Honda's sales have been dropping recently, not just in Australia, but internationally as well. In an effort to recoup the market's interest, Honda is now offering a select range of its models with on-road costs included in the price.
The Honda Civic Si, the five-door hatch model in the Civic range, is now available from $29,990 drive away in manual form (price is for non-metallic paint). The Civic Si is also available with a five-speed automatic transmission and comes with a 1.8-litre four-cylinder engine producing 103kW and 174Nm. Other features include electronic stability control, USB/Bluetooth compatibility and 17-inch alloy wheels.
Similarly, the Honda Civic Type R sports edition is now available from $39,990 drive away. All Civic Type R models come with a six-speed manual transmission and a 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine, producing 148kW and 193Nm. It also comes with sporty 18-inch wheels, USB-compatible stereo and Bluetooth.
Lastly, the cheapest hybrid currently on the market, the Honda Insight, is now available at $29,990 drive away. The Insight comes with a Honda's Integrated Motor Assist (IMA) hybrid system, and boasts a fuel consumption rating of 4.6L/100km.
Read CarAdvice's full Honda Civic Si review.