Honda Models
Model
Retail Price Range
Seating
Fuel Economy
Review

$21,955 -  $33,480
5
24 city / 34 hwy

$29,155 -  $34,905
5
50 city / 45 hwy
-

N/A -  N/A
N/A
N/A
-

$18,190 -  $29,290
5
28 city / 36 hwy

$24,635 -  $27,335
5
44 city / 47 hwy
-

$22,790 -  $24,490
5
22 city / 31 hwy
-

$23,120 -  $30,620
5
23 city / 31 hwy

$19,995 -  $23,990
2
31 city / 38 hwy
-

$27,380 -  $37,240
5
22 city / 31 hwy
-

$15,525 -  $20,800
5
29 city / 37 hwy

$36,625 -  $36,625
5
132 city / 10 hwy
-

$18,725 -  $23,915
5
41 city / 44 hwy
-

$28,825 -  $44,450
7
19 city / 28 hwy

$29,670 -  $41,620
8
18 city / 25 hwy

$29,575 -  $37,505
5
15 city / 21 hwy


Honda Pricing & Review

Honda is the second largest auto seller in Japan. The Honda Civic and Honda Accord have long been popular in the US due to their low sticker price, unbelievable fuel economy, and reliability. Honda was the first Japanese automaker to develop its own line of luxury vehicles in the name of the Acura brand. These days Honda is storming the market with a line-up of new or improved makes and models, such as the enhanced CR-V and the always-popular Civic.

Honda has improved the CR-V drastically, providing more comfort, style, safety, and power. The 2012 Honda CR-V offers sleek new lines, a luxurious interior, and the 180hp DOHC i-VTEC 4-cylinder engine, with great fuel economy and an Ultra-Low-Emission (ULEV) designation. We can only expect that the 2012 is better equipped with niceties such as full power accessories, 17-inch wheels, and a four-speaker audio system. With a price just over $21,800, it’s hard to go wrong with the new CR-V.

The Honda Civic has long been known for its fuel economy and reliability. The 2012 model is no exception to the rule. The new Honda Civic is offered in four different flavors to satisfy the needs of any type of car buyer: Sedan, Coupe, Hybrid and Civic Natural Gas. The hybrid model alone gets up to 44 miles to the gallon during highway driving. With prices starting at $15,600 the Honda Civic can really help you save money while sacrificing nothing in terms of durability and performance.

Honda continues to improve its top selling model, the Accord. In 2012 we’ll see a sporty-styled body, an advanced cylinder-deactivation system that saves gas by shutting down the third of the V-6′s cylinders when not needed. Base models come with a 2.4-liter four-cylinder i-VTEC engine that delivers 177hp. However, you don’t buy the Accord based on pure performance alone as the car, whether in sedan or coupe form, is able to offer a roomy and spacious interior along with the ride dynamics of a more expensive German sedan. Prices for the 2012 Honda Accord sedan start at $21,380, while the Accord Coupe is all yours for just $22,900.

Honda cars are the perfect option for anyone who’s looking to spend less without sacrificing quality. Whether looking at the company’s steady history or their innovative features, it’s easy to find a reason to buy a Honda. Take advantage of a free online quote and find out how you can experience marvelous savings on a brand new Honda! Try a free quote today!

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