Honda

7.6
wowscore
The average score of all new Honda models on sale.
£11,500 - £120,000
RRP
£2,600
Avg. carwow saving

8 Honda models

AVG. SAVING £3,700
6.9
RRP £18,565 - £24,765
Family hatchback with big boot and decent interior
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AVG. SAVING £800
7.5
RRP £18,235 - £27,480
Cheaper to run and more spacious as Civic guns for the mainstream
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AVG. SAVING £3,300
7.7
RRP £18,790 - £25,405
Appealing looks and Honda reliability make this estate a winner
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AVG. SAVING £3,000
8.6
RRP £30,000 - £32,300
Fast hatchback has big power, a big boot and gives big smiles
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AVG. SAVING £4,100
7.0
RRP £23,275 - £36,710
Reliable, practical and economical SUV
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AVG. SAVING £2,000
7.3
RRP £18,695 - £26,255
A small SUV that's well-built and cheap to run
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AVG. SAVING £1,500
7.3
RRP £11,500 - £20,000
Small city car that is big on space
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AVG. SAVING £0
8.3
RRP £120,000
Technological tour de force with breakneck performance
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About Honda

Honda has been praised as a benchmark of reliability for many years, making its cars extremely sensible choices for many drivers.

The current Honda range might not be quite the varied catalogue of some more prolific rivals but it can still offer a concise selection of very well-engineered vehicles. The high-riding CR-V and HR-V combine reliability, practicality and value-for-money, making them good choices for families.

The Civic might have lost the space-ship styling of previous generations but for those looking to stand out on the road there’s always the high performance Type R model. The pinnacle of the Honda range, however, is the eagerly awaited successor to the iconic NSX supercar – a four-wheel drive, hybrid coupe looking to compete with the likes of Ferrari and McLaren.