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Honda buying guide

What Honda models are there?

The Honda E might be the smallest model offered in the UK by the Japanese brand, but don’t expect it to be the cheapest one. Its retro-inspired looks hide a barrage of the latest technology and an interior designed to feel like a comfy lounge. There’s even a plug socket to plug a games console into and an aquarium mode on the bank of screens. The tech doesn’t stop there, as traditional wing mirrors are replaced by rear-facing cameras. Perhaps unsurprisingly given its size, the boot is on the petite side.

The Honda Jazz, meanwhile, is a high-riding supermini that’s more clever than it initially looks. As an example, its rear seat bases can flip up like cinema seats so you can fit tall items in the footwells. The Jazz takes an unashamedly sensible approach to small car design – if you don’t care about driving thrills, the Jazz will be absolutely brilliant to live with. The latest generation of Jazz, introduced in 2020, is hybrid-only, while the previous version is predominantly petrol-powered.

Honda’s Civic hatchback has been around for decades in one shape or another. It’s grown into a spacious family car that outclasses even the Ford Focus or Toyota Corolla for practicality, but hasn’t sacrificed driving fun. Its infotainment system could definitely be better, but there’s a lot to like about the Civic. Topping the range is the ultra-fast Civic Type R. In 2022, the latest Civic was launched with more restrained styling and a better touchscreen, plus a hybrid engine.


Which Honda models are SUVs?

Honda has now made its entire range hybrid or electric (Civic Type R excepted), and the HR-V became hybrid in 2022. Models produced before this get nippy petrol or economical diesel engines. These slightly older HR-Vs get funky styling and really useful features, but the media screen has a similarly clunky feel to equivalent Civics.

Honda’s largest SUV sold here is the CR-V. A big family hauler like this would’ve been mainly diesel-powered a few years ago, but most CR-Vs now come with petrol or hybrid options instead. Passenger space is very impressive, as is the standard kit list, although base-spec cars don’t get an infotainment touchscreen.


Honda typically does very well in reliability surveys, despite its complex hybrid systems. Owners are often very happy with their purchases, although the brand’s older infotainment systems might bamboozle some users. For ultimate peace of mind, consider the Motorpoint Extended Warranty when you purchase your next car.

The Honda E is, for now, the brand’s only electric car. It’s a battery-powered city car that can manage up to 137 miles on a charge, but fast-charging means the E can venture beyond the town centre. It’s nippy and has agile steering – in fact, its turning circle is smaller than a London taxi’s!

Honda VTEC or i-VTEC petrol engines have been developed over the last couple of decades. The VTEC variable-valve-timing system provides low fuel consumption at lower revs and high performance towards the top of the rev range. 

Short for intelligent Multi Mode Drive, i-MMD signifies that you’re looking at a hybrid Honda model, with a petrol engine mated to a small battery and electric motor. It has three drive modes allowing you to prioritise one or both power sources or, leave it alone and it’ll automatically switch between electric and petrol power depending on the driving situation and the road type.

A CVT is a type of automatic gearbox. It stands for Continuously Variable Transmission, because there isn’t a set number of gears like you’d find in a standard gearbox. What’s even more confusing is that Honda’s eCVT setup doesn’t use a gearbox at all, instead relying on the electric motor with the petrol engine acting as a generator.

Honda Sensing is a package of active safety features and driver aids. Among the inclusions are traffic-sign recognition, hill-start assist, lane-keeping assist, autonomous emergency braking and a system that contacts the emergency services if you have a crash. It’s usually fitted on most, if not all, modern Honda models.

Any Honda bought from Motorpoint can be financed on Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) or Hire Purchase (HP) agreements, with no deposit necessary.