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Honda was founded in 1948 by Soichiro Honda and continues to be the second largest manufacturer in Japan. The company has developed a reputation for innovation and sporty, high-revving engines over the decades, though in recent years has been more focused on 'green' technologies than sports cars. Honda currently sells more than 10 models in Australia, including both a hatchback and sedan wearing the famous Civic nameplate.

2015 Honda Civic Hatch Review

The updated 2015 Honda Civic Hatch has arrived. Does it improve on the formula?

2015 Honda Accord Sport Hybrid Review

The Honda Accord Sport Hybrid returns Honda to the petrol-electric game. But its Lexus-topping $58,990 price is a steep ask.

2015 Honda CR-V Series II Review  

The new-look 2015 Honda CR-V sees a range of changes. Matt Campbell assesses the new model.

2015 Honda HR-V Review

The Honda HR-V returns. How does it fare against the Qashqai and Trax, and just as importantly will how will it handle the imminent Mazda CX-3?

Honda Odyssey Review : LT4

Our time with the Honda Odyssey has come to an end, and despite none of the CarAdvice testers having a tribe of kids, it's been an office favourite.

City car comparison : Mazda 2 v Volkswagen Polo v Toyota Yaris v Honda Jazz v Renault Clio

In the past few months, fresh technology once the reserve of expensive premium cars has made a final cascade to one of the most affordable classes – light hatchbacks. The ‘cascade effect’ is nothing new in the automotive industry, where advanced equipment starts only in the priciest cars and eventually filters down into cheaper models as years go by...

Honda Civic Review : VTi-L sedan

The updated Honda Civic offers some good points, but doesn't prove a standout performer in the competitive small car class.

2014 Honda CR-V Review

The Honda CR-V is easily one of the most practical mid-size models on the market - find out why.

Honda Jazz v Volkswagen Polo : Comparison review

Not so long ago, buying a little car meant making big compromises. While some contenders had their strong suits, none could claim the all-round ability of those in the next class up despite costing just a few thousand dollars less. But before you head out and buy a Corolla, know this: the city car class of 2014 is growing up fast...

Honda Odyssey Review: LT3

I can't help it. This crazy car puts a smile on my dial. For those that reach that stage in life - when the need a for a seven-seat people mover can no longer be ignored - your options are limited and it can seem like a death sentence. Luckily it doesn't have to be that way. There are options that are quirky, interesting, stylish and comfortable...

Honda Odyssey Review : Long-term report two

Tim loads up the Odyssey for a road trip to Byron Bay.