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Accord

The Accord started out life in the mid-1970s as a compact car but by the late-1980s it grew into a mid-size car. A luxury version of the car is marketed by Honda through its Acura brand that they gave the model name TSX and then the TLX

Civic

The Civic has been a popular model since the early 1970s when it was first introduced. It has served as a platform for many other models over the years such as the CR-V compact crossover SUV as well as many performance trims such as the Type R

CR-V

The CR-V is a compact crossover SUV built on top of the Civic platform, with production starting in the mid-1990s. It has gone from a very utilitarian vehicle to the sleek featureful model it is today winning many customers along the way

Element

The Element is a quirky compact SUV with many unique features that make access to the configurable interior easy. Dog owners loved the car and it won awards for being canine-friendly, something Honda capitalized on by offering optional features for

Fit/Jazz

The Fit (or Jazz as it's known in Europe) is a subcompact car that replaced the Logo and City models. It was awarded "World Car of the Year Japan" twice and was used as the platform for the popular HR-V subcompact crossover SUV

HR-V

The Honda HR-V kicked off the subcompact crossover SUV segment of the market when it was launched in 1998. It was initially built using the Logo chassis but as it entered its second generation it was then moved to the Fit/Jazz chassis

Odyssey

Launched in the mid-1990s, the Odyssey is the company's compact MPV offering for the US market. Although it has a limited engine and transmission range it does offer customization through trims and optional features

Pilot

The Pilot is Honda's mid-size crossover SUV built upon the Accord platform. It began production in 2002 and is now in its third generation with a near-perfect safety score from NHTSA and modern driver-aids as standard

Ridgeline

The Honda Ridgeline is a pickup truck built using a crossover SUV platform, leading it to be lightweight and cheaper to run. Modern examples share their platform with the Pilot and boast features such as a scratch-resistant trunk

S2000

The S2000 was a 2-seater roadster that boasted high-end features such as an LSD and double wishbone suspension in an affordable package. It went through 2 generations of design before production finally stopped in 2009

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