Honda has a well-deserved reputation for making well-built, well-engineered cars, and that holds true across its entire lineup. Fuel-efficient and spacious, most Hondas are both enjoyable to drive and boast solid reliability. The mid-size Accord family sedan, a longtime 10Best award winner, is Honda's bread and butter. Honda knows how to have fun, too, with models such as the exciting and sporty Civic Si and the hot-hatch Civic Type R. The practical CR-V compact SUV is its most popular offering. Honda also offers more offbeat models such as the versatile Ridgeline pickup and family-friendly people haulers such as the Odyssey minivan and the Pilot SUV.
The Honda Insight combines the impressive fuel economy that hybrid shoppers seek with a pleasant design and a comfortable driving experience.
With a spacious interior, comfy seats, and space for plenty of gear, the Honda Odyssey is a great choice for modern families—and it sports a fresh look for 2021.
With a fun driving experience, a practical interior, and many versions to choose, the Honda Civic is an even better compact car than its reputation would suggest.
The Civic Si has polarizing styling and lacks a hatchback body style, but its driver engagement and functional cabin make it a premier performance value.
The 2020 Honda Civic Type R looks wild and has razor-sharp handling, but the hot hatchback is also surprisingly comfortable and can be driven every day.
It doesn't quite drive like a regular Honda, but the Clarity offers two high-tech powertrains, a high-quality interior, and an easygoing cruising demeanor.
The CR-V offers a classy cabin, fuel-efficient engines, and a voluminous cargo hold; buyers looking for a refined and practical SUV will not be disappointed.
What the Fit lacks in personality it multiplies twofold in practicality, with a magically spacious back seat and phenomenal fuel economy.
The 2020 Honda HR-V has outstanding cargo space that aligns with some larger SUVs and crossovers as well as impressive fuel economy that rivals smaller cars.
With the normal looks of an everyday sedan, the Insight offers excellent fuel economy and great ride and handling.
The 2020 Odyssey may not seem very cool, but the Honda minivan is the perfect tool for the modern family.
The Passport has few covetous qualities, but its cavernous interior and standard driver-assistance tech make it one of the best mid-size crossovers.
Honda seemingly supplies an SUV for every family or lifestyle, and the three-row 2020 Pilot sits at the top of the size stack.
The Ridgeline isn't the strongest or most capable pickup truck, but its unrivaled comfort and unique features make it appeal to a wider audience.
It's not only one of the best family cars for 2019 but one of the best cars, period.
The 2019 Civic epitomizes compact-car excellence with its mix of practicality and a fun-to-drive personality.
Not only is the Civic Si among the best performance values in the country; we named it one of our 10Best Cars.
Honda's wicked winged thing is both a track star and daily driver, and it has won our hearts.
Whether powered by electricity, gasoline, or hydrogen, the Honda Clarity brings you the future today.
The 2019 CR-V is a triple threat: it packs a host of high-tech equipment, impressive fuel economy, and copious cargo space.
Honda's Fit is aptly named: You can fit much more stuff inside it than in any other subcompact thanks to its boxy shape and multi-way folding rear seats.
Completely sufficient, wholly average and inoffensive, the HR-V is a mini crossover for the masses.
Honda is taking its Insight hybrid down a different path than many other companies have followed with their gasoline-electric fuel sippers.
Think minivans are fading away thanks to a proliferation of crossovers? Think again.
The Passport is back—but this time, it's a far cry from the rebadged Isuzu SUV that wore this name in the 1990s—and it's quite good.
With a high seating position, kid-friendly interior, and vast cargo space, the 2019 Honda Pilot has what it takes to win over suburb-dwelling parents.
Transcending pickup-truck tropes, the Honda Ridgeline tosses tradition to the wind with unconventional comfort and ingenious features.
The CR-Z is an ambitious attempt at making a sporty hybrid, but its performance doesn’t match its adventurous styling.
For sale since 2003, the boxy Element continues to offer spacious accommodations and a lot of cargo space.
The limited-edition FCX Clarity is an electric car that makes its own power using a hydrogen-fed fuel cell.
With the removal of its gas engine, the Fit EV loses everything we love about that car and replaces it with a higher price tag and 82-mile range.
Honda’s two-seat, four-wheel sportbike offers rear-drive roadster fun in a spectacularly balanced chassis.