Once seen as purveyor of turgid transport for the elderly, Honda is now a highly complex brand with multiple personalities. It veers from safe supermini to absolutely mental roadster, while continuing to delight loyal old fogies with the best build quality in the world, bar none.
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$29,990 - $46,990
A bigger Accord than the Accord Euro. Confused? We are. It seems a bit pointless when the Accord Euro is so good. Still, it's better than a Camry.
$32,990 - $44,990
Awkward moment, as Honda loses patience with us for failing to place it in the same category as BMW, and hikes the price on what is a worthy, but still dull sedan.
$21,790 - $39,990
Hilariously space-age design brief seems calculated to send old folk running for the Toyota brochure. Your gran may not like it, but you'll think it rocks. You'll be right.
Think of it as a Prius for people who don't enjoy being punched in the back of the head by strangers. Doesn’t mean you're any less worthy of back-of-the-head punching, mind.
$31,990 - $41,990
Probably the first SUV to come out of the closet and admit that it's never going off road. Once that nonsense is out of the way, you're left with a decent 4wd family car.
$15,990 - $23,920
Brilliantly packaged supermini makes a mockery of better-looking rivals and is officially the Most Sensible Choice. Leave your desire at home.
$75,500 - $77,500
Exceptional big sedan packed with technology and luxury in equal measure. Ludicrous price tag kills it stone dead, but if you find one secondhand, buy it.
$39,290 - $45,790
Not quite sure whether we love it or hate it. It does look a little War of the Worlds, doesn't it?
Magnificently overblown roadster with riotous VTEC engine and superb gearbox that absolutely demands to have the nuts thrashed off it. Blissfully irresponsible.