Honda Car New Car Reviews
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Baby crossovers are very much the in-thing right now. How does Honda’s new HR-V Sport measure up?
The CR-V is an old favourite that’s gained some very new driver-assistance technology. We put its new tricks to the test.
The flagship Odyssey brings a big box of luxury seating and standard equipment to the people-mover market. But can it really capture SUV buyers?
Classy wagon with a true Euro feel
VIDEO: High on ability and loaded with feel-good factor
Smart, spacious and designed for drivers who won't accept bland
Used Car Review
Little Honda with enduring appeal
More power for Honda's bigger Accord Euro
Had it not been for the 1990s bust-up between Honda and Rover, there might not have been a CR-V.
Honda’s fifth and final generation of the popular Prelude coupe was much more conservative-looking than its predecessor – both inside and out.
Aspirations for the 2008 model are even higher, with talk of selling more than last year’s 665,650 worldwide.
Roomy and practical 1.8
Now is this wild, or what? Writer Jacqui Madelin says the standard Honda Ridgeline pick-up truck is a gem, but designers from Honda's design centre in Torrance, California, have gone one better.
You'd expect a car that costs seven figures to be pretty exotic, right? Swoopy and fast, loud and luxurious. Yet this car costs over a million US dollars - the exact figure's shrouded in secrecy - and looks like granny's sensible hatch. High hip point, good view out, upright driving position, holds four, decent boot - what could be more ordinary?
Honda's Accord Euro is a near-perfect example of how modern cars have become so good.
The targets are obvious to any manufacturer coming on to the New Zealand market with a big, moderately big-engined car.
Honda New Zealand is about to shake up the small car market with the new 1.3-litre Jazz five-door which goes on sale on August 10.
In the world of high-performance Japanese motorcycles the designations R and RR are worn by production machines designed primarily for competition use.