The Honda Motor Company is a worldwide manufacturer of motorcycles, automobiles and small engines. Honda entered the US market in 1959 with small motorcycles and in 1969 with small cars. Honda began manufacturing cars in the US in 1982 and most of its top-selling vehicles are made in the US. Honda's solid reputation for quality, high resale values, and fuel efficiency has earned the trust of buyers in just about every key segment in the industry.

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2017 Honda Accord

For over 35 years, the Honda Accord has been a standout for solid, reliable transportation with good performance, fuel-efficiency and value. The versatile Accord is offered in a range of trim levels from the LX to the top-of the line Touring model. All models include common power equipment like power windows, locks and dual-zone climate control. A range of powertrain options is available including four-cylinder and V6 engines and a hybrid system.

2017 Honda Accord Coupe

For over 35 years, the Honda Accord has been a standout for solid, reliable transportation with good performance, fuel-efficiency and value. The ninth generation Accord adds significant powertrain improvements. The Accord is offered in several trim levels with either a fuel-efficient four-cylinder or V6 engine. Transmission choices now include six speed transmissions and a fuel-efficient CVT on four-cylinder models. All trim levels include common power equipment. Unlike the sedan, the coupe is offered with a six-speed manual on the V6 model.

2017 Honda Civic coupe

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2017 Honda Civic Hatchback

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2017 Honda Civic sedan

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2017 Honda CR-V

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2017 Honda Fit

The Honda Fit is a small five-passenger, five-door wagon with a surprising amount of interior room for its diminutive size. The Fit's maneuverable size and large flexible interior are perfect for urban dwellers. Compared to the Honda Civic sedan, the Fit is almost 20 inches shorter in length, boasts similar combined legroom and passenger volume. The large rear cargo area measures 16.6 cubic feet which grows to 52.7 cubic feet with the rear seats folded. This is enough room to rival smaller crossovers like the Hyundai Tucson. The rear seat cushions also fold up creating a large rear seat area for bikes or similar tall objects. The standard 1.5l four-cylinder engine is more powerful than other similarly sized units on the market and can be paired with either a six-speed manual or continuously variable CVT transmission. Like other vehicles in this segment, the Fit utilizes cost-cutting features like rear drum brakes but includes luxuries like Bluetooth connectivity, a backup camera, air conditioning and power equipment on all models.

2017 Honda HR-V

Honda has added a small crossover SUV to its lineup.

2017 Honda Pilot

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2017 Honda Ridgeline

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2018 Honda Odyssey

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