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2015 Honda HR-V VTi-S Review

I have had my HRV VTi-s for a month and done about 2500ks. Downsizing from a V6 it definitely lacks as much power but is ample for my wife who is the main driver. Seating is good for 4 large adults and ride is very good. Just did a trip from Hervey Bay via Brisbane to Tenterfield and back with 3 large adults in the vehicle all with an overnight bag each and all commented on how good the vehicle drove and ride comfort for a small vehicle...

2015 Honda HR-V VTi-L Review

I wanted to downsize from a CRV yet still have a comfortable business car. I like the HRV however what I did not know and I was not told these details by the sales people is that you cannot make phone calls from your phone contacts list without actually handling the phone and pressing the home button on the phone, which is illegal whilst driving...

2012 Honda CR-V VTi (4x2) Review

Have had my Honda CRV for 2 1/2 yrs, (3rd Honda) but very disappointed with this model. Perhaps it is this particular vehicle, as I have a couple of little problems with it. Mainly take off, seems to chug a lot and will not increase speed past 60kmh for first 1-2 kms, this is an intermittent problem. Dealership and Honda Australia keep telling me it is a "peculiarity" of this model in manual...

2013 Honda Accord Euro Luxury Navi Review

Deciding to retire my 2010 Holden Cruze CDX Diesel as I was beginning to have a few problems (4 Fuel feed lines in 3 years, Shock Absorbers, CV Shafts, and 2 sets of break pads all in 65,000km) I decided to shop around a little, I wasn't going to go back to a Holden dealership as I wasn't going to own another re-badged Daewoo...

2012 Honda Civic VTi-S Review

This Honda Civic Hatch manual is now 2 years old and has travelled just over 24,000 kms. Very well made and considered excellent value for money.The Civic Hatch has a delightful 6 speed gearbox and the clutch has a very smooth action too. Spacious and very comfortable on longer trips. Very economical averaging approximately 7...

2014 Honda CR-V Dti-L Review

We were in the market for an SUV, like most of the country considering the abundance of them these days. After looking at the most popular models like the Rav-4, CX-5 and the VW Tiguan, we decided for the Honda. Almost all SUV’s come in a diesel and I’d be very surprised at anyone who would specifically go for a petrol version...

2014 Honda Jazz GLi Review

Not impressed with the Honda Jazz I find it uncomfortable to drive sitting in too long on long drives, I feel sorry for anyone in the back to squashy. It has no get up and go especially overtaking forget it you won't make it. I have mine serviced at Honda and the price I pay to service it I could buy a 95 civic...

2004 Honda Accord V6 Review

The search for a new car came, after the 13 year old faithful Toyota Corona, parked on the side of the road was involved in a hit and run, resulted in extensive damage to the rear and roof making it a write off. In 2005 we wanted a reasonably priced mid-size Japanese V6; test drove the Nissan Maxima, felt clumsy, and ruled out the Camry at the time as it was near the end of its product cycle...

2012 Honda Accord VTi Review

This is the perfect family sedan. The interior feels as spacious as a large family sedan but you only have to worry about paying the fuel bill for a 2.4L engine. The interior is very comfortable and built to a high quality. I love the styling of the front of the vehicle although I think the designers got the rear wrong...

2012 Honda Civic VTi-S Review

Purchased this car about 14 months ago thinking I got a great deal at $19,990 drive away. The deal was clinched following a short 15 minute test drive on mainly flat highway. Less than one week later the car was returned with faulty door trim. Then I discover the heater not working until at 5 kilometres have been travelled...

2014 Honda Civic VTi-S Review

The brief was to find a cheap, reliable, good looking car for a 20 year old which would last about 5 years before I considered spending over $30,000 for a big boy car like a WRX ST-I. The choices I had were the Mazda 6, Subaru Impreza & Lancer VRX. I ended up making my choice after being in all three of these vehicles which were owned by mates of mine and deciding the Honda Civic Hatch was the way to go...