Good: Refined and rides smoothly, well thought out interior, ideal with 2.2 i-DTEC engine, robust build quality.
Bad: 2.0-litre and 2.4-litre i-VTEC engines with automatic gearboxes less impressive, no hatchback version.
Good: Impressively quiet and strong i-DTEC diesel engine, feels well built and reliable, high refinement and comfort levels, styling looks upmarket, lots of underfloor boot storage.
Bad: Petrol engines combined with automatic gearbox not as impressive.
Good: Good ride comfort. High quality feel. Huge loadspace and versatile rear seats. 2.2 i-DTEC diesel emits just 110g/km. All engines chain cam.
Bad: Not as much a drivers car as previous Civic.
Good: Practical and spacious estate version of 2012 Civic, brilliant diesel engine, quirky styling, clever load area.
Bad: Available with just two engine choices, the odd-ball interior will not be to everyone's taste, it's no bargain.
Good: Expected to have around 280PS from turbocharged 2.0-litre engine.
Bad: Not due until 2015.
Good: Luxurious and more efficient than before. Softest riding and most stress-free SUV under £30,000.
Bad: It's a car not an off-roader. Petrol engine not as good as the diesel.
Good: Great looking hybrid sports coupe. Fun to drive. Fairly efficient.
Bad: Poor rear visibility through split rear window. Rear seats only suited to small children.
Good: Original model over 100g/km but London congestion charge exempt if registered before 2011. Under 100gkm CO2 from 2012. Fairly easy to achieve good economy,
Bad: CVT gearbox doesn't like hard acceleration. Some of the interior quality isn't up to usual Honda standards. Toyota Prius feels a better car.
Good: Neatly styled. Increased room and better performance than original Jazz. More fun to drive. Very versatile. CVT-7 returned in February 2011 replacing i-SHIFT.
Bad: Six-speed i-SHIFT automated manual disliked and did not bring Jazz under 120g/km CO2. Gearbox bearing problems on manual.
Good: New engines include a 1.0-litre three-cylinder developing around 120PS. Plus a 1.5 four-cylinder turbo with more than 200PS.
Bad: Delayed for UK until 2015.
Good: Spacious, high quality interior. Easy to get in and out of. Retains 'Magic Seat' versatility. Officially capable of 62.8mpg.
Bad: Expensive list prices. Emits 104g/km of CO2 so not free to tax. CVT box smooth but this is no sports car.
Good: New small SUV from Honda - a successor to the HR-V. Hybrid version will be available. Has Honda's clever magic rear seats.
Bad: Lots of competition in this rapidly growing market sector. Not arriving in Europe until 2015.
Cars not officially imported to the UK