I'm going to keep my older Honda Civic as a backup, but I'm looking to purchase a new car for daily driving. I travel a good deal of miles and want one of these new compacts from Toyota or Honda. Both of which I believe make the most reliable cars on the road. I have compared the two online. I prefer the Honda's standard features and interior, however I'm not really a 4-door guy. The Yaris is available in a 2-door hatchback and, once equipped with similar features, is still almost 2 grand less expensive than the Fit. The Fit recently won Car and Driver's compact car comparison over 5 or 6 other cars in the catagory, including the Yaris. However, I'm not buying the car for handling or acceleration and the Yaris achieved the best fuel mileage in the test, even in 4-door trim. I don't care for the Toyota's central instrumentation. I don't know why they use it on their small cars, but I think its a mistake. That said, I'm leaning towards the Yaris due to the better fuel economy, cheaper price, and two door availability. I'm able to get them both at dealer invoice, so that will further reduce the price. Does anyone have an opinion on these two econoboxes?