Quantcast
Picking your next car? Our unique Car Chooser is here to help... | No thanks

Honda Reviews

New Cars
Good: Good ride comfort. High quality feel. Huge loadspace and versatile rear seats. Excellent 1.6 i-DTEC diesel averages a claimed 78.5mpg. All engines chain cam.
Bad: Not as much a drivers car as previous Civic.
Good: Practical and spacious estate version of 2012 Civic. Brilliant 1.6 i-DTEC diesel engine. Quirky styling. Clever load area. Decent ride quality.
Bad: Available with just two engine choices. Odd-ball interior will not be to everyone's taste. It's no bargain.
Good: Engaging, enjoyable and exciting. Seriously fast thanks to 310PS turbocharged engine. Superb grip and handling.
Bad: Tough and uncompromising nature may make it too extreme for some. Looks are bordering on the 'boy racer' side.
Good: Luxurious and more efficient than before. Softest riding and most stress-free SUV under £30,000. 1.6-litre i-DTEC is impressively refined and quiet.
Bad: Petrol engine not as good as the diesel. Five-speed petrol automatic irritating to drive.
Good: Highly practical and versatile thanks to 'magic' seats. Strong i-DTEC diesel. Diesel is good to drive.
Bad: Not available with four-wheel drive. Drivers expecting sportscar performance don't get on with the CVT-7
Good: Superbly practical and versatile. Plenty of room for four adults to travel in comfort. Much improved steering and handling. Impressive refinement makes it a surprisingly good motorway cruiser.
Bad: Only one engine choice which lacks low down response. Taller drivers may find legroom tight. Expensive to buy new.
Good: The next generation NSX. Four-wheel drive hybrid. Real world relevant supercar.
Bad: Overshadowed by 2015 Ford GT at 2015 North American Motor Show.
Used Cars
Cars not officially imported to the UK
Concept Cars
 

Search



Buying Advice

Honest John's Newsletter

Connect with Honest John

Facebook YouTube