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2014 Honda Accord
  • $30,340 - $51,990*
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2014 Honda City
  • $15,990 - $21,390*
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2014 Honda Civic
  • $18,490 - $33,990*
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2014 Honda CRV
  • $27,490 - $45,790*
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2014 Honda CR-Z
  • $38,490 - $40,790*
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2014 Honda Insight
  • $26,990 - $30,990*
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2014 Honda Jazz
  • $14,990 - $22,990*
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2014 Honda Odyssey
  • $35,100 - $47,620*
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2013 Honda Accord
  • $28,190 - $51,990*
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* Price provided by the manufacturer through Glass's. Actual prices for this car are set by dealers and may be more or less than the Price Guide and may also include dealer delivery fees and taxes. You should check the price of the car with your local dealer.


Honda may be best known as the world’s largest manufacturer of motorcycles, but they are also Japan’s second-largest automobile maker, and the producer of the highest volume of internal-combustion engines in the world.

While the Honda Motor Company releases a variety of different lines in different markets around the world, the Honda Civic is an internationally recognized model, and one of the world’s most popular compact cars.

In the past, Honda has had a high-profile racing presence, often publicizing its passenger car range as having racing pedigree. The Honda F1 team has been sporadically present in the sport since 1964, but formally withdrew from the competition in 2008. In 2006, Honda also became the sole engine provider for the IndyCar World Series.

In Australia, Honda has an extensive presence in the small-to-medium passenger car market, with popular lines such as the Jazz, Civic, Accord and City. With a hybrid variant of the Civic also available in Australia, Honda is playing a part in the green-driving evolution.

As the world leader in motorcycle production and the sixth largest international car manufacturer, Honda has a broad research and development program, to which it allocates 5% of its overall revenue.

Honda also operates a driving school in Australia (Honda Australia Roadcraft Training) for cars and motorcycles, available to corporate or private customers.