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New Honda Model Research and Comparisons

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2020 Honda Models

2020 Honda Odyssey Research

2020 Honda Odyssey

2019 Honda Models

2018 Honda Models

2018 Honda Clarity Hybrid Research

2018 Honda Clarity Plug-In Hybrid

2018 Honda Fit Research

2018 Honda Fit

2018 Honda Ridgeline Research

2018 Honda Ridgeline

Hondas have a history of making well past the 250,000-mile benchmark and tend to stay on the road for years. Used Hondas are often bought off of lots pretty quickly. The Honda Fit, Odyssey, and CR-V are known for having some of the best resale values in their categories.

Top-Selling Models

Out of Honda's uniquely impressive lineup, the Civic, Accord, CR-V, and Odyssey are its top-selling models. In 2016, the Honda Civic had the most sales out of any other year in its 44-year-long history. The CR-V also made gains as well, as that was the seventh year in a row that it increased in sales. It should also be mentioned that 2016 was the fifth year in a row that the CR-V, Civic, and Accord gained a combined total of over 1 million sales. Despite being slightly less popular than these models, the Honda Fit is performing well in the subcompact class, often receiving a top-spot ranking from online sources like U.S. News and World Report.


Once you've owned a Honda, it's difficult to think of driving something else. Honda drivers tend to value their vehicles' reliability what other manufacturers have to offer. One of the reasons you might be hard-pressed to find a used Honda for sale by owner is that Honda owners tend to drive their vehicles for years, unwilling to give up on them. Driver aids like lane keep assist and blind spot monitoring is user-friendly and provides helpful feedback to the driver. Interiors tend to be spacious and comfortable, and newer Honda models have extremely well-insulated cabins.

Driving Experience

In addition to being comfortable and relatively noise-free, Honda offers smooth, stable rides that make the driver feel secure going over any type of road surface. Most Hondas have decent acceleration and well-tuned suspensions.

Additionally, mechanics tend to love and recommend Hondas because not only are these vehicles reliable and safe, but their mechanical and technological components are streamlined across lineups, making repairs less of a hassle. Pop the hood on any two Hondas, and you will find a lot of similarities.