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Honda Ranges

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  • Honda Civic Tourer (2014 onwards) Review
    Parkers rating: 4 out of 5 4.0
    New price: £18,845 - £25,720
    • Practical load area
    • Easy to drive
    • Low running costs
    • Clever adaptive dampers
      • Pricey against rivals
      • Only two engine options
      • Numb steering
      • Adaptive dampers not standard across range
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    • Honda CR-V (2012 onwards) Review
      Parkers rating: 3.5 out of 5 3.5
      New price: £23,475 - £36,780
      • Reliable
      • Proven formula for family SUV
      • More practical than ever
      • Not as efficient or cheap to run as competitors
      • Not a huge step forwards
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    • Honda HR-V (2015 onwards) Review
      Parkers rating: 4.5 out of 5 4.5
      New price: £19,090 - £26,630
      • Spacious interior
      • Interesting styling
      • Impressive diesel
      • Overall practicality
      • Lacklustre petrol engine
      • Unsettled ride on larger wheels
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    • Honda Jazz (2015 onwards) Review
      Parkers rating: 4.5 out of 5 4.5
      New price: £13,955 - £18,165
      • More room
      • Supremely comfortable ride
      • Handles better on new chassis
      • Cabin quality improved
      • Restricted engine choice
      • CVT Automatic not great
      • Infotainment controls a bit slow
      • Hard plastics remain
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    Renowned for making cars, motorbikes and one of the biggest producers of engines in the world, the Japanese company Honda was created in 1951. It's one of the biggest manufacturers in Japan and has gone on to make garden equipment, aircraft and even robots.

    The crux of the company’s model range includes the Jazz, Accord, CR-V and long-running Civic. Hybrid cars include the Insight and the sporty, two-seat CR-Z. Honda has also launched sports cars including the S2000 and the NSX supercar.

    The firm has a strong reputation for building solid and dependable cars, which have topped a number of customer and reliability surveys. Along with Toyota, it was an early adopter of hybrid technology – combining an electric battery and motor with a petrol engine to reduce CO2 emissions and improve fuel economy.

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