The Honda Accord is a bit larger than the Civic, and is now offered as full-size vehicle. This model has been in production since the mid-1970s, and it now comes with 2-door coupe and four-door sedan body styles. A range of engine options include inline four cylinders and a 3.5-liter V6, offering excellent power without sacrificing gas mileage. Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid powertrains are available for those looking to save extra at the pump, while sporty trims make this model impressive both on the street and on the track.
The Accord was named a Car and Driver Best Vehicle, it received an IIHS Top Safety Pick+ safety rating, an NHTSA 5-Star Safety Rating, and an Edmunds.com Top Pick.
This compact SUV is made for rugged terrain as well as narrow city streets. The Honda CR-V is known for its sporty four-door design and tall ride height, letting you experience the pleasures of an SUV minus the gas-guzzling side effects. The CR-V comes with an efficient inline four-cylinder engine and available all-wheel drive, getting up to 31 highway mpg when properly equipped. Plus, with seating for up to five, this model doesn’t make you sacrifice a thing.
The CR-V has best given a KBB Best Buy Award, an IIHS Top Safety Pick+ award, NHTSA 5-Star Safety Rating, a US News Best Car for the Money award, a KBB Best Resale Value, and KBB Best Family Car award.
Perhaps the most prominent Honda model on the market, the Civic has grown to become a classic model. This compact model was first introduced in 1972, offering practical design and a fuel-sipping powertrain. Today, the Civic is offered as a sedan, coupe, and hatchback, with a range of trims including the Type-R sports design. With a subtle yet bold exterior, roomy interior for up to five people, and efficient engine, the Civic is perfect for virtually any driver.
The Civic has received a KBB Best Buy Award, it was named the North American Car of the Year, and the AutoGuide Car of the Year among other prestigious honors.
For drivers looking for something a little larger than the CR-V, the Pilot is your model. This precision-crafted mid-size crossover has been around since the early 2000s, offering impressive performance and tons of space. Currently in its third generation of design, the Honda Pilot has available all-wheel drive to make harsh terrain a breeze, as well as a large engine and advanced driver-assist technologies. Pair that with a rugged exterior and comfortable interior, and you have the advanced Pilot. With seating for up to eight, this model is great for adventure as well as everyday commutes.
The Pilot has earned a KBB Best Buy Award, an IIHS Top Safety Pick+, NHTSA 5-Star Safety Rating, and a KBB Best Family Car award.