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.
You can fit all your friends (and even some of your enemies) into this versatile, comfortable and unexpectedly attractive seven-seater SUV – but you’ll have to forego some extra safety and tech for the privilege of more passengers.
Rarities, one-offs, and a 75th birthday present For Ferry Porsche.
Even in top-spec guise, the HR-V is outclassed by competitors on almost all fronts bar one – its ingenious use of its compact cabin space.
Australia’s new car market offers a huge range of makes and models, but not every new car gets a ticket to our wide brown land. Here’s some of the better cars we miss out on.
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.
Think hybrid, think Toyota – right? Well, maybe not. Honda has hybrid history, and with its new Accord hybrid it takes a shot at the undersupplied petrol-electric sedan market.
Honda concedes it won't sell many 10th generation Accord sedans, but that doesn't mean this updated icon of the road is without merit...
The flagship Honda Civic sedan offers a well-rounded package, though struggles to stand out against an ever-evolving competitor set.