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What the experts are saying about,

the feature packed and adrenaline pumping Civic Type R.

news.com.au 02/02/2018

“It definitely surprised me. Even though it’s not all-wheel-drive you feel more confident because the suspension, steering and brakes are so precise, you can really take it to the limit and get the most out of it. The brakes are phenomenal. This is a real surprise package”  –  Molly Taylor

CarAdvice 16/02/2018

“Beyond trumping the Ford Focus RS and BMW M140i for practicality, cabin space, and driver aid tech (notably its excellent adaptive cruise and blind spot systems), the Type R’s relatively relaxing ride is a revelation for a car that delivers hard-core handling”. – Jez Spinks

Carsales 07/12/2017

“Yep, the Type R looks great, goes great and feels great on the racetrack. That it feels better and is fractionally faster that the Ford Focus RS is an incredible testament to the level of Honda’s achievement” – Bruce Newton

What the experts are saying about,

the sporty and sophisticated, all-new Honda Civic hatch.

Force GT 20/02/2018

“Modern sharp looks with the driving dynamics to back it all up make the Civic hatch more exciting than most and the good praise continues on the inside. The well thought out cabin brims with storage and practicality while sporting a stylish design.” – Aaron Brendel

Drive 01/12/2017

“Most significantly here, its boot isn’t just bigger than most small hatches (400 litres) but more versatile – its back seat folds lower and flatter than any rival, and the squabs lift up to liberate storage space you just don’t get in other small cars.” – Cameron McGavin

Chasing Cars 01/11/2017

“With good power on tap, strong brakes, quick steering and good levels of driver feedback,

the Civic quickly establishes itself as a “fun car”, and one that offers depths of ability for a

driver that wants to really test the Honda’s high limits.” – Tom Baker

What the experts are saying about,

the stylish and sporty, Honda Civic sedan.

Behind The Wheel 04/09/2017

“You feel like you’re in a high-end luxury brand..” – Alan Zurvas

CarAdvice 11/02/2017

“..the Civic is more spacious and more thoughtful than most of its rivals.” – Matt Campbell

CarsGuide 09/11/2017

“The USB and HDMI ports are hidden away in a multi-level arrangement under the dash,

with a clever cut that has little notches to help control your cables. A very thoughtful touch.”

What the experts are saying about,

the adventurous and city-sized, Honda HR-V.

Motoring guru 14/01/2018

“Yes, actually. The Honda HR-V VTi does exactly what it says on the tin – a basic, city- oriented SUV that offers great comfort and decent driveability for an affordable starting price. And for many, this could very well tick all the boxes.” – Matt Calvitto

News.com.au 28/12/2017

“Overall, the HR-V is one of the most secure and fun-to-drive cars in the baby SUV class and

does a decent job of disguising its Jazz hatchback origins. It’s relatively frugal (a claimed

6.9L/100km) and runs on regular unleaded.” – Joshua Dowling

What the experts are saying about,

the iconic and family-friendly, Honda CR-V.

Behind The Wheel 16/02/2018

“The Honda CR-V is the better value proposition for seven seats, when you consider the difference in technology, inclusions, engine power, drive, and the warranty (compared with the Nissan X-Trail TL)” – Simon Lai

Motoring 22/02/2018

The seven seat CR-V felt a little livelier off the mark than the all-wheel drive model. As far as CVTs go, the unit in the CR-V was quite effective at harnessing the engine’s output for optimal performance.” – Ken Gratton

Cars Guide 07/02/2018

“For families on their weekly route of work-school-grandparents-sport-shopping, it’s a great car to drive and will fare you well. Plus visibility is great out all windows and the car is easy to park.” – Nedahl Stelio

What the experts are saying about,

the stylish and efficient, Honda Jazz.

Carsales 14/02/2018

“The five-door Jazz’s biggest selling point is its versatility. The boxy body and intelligent use of

interior space offers TARDIS-like cabin dimensions that belie its in-paper dimensions; while

the increased infotainment technology, single-zone climate control and uncomplicated

instrument panel help keep the Jazz fresh.” - Matt Brogan

Weekend Courier (print) 26/01/2018

“A long-term favourite with plenty of strengths, especially in the flexibility of the cabin layout with what Honda calls magic seats to maximise carrying capacity. The Jazz is light to handle and easy to park.” - Paul Gover

Cars Guide 19/01/2018

“Its entry-level offering is a good-value, sturdy car that is packed with its best qualities, no matter which one you buy.”- Peter Anderson

What the experts are saying about,

the compact and sophisticated, Honda City.

Drive 22/01/2018

“When it comes to cheap cars, the sweet spot is always at the affordable end of the range. That’s certainly the case in the City, where $15,990 (plus on-roads) buys a reliable little car with modern touches and a seven-year warranty.” – David McCowen

Cars Guide 30/01/2018

“Up front, the City is a great fit even for taller drivers, and it’s height adjustable seat also means that the less vertically inclined pilot can find a comfortable position behind the tilt- and reach adjustable wheel.” - Tim Robson

Car Showroom 19/06/2017

“For those wanting a compact sedan that will probably last forever, represents good value, looks rather decent, is affordable and also quite practical, the Honda City offers quite an enticing package.” – Author unknown


DISCLAIMER: Honda improves and updates its models regularly. The above quotes may be from reviews of vehicles that are no longer available for

sale, and accordingly, may not apply to current Honda models. Please consult your dealer or a current brochure for full details and specifications of the

model that interests you.