in the market for a family hatchback, an Uber taxi car, or just a personal car with good fuel economy and low running costs? The Mazda Verisa and Honda Fit are both great options to consider, with both being affordable subcompact hatchbacks. In this Mazda Verisa vs. Honda Fit comparison review, we will look at their running costs, their exterior and interior features, and ultimately what sets them apart from each other to help you decide which is a better option for you.
By the late 1950s, Mazda began to look for ways to separate itself from the narrow kei car market and differentiate itself from the larger Japanese automakers. The company found a great deal of inspiration from the sporty styling and Wankel rotary engine of the NSU Ro 80. In 2016, Mazda was the fifteenth largest global automaker with a sales volume of more than 1.5 million vehicles. Given that there are so many fun Mazdas out there to drive, we thought we’d make it easier to choose one for yourself. See BE FORWARD’s top four easy-to-love Mazda cars!
For first-time car buyers it is advisable to buy a trusted and easy to service vehicle, and one that doesn’t break the bank is an added bonus. Those looking for a used car in Zimbabwe will find that Japanese used cars tick all of these boxes, but with so many cars to choose from it can be difficult to decide on what’s best for you. Here, we take a look at some of the best first car recommendations you can buy—all for less than $1,000!