The Honda Fit was easily the best subcompact on the market — great fun to drive and a deft mix of efficiency, interior space and value.

Then Honda discovered that fun doesn’t sell.

The newly redesigned 2015 Fit is still spacious, frugal and smartly engineered. But Honda — tired of seeing Fit sales lag behind those of the Chevy Sonic, Ford Fiesta and Hyundai Accent — has sucked out all the joy from the car’s handling.

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