Honda - used car research
Top^From 2010 to Now
Released: Dec 2011
Discontinued: Jan 2015
ALMOST two years after making its Japanese debut, Honda's hybrid-powered spiritual successor to the fondly-remembered CRX of the 1980s arrived in Australia with a two-variant line-up comprising the entry-level Sport model and top-spec Luxury variant.
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Top^From 2000 to 2009
Released: Feb 2009
Honda has launched for the first time in Australia the Honda City sedan, a $20k light car now in its third generation that is positioned below Civic, based on Jazz and an all-important new model that Honda hopes will lure 4000 buyers a year away from competitors such as Toyota Yaris, Hyundai Accent and Holden Barina.
read more about the Honda City
Model: Accord Euro
Released: Jun 2003
Discontinued: Feb 2015
The second-generation Accord Euro arrived with a bigger body, more powerful engine and with more features for a lower price than its predecessor.
read more about the Honda Accord Euro
Released: Apr 2003
Discontinued: Apr 2007
First released in North America in 2000, the MDX has struggled to find an audience here as it has to compete with much newer rivals from Lexus (RX) and Volvo (XC90).
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Released: Oct 2002
Honda's third-generation Jazz hit Australian shores in July 2014 with an updated front fascia and more rounded look than its predecessor.
read more about the Honda Jazz
Released: Mar 2001
Discontinued: Feb 2014
The Insight was the first hybrid vehicle to become Japan’s top-selling model bar none within two months of its domestic market release in February 2009
read more about the Honda Insight
Top^From 1990 to 1999
Released: Aug 1999
Discontinued: May 2009
Motorcycle and motor car manufacturer Honda's 50th anniversary present to itself brought back the spirit of its first proper passenger car, the S500 convertible from the early 1960s.
read more about the Honda S2000
Released: Jan 1999
HONDA returned to the B-segment compact SUV class 14 years after the last HR-V was on sale in Australia with the second-generation version.
read more about the Honda HR-V
Released: Sep 1997
In no time the CR-V overtook the Civic model it was spawned off in sales, appealing to a wide audience with its compact good looks, easy driveability and comfortable and spacious interior.
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Released: Jun 1995
Honda’s next-generation people-mover arrived in early 2014, complete with sliding doors unlike its predecessor. Now in its fifth-generation, the Honda Odyssey came packed with either eight-seats in the base variant or could be had with a rear pair of reclining luxury seats in VTi-L form.
read more about the Honda Odyssey
Released: Jan 1991
Discontinued: Jan 2005
Devised in the boom times of the late 1980s, the NS-X changed the supercar world with its ease, efficiency and reliability, in a Ferrari-challenging sports coupe package that - even a decade on from launch - was still thrilling enough to inspire.
read more about the Honda NSX
Top^From 1980 to 1989
Released: Nov 1988
Discontinued: Jan 1993
Honda slotted the dowdy Concerto between the stylish Civic and Accord family car, but the front-wheel drive hatchback had failed to find an audience in Australia - mostly due to unreasonably high pricing.
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Released: Nov 1987
Discontinued: Sep 1998
Australia missed out on the first Civic-based CRX in 1983, but Honda made amends with the Mk2 model from late '87. Featuring sexy styling and a unique two-seater hatchback configuration, the first CRX became an instant classic.
read more about the Honda CRX
Released: May 1986
Discontinued: Apr 2007
A Civic offshoot, the Integra has only been sold in Australia as a three-door hatchback coupe, although Rover briefly offered an otherwise identical five-door hatchback version between 1986 and 1989. The Mk3 Integra Type-R, meanwhile, is a modern-day classic.
read more about the Honda Integra
Released: May 1986
Discontinued: Oct 2014
The original Legend was a co-development between Honda and Rover in the UK, resulting in a large five-seater V6 sedan - as well as Japan's first serious international luxury car rival to the BMW 5 Series.
read more about the Honda Legend
Top^From 1970 to 1979
Released: May 1979
Discontinued: Jul 2002
Based on the first-generation Accord platform, the front-wheel drive Prelude was a style and technological leader for most of its 23-year run in Australia. But the Celica rival fell victim to vehicles from beyond its segment - ironically led in part by its CR-V 4WD wagon big brother.
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Released: Mar 1977
Honda hit the big tiime with its original Accord, a mid-sized hatchback and sedan with performance, efficiency and style to finally put costlier European cars right in their place.
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Released: Mar 1973
A perennial small-car favourite, the Civic has been a style and quality leader for most of its four-decade run. The '72 original was a magnificent achievement for Honda, as it had only been making passenger cars for a decade.
read more about the Honda Civic