Once seen as purveyor of turgid transport for the elderly, Honda is now a highly complex brand with the likes of the funky Jazz and latest Accord and Civic models. Still manages to delight loyal old fogies with the best build quality in the world, bar none.
£22,125 - £31,435
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, saloon car.
£21,725 - £31,750
Honda’s attempt to take the Accord upmarket has left it out in the cold.
£16,955 - £26,850
Familiar look for the latest Civic, which puts right the old wrongs - but at the expense of fun?
£21,395 - £30,995
Fourth generation CR-V is far from exciting but remains one of the most sensible buys in this sector.
£20,550 - £23,050
Honda brings some sporty fun to the hybrid party. But no room to make out in the back.
£19,535 - £22,535
Honda's attempt to better the Toyota Prius results in boring mediocrity.
£11,605 - £17,650
Great for town driving and dirt cheap to run. No wonder it’s the pensioners’ car of choice