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Honda Make Overview

Passenger Cars

2017 Honda Civic Hatchback Overview
2017 (announced)
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2017 Honda Clarity Fuel Cell Overview
2017 (announced)
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Honda Element Overview
2011 - 2003 (used)
Honda Insight Overview
2014 - 2000 (used)
Honda Prelude Overview
2001 - 1978 (used)
Honda S2000 Overview
2009 - 2000 (used)

SUV/Crossovers

Honda Crosstour Overview
2015 - 2012 (used)
Honda Passport Overview
2002 - 1994 (used)

Vans/Minivans

Pickup Trucks

Honda Questions

bobvalle
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Check Engine Light Blinks

Runs rough no power 4 coils not firing just had engine put in

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Pkaiser
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Power Windows Not Working

I have a 2006 Honda Accord and the passenger and back power windows quit working all at once. The drivers window works fine and the child safety lock is not engaged. Any ideas what would cause this...

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Stampo187
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3500-4000rpm On The Freeway

Just got an 08 Civic 1.8L 4 cylinder automatic transmission with 105,000. Everything on it is great, but I have one concern. I noticed when I get to between 65-75 mph on the freeway, that my rpms ...

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EdCov
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How Do I Review A Car Dealer?

I bought a car from a dealer with many reviews on CarGuru. I'd like to add my review.

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Viggee
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2004 Honda Accord Lx Maintenance Required Light Blinks 10 Times

I recenty purchased a Certified 2004 Honda Accord LX from a dealer. In the recent days the maintenance required light starts blinking when I insert the ignition key. After 10 blinks, the light goes of...

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Honda Today

Honda Overview

Honda Motor Corporation was founded in 1948 by Soichiro Honda. Not limited to manufacturing cars, Honda has had great success with motorcycles, transmissions, and engines as well.

Although later to the scene than some of the other big makes, Honda has gained a very positive reputation for value and dependability. The most popular cars for Honda can be found at either end of the size spectrum.

Hybrids

The Insight made its first appearance in the United States in 2000 and has been gaining in popularity since. This small, sporty hybrid has a fun five-speed manual transmission that shifts easily between fuel and electric power.

Civics

Also at the smaller end of the scale is the Civic line. The basic Civic is much beloved by those wanting an inexpensive yet highly reliable car. The Civic is also much prized for its sleek look and easily-tunable engine, and had its tunability showcased in the "Fast and the Furious" movie series.

Though discontinued after 1991, the Civic CRX still has a near-cult following. The boxy hatchback is again prized for its easy-to-access engine and sporty look.

Rounding out the Civics, the Civic del Sol enjoyed just a brief time on the market - from 1993 to 1997. With a removable hard-top, the car was popular in both warmer and cooler climates, and fans like to buzz about the possibility of a resurgence.

Accord and Fit

Even Honda's car names imply harmony! The Accord is among the more popular sedans in the United States, in constant competition with the Toyota Camry and - to a lesser extent - their American equivalents. Known for durability and excellent mileage, the Accord is consistently in the top ten most popular cars in the country.

New to the scene in 2007 is the Fit, the five-door package of fun. How can someone see the commercials where they move all the seats around and not want one? They're just cool.

SUVs

At the larger end of the scale, we find an impressive fleet of SUV's, starting with the CR-V. RAV-4s used to seem to own the imported small SUV market, but Honda has kept up with consumer demand and created a robust little sport ute for those not needing a more behemoth-like machine.

Slightly bigger than the CR-V is the Pilot. While not inexpensive, the Pilot is the basis for the much more pricey Acura MDX and almost as luxurious. With optional leather seats and DVD players, the Pilot provides comfort for kids of all ages.

Phased out of the Honda line was the Passport. Available from 1994-2002, the Passport helped bring along the popularity of SUV's by providing a reliable yet fun alternative to some of the less nimble machines available during that time.

Sports

Although Honda has produced several sporty cars, two cars can be consistently classified as sports cars outside of the Civic line. The Prelude enjoyed close to 25 years of production, from 1978 to 1991. The two-seater was relatively quick and nimble, but was eventually discontinued, much to the chagrin of many.

They had to wait until 2000, when the S2000 arrived. This similarly sporty two-seater has a pretty-un-Honda-like price tag, but also has luxuries to make the car well worth the price.

Crossovers

No car make can be complete without the unclassifiable "crossovers." The Element is either a small SUV or a big station wagon. The boxy crossover was created for those who like to do outdoorsy weekend activities involving lots of gear. The seats are maneuverable to allow for bikes, surf boards, or rock-climbing gear.

Pickups and Vans

The Ridgeline is Honda's first pickup truck, though it has more of a leaning toward an SUV than the average small truck. With four doors and ample luxuries, riding in the Ridgeline has the commanding view of a truck with the cushier feel of an SUV.

Finally, we get to the Odyssey, perhaps the best-named minivan around (anybody else take the kids in one for Thanksgiving? Makes you feel for Odysseus, huh?). Available since 1995, the Odyssey provides some nice features to let the ride seem a little less arduous. With separate temperature and volume controls, the van can even feel like it has two separate cabins, especially with the rear-seat DVD option.