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Honda has a strong heritage in SUVs, being one of the first to spot the opportunity as far back as the 1990s with the original CR-V and HR-V. It’s now got four SUVs including its first electric one, while the rest of the line-up embrace hybrid and plug-in hybrid tech, rather than traditional petrol or diesel power.

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Honda SUV models: current range

Honda’s four-car SUV line-up covers off electric, so-called self-charging hybrid and plug-in hybrid alternatives.

Honda HR-V

The middle of Honda’s non-electric SUV trio, the HR-V is powered by a 184hp self-charging hybrid system, which means the car can run for very short distances on electric alone, but is predominantly petrol, and doesn't need to be plugged in. The HR-V doesn’t have the biggest boot and that hybrid system doesn’t make for the most refined of engine noises under acceleration, although around town it’s quiet.

Honda CR-V

The biggest, most expensive Honda SUV, and the one with the most heritage, the latest all-new CR-V arrived in the UK during 2023 and now has either ‘self-charging’ or plug-in hybrid power alternatives, both putting out 184hp. The CR-V has grown up over the years and is now a pricey model, but at least it’s still big, practical and efficient.

Honda ZR-V

The ZR-V is Honda’s mid-sized SUV, and features the brand’s 184hp ‘self-charging’ hybrid engine, rather than traditional petrol or diesel. It’s pricier than regular petrol or diesel alternatives of the same size but also more efficient, and the good equipment levels balance out the fact that it’s not great for rear passengers or boot space.

Honda e:Ny1

An odd name for a significant model in that, with the Honda e hatchback now consigned to history, the e:Ny1 is the only electric car Honda sells. Range is a middling official figure of 256 miles for this 204hp full electric car, and there are other EVs that are better value, have a bigger boot and charge more rapidly.  But the E:Ny1 is comfortable to travel in, and has decent rear space and a good infotainment system.

Honda SUV FAQs

Honda’s SUVs start from just over £30,000 with the HR-V, while the larger ZR-V is around £40,000. The biggest Honda SUV - the CR-V - costs about the same as Honda’s only electric offering, the e:Ny1, kicking off around the £45,000 point. The most expensive Honda SUV you can buy is the top-spec CR-V at getting on for £55,000.
Biggest is probably best for Honda’s SUV appeal. Though it’s not perfect, the CR-V is comfortable and spacious with decent levels of equipment. The smaller HR-V is also a decent shout, although the lower-powered hybrid system is a bit noisy under acceleration.
The largest Honda SUV is the CR-V, which is available as either a plug-in hybrid or regular self-charging hybrid model. It measures 4706mm long and has a boot space of up to 617 litres, meaning it’s 138mm longer and has a boot 237 litres larger than the next biggest Honda SUV, the ZR-V.
Honda’s smallest SUV is the compact HR-V, which measures 4340mm in length and has a boot of up to 319 litres. As you’d expect, practicality suffers as a result of the compact dimensions, particularly the boot space, and the sloping roofline also eats into rear passengers’ headroom.
Yes. That’s the short answer anyway. Honda has always been up near the top of reliability and customer satisfaction surveys. While no car is ever guaranteed to be 100% reliable, picking a Honda, or any Japanese brand, is the best way to maximise the odds of getting a car with little mechanical worries.