The Honda Civic hatch has always been a favourite in this country, but now SUVs are Honda's go-to. Still, the revised Civic offers a credible, value-packed alternative.
Honda’s small hatch keeps things simple on the inside, but sporty from the outside.
The Honda Civic continues to be one of Australia’s favourite small cars. We find out how it stacks up in $24,990 VTi-S sedan guise.
The Honda Civic RS might just be the pick of the range, but it still has a few compromises.
The flagship Honda Civic sedan offers a well-rounded package, though struggles to stand out against an ever-evolving competitor set.
Big wings, big wheels, big power. Honda has thrown the kitchen sink at the Civic Type R, and the result is a finely tuned front-drive weapon.
There are not many models for which you can say the sedan is more a looker than the hatch, but this Civic RS pulls it off very well.
The Civic VTi-L now gets active safety kit for 2019, but is that enough to kick it with the class leaders?
Life-sized LEGO projects are serious business. Thousands of hours and hundreds of thousands of bricks go into most, with subjects that range from towering giraffes and elephants to motorised Bugattis and decked-out Kombi campers. Scaling things down a little, even the legendary Saturn V rocket and Darth Vader's iconic Death Star have been rendered in huge but not-quite-life-sized form...
Usually, when we have a classic car visit our garage, we undertake an old versus new comparison, pointing out differences in driving, exterior, and technology etc. But not this time. When Honda offered us a drive of the first-generation 1973 Honda Civic it recently acquired, we wanted to give it the spotlight, as its younger sibling, the tenth-generation 2018 Honda Civic, has seen plenty of it since its launch in 2016...
We loved the bewinged, turbocharged Civic Type R at the track, but is this hot Honda easier to live with than its predecessor?