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For buyers who prefer great fuel economy, a Honda Fit is likely a nice vehicle. When they want power and enduring design car buyers go with the technology which goes into every Honda car. When you drive a nicely made Honda, you're riding with confidence. Drive any passengers on any road trip and have plenty of space for cargo when you drive a Honda Fit to do all your shopping, and experience this type of room and dependability for a long time. Honda is a dedicated automobile manufacturer celebrated for designing rugged and solid automobiles. Fuel efficiency comes at the cost of replacing parts, as the Honda Fit needs to have quality parts to run with maximum gas mileage. Solid concept and manufacturing are characteristic of Honda vehicles. A new vehicle definitely requires the best replacement parts you can buy. Decent Honda Fit Shocks dampen energy from dips on the road to deliver a more comfortable ride. Shocks come in two general types: spring-based shock absorbers which work via coil springs, and torsional shock absorbers which employ a torsion bar. Honda Fit Shocks contain a metal spring inside a cylinder which augments a vehicle's suspension. Honda Fit Shocks behave as large coil springs which look similar to pistons, transferring fluid from one chamber to another which cushions swaying from the road.


They are available for the following Honda Fit years: 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 12, 11, 10, 09, 08, 07. This part is also sometimes called Honda Fit Shock Absorber. We stock shocks parts for most Honda models including Odyssey, Civic, Pilot, Accord, CRV, Passport, Prelude, S2000, Ridgeline, CRX, Element, CRZ and Civic del Sol.

We stock these Shocks brands for the Honda Fit: KYB and Monroe.


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KYB 343487
Shock Absorber
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Our List Price: $59.98
(>35) In Stock
Product SKU: 343487
Product Note: Excel-G -- Recommended OE Replacement
Position of Product: Rear
Inventory: In Stock
Condition: New

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Additional Fitment Information: Catalog: B
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• 2007 (07) Honda Fit

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KYB 348016
Shock Absorber
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Our List Price: $49.98
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Product SKU: 348016
Product Note: Excel-G -- Recommended OE Replacement
Position of Product: Rear
Inventory: In Stock
Condition: New

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Additional Fitment Information: Catalog: B
Vehicle
• 2009 (09) Honda Fit

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KYB 343487
Shock Absorber
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Our List Price: $59.98
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Product SKU: 343487
Product Note: Excel-G -- Recommended OE Replacement
Position of Product: Rear
Inventory: In Stock
Condition: New

Shipping Options:
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Additional Fitment Information: Catalog: B
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• 2008 (08) Honda Fit

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Our List Price: $53.98
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Product SKU: 5605
Product Note: OESpectrum Passenger Car Shock Absorber -- Premium - Limited Lifetime Warranty
Position of Product: Rear
Inventory: In Stock
Condition: New

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Additional Fitment Information: Catalog: B
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• 2008 (08) Honda Fit

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KYB 348016
Shock Absorber
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Our List Price: $49.98
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Product SKU: 348016
Product Note: Excel-G -- Recommended OE Replacement
Position of Product: Rear
Inventory: In Stock
Condition: New

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Additional Fitment Information: Catalog: B
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• 2010 (10) Honda Fit

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Our List Price: $53.98
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Product SKU: 5605
Product Note: OESpectrum Passenger Car Shock Absorber -- Premium - Limited Lifetime Warranty
Position of Product: Rear
Inventory: In Stock
Condition: New

Shipping Options:
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Additional Fitment Information: Catalog: B
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• 2007 (07) Honda Fit

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Monroe 5682
Shock Absorber
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Our List Price: $37.98
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Product SKU: 5682
Product Note: OESpectrum Passenger Car Shock Absorber -- Premium - Limited Lifetime Warranty
Position of Product: Rear
Inventory: In Stock
Condition: New

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Additional Fitment Information: Catalog: B
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• 2009 (09) Honda Fit

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KYB 348016
Shock Absorber
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Our List Price: $49.98
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Product SKU: 348016
Product Note: Excel-G -- Recommended OE Replacement
Position of Product: Rear
Inventory: In Stock
Condition: New

Shipping Options:
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Additional Fitment Information: Catalog: B
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• 2012 (12) Honda Fit

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Our List Price: $66.48
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Product SKU: W0133-1847080
Product Note: Excel-G
Position of Product: Rear
Inventory: In Stock
Condition: New

Made By: OEM
(Original Equipment Manufacturer) - a replacement part made by the manufacturer of the original part.

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Additional Fitment Information: Catalog: A
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• 2007 (07) Honda Fit

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KYB 348016
Shock Absorber
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Our List Price: $49.98
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Product SKU: 348016
Product Note: Excel-G -- Recommended OE Replacement
Position of Product: Rear
Inventory: In Stock
Condition: New

Shipping Options:
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Additional Fitment Information: Catalog: B
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• 2011 (11) Honda Fit

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Monroe 5682
Shock Absorber
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Our List Price: $37.98
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Product SKU: 5682
Product Note: OESpectrum Passenger Car Shock Absorber -- Premium - Limited Lifetime Warranty
Position of Product: Rear
Inventory: In Stock
Condition: New

Shipping Options:
Ground
Additional Fitment Information: Catalog: B
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• 2010 (10) Honda Fit

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Product List Price:
$146.67
Our List Price: $66.48
(>25) In Stock
Product SKU: W0133-1847080
Product Note: Excel-G
Position of Product: Rear
Inventory: In Stock
Condition: New

Made By: OEM
(Original Equipment Manufacturer) - a replacement part made by the manufacturer of the original part.

Shipping Options:
Ground, Overnight, 2 Day
Additional Fitment Information: Catalog: A
Vehicle
• 2008 (08) Honda Fit

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Product List Price:
$121.45
Our List Price: $56.48
(23) In Stock
Product SKU: W0133-1918927
Product Note: Excel-G
Position of Product: Rear
Inventory: In Stock
Condition: New

Made By: OEM
(Original Equipment Manufacturer) - a replacement part made by the manufacturer of the original part.

Shipping Options:
Ground, Overnight, 2 Day
Additional Fitment Information: Catalog: A
Vehicle Sub Model
• 2009 (09) Honda Fit Sport 

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Monroe 5682
Shock Absorber
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Our List Price: $37.98
(30) In Stock
Product SKU: 5682
Product Note: OESpectrum Passenger Car Shock Absorber -- Premium - Limited Lifetime Warranty
Position of Product: Rear
Inventory: In Stock
Condition: New

Shipping Options:
Ground
Additional Fitment Information: Catalog: B
Vehicle
• 2012 (12) Honda Fit

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(Read reviews)
Product List Price:
$121.45
Our List Price: $56.48
(23) In Stock
Product SKU: W0133-1918927
Product Note: Excel-G
Position of Product: Rear
Inventory: In Stock
Condition: New

Made By: OEM
(Original Equipment Manufacturer) - a replacement part made by the manufacturer of the original part.

Shipping Options:
Ground, Overnight, 2 Day
Additional Fitment Information: Catalog: A
Vehicle Sub Model
• 2010 (10) Honda Fit Sport 


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With bad shocks, the open road can feel like a drive through a rocky canyon. It can also give you quite a headache. Many times, the signs of shocks wear are subtle and get more pronounced over time. It's therefore possible to avoid more hassles by replacing the worn shocks sooner. Letting the problem go means your ride won't only be uncomfortable. A worn or damaged shock can strain other parts that can also fail, plus you may have trouble handling the car and even be at risk of losing control.

Signs Your Honda Fit's Shocks Are Worn Out

Cars with bad shocks are very noisy. You might hear an array of knocking and tapping sounds when driving over the slightest bumps and dips in the road. The front of the car might nosedive when you brake and it can squat as you accelerate. Excessive tire movement causes the tires to wear out quicker and unevenly. The treads in the tires may have seemingly random spots of wear, rather than uniform thinning. A side to side shifting when you drive, if not an alignment problem, can be due to instability because of worn shocks. This can happen in turns, windy conditions, and if the ground is wet. Also, visible signs you need Honda Fit strut replacement include oil or hydraulic fluid leaking from the strut and its piston.

How Often Should You Replace Your Shocks?

There's no specific time or mileage that marks the end of a shock absorber's or strut's usable life. It all depends on how your car feels. If there's noise, visible shock/strut damage, poor steering response or handling, leaks, or broken or worn out bushings or mounts, then it's time to do something about it. Your 2007 Honda Fit struts may last for several years. There's no guarantee, however, as to whether or not they'll wear out sooner because parts do corrode and wear prematurely. Driving conditions and habits play a role as well. Studies have shown that shocks tend to start wearing out at around 50,000 miles, but that doesn't mean yours won't last longer.

What Are the Struts on a Car?

Honda Fit shock replacement often involves the struts. Rather than only a shock absorber, with its cylinder and piston moving against hydraulic fluid to dampen movement, struts also have a coil spring to absorb some of the energy and support the suspension and car. Each strut is a key structural component of the car's suspension system.

Cost of Replacing Honda Fit Shocks

When replacing the shocks, you will pay substantially for both parts and labor. Front 2008 Honda Fit struts/shock absorbers cost $606 to $797 for both front assemblies. You'll get away with $321 to $421 for replacing just one side. Parts make up a little more than half the bill, so you can save if you get the shocks from the exclusive online catalog at PartsGeek.com. Our ability to provide such savings comes from low operating costs and a compassion to help you spend as little as possible. At the same time, you can get the Honda Fit shock absorber and, for example, 2007 Honda Fit shocks, needed to maximize the value (and comfort) of your ride.



Some of our Customer Reviews
Very Satisfied
Reviewer: Monica

I can't believe how much I saved on these shocks versus the local auto parts chain! I'll always check PartsGeek before making my purchases.

2009 Honda Fit Shock Absorber

Very Satisfied
Reviewer: Best price online and easy to us

I found the part that I was looking for on partsgeek.com and it was the best price that I could find, even beating Amazon.com. I was happy to find the website easy to use and straight forward. I'll be using this website in the future.

2012 Honda Fit Shock Absorber

Very Satisfied
Reviewer: kyb shocks

After looking at a local auto parts store where these were 109.00 each I checked out parts geek and endEed up spending the same for 2 as they wanted for 1. Easy to install and fast shipping.

2010 Honda Fit Shock Absorber

Very Satisfied
Reviewer: Very Nice

Easy install. Rides MUCH better! But that could also be that the ones it's replacing are original at 138000

2008 Honda Fit Shock Absorber

Very Satisfied
Reviewer: Bogdan

My friend told me about this company and their website. I checked for cheep parts everywhere and non compares to partsgeek.com prices. And, they also sell good or great quality parts of well known brands. They are the best. Highly recommend!

2009 Honda Fit Shock Absorber

Neither Satisfied Nor Dissatisfied
Reviewer: Quality product-burdensome returns

My shocks arrived as ordered.However

I had to return them.That proved to

a burdensome process.Also, return shipping charges as well as restocking charges removed

the incentives to shop this site.

2009 Honda Fit Shock Absorber


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