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List of Honda automobiles

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Honda has produced the following cars, SUVs, and light trucks.

Current models

Model Calendar year
introduced
Current model Main markets Vehicle information
Introduction Update (facelift)
Hatchback

BRIO
Brio 2011 2018 - Southeast Asia Entry-level hatchback, currently only produced in Indonesia for several Southeast Asian markets.

CITY HATCHBACK
City 1981
2020 (reintroduction)
2020 - Southeast Asia Hatchback version of the City subcompact car. The newest model replaced the third-generation Fit/Jazz in some emerging markets.

CIVIC HATCHBACK
Civic 1972 2016 2019 Global Hatchback version of the Civic compact car.

E
e 2019 2019 - Europe and Japan Full-electric retro-futuristic-styled subcompact hatchback/supermini.


FIT/JAZZ/LIFE

Fit/Jazz/Life 2001 2019 - Global Practicality-oriented subcompact hatchback/supermini. Hybrid and e:HEV available.
Sedan

ACCORD/INSPIRE
Accord 1976 2017 - Global Mid-size sedan. Also available as the Inspire in China. Hybrid available.

AMAZE
Amaze 2013 (as Brio Amaze) 2018 - India Entry-level sedan engineered for the Indian market.

CITY/BALLADE

City 1996 (as a sedan) 2019 - Global (except Europe and North America) Subcompact/compact sedan. The latest generation is destined for emerging markets. Hybrid or e:HEV available.

CIVIC SEDAN
Civic 1972 2015 2018 Global Compact sedan. Oldest continuous nameplate used in a Honda automobile.

CLARITY
Clarity 2016 2016 - North America and Japan Alternative fuel vehicle liftback. Available as a battery-electric, plug-in hybrid and fuel cell.

CRIDER
Crider 2013 2018 - China Chinese regional product that slots between the Civic and Accord/Inspire. Exclusively manufactured by GAC-Honda.

ENVIX
Envix 2018 2018 - China Restyled version of the Crider. Exclusively manufactured by Dongfeng Honda.

INSIGHT
Insight 1999 2019 - North America and Japan Mid-size hybrid electric vehicle sedan.

LEGEND
Legend 1985 2014 2017 Japan Honda's flagship sedan model. Rebadged version of the Acura RLX executive car for the Japanese market.
Coupé

CIVIC COUPÉ
Civic 1972 2015 2018 North America Coupé version of the Civic.
MPV/minivan/station wagon

ELYSION
Elysion 2004 2015 2019 China Chinese regional product based on the Asian Odyssey. Exclusively manufactured by Dongfeng Honda.

FREED
Freed 2008 2016 2019 Japan Two or three-row Mini MPV with sliding doors for the Japanese market. Hybrid available.

JADE
Jade 2013 2013 2018 Japan and China Two or three-row low-slung compact MPV with hinged doors.

MOBILIO
Mobilio 2001 (as a JDM MPV)

2014

2014 2017 Southeast Asia Three-row entry-level mini MPV engineered for the Indonesian market. Based on the Brio platform.

ODYSSEY (Asia)
Odyssey 1994 2013 2020 Asia Three-row minivan with sliding doors engineered for the Japanese market, exported throughout Asia and Middle East. Hybrid available.

ODYSSEY (North America)
Odyssey 1994 2017 2020 North America Three-row minivan with sliding doors engineered for the North American market, exported throughout the Americas and Middle East.

SHUTTLE
Shuttle 2011 (as Fit Shuttle) 2015 2019 Japan Two-row station wagon version of the Fit/Jazz mainly for the Japanese market. Hybrid available.

STEPWGN
Stepwgn 1996 2015 2017 Japan Three-row high-roof compact MPV with sliding doors mainly for the Japanese market. Hybrid available.
Crossover/SUV

AVANCIER
Avancier 2016 2016 2020 China Two-row mid-size crossover SUV for the Chinese market. Sister model with the UR-V. Exclusively manufactured by GAC-Honda.

BR-V
BR-V 2016 2016 2019 Southeast Asia Crossover SUV version of the Mobilio. Based on the Brio platform. Available as a two-row and three-row depending on the market.

BREEZE
Breeze 2019 2019 - China Chinese regional product, a restyled version of the CR-V. Exclusively manufactured by GAC-Honda. Hybrid available.

CR-V
CR-V 1995 2016 2019 Global Compact crossover SUV. Available as a two-row and three-row in select markets. Hybrid and PHEV available.

HR-V/VEZEL
HR-V/Vezel 1998 (HR-V nameplate) 2014 2018 Global Subcompact crossover SUV. Hybrid available.

PASSPORT
Passport 1993 (nameplate) 2018 - North America Two-row, shorter version of the Pilot.

PILOT
Pilot 2002 2015 2018 North America Three-row mid-size crossover SUV mainly for the North American market.

UR-V
UR-V 2004 2011 2019 China Two-row mid-size crossover SUV for the Chinese market. Sister model with the Avancier. Exclusively manufactured by Dongfeng Honda.

WR-V
WR-V 2016 2016 2020 India and South America Crossover SUV version of the Fit/Jazz mainly for India, Brazil, and its neighboring markets.

XR-V
XR-V 2014 2014 2020 China Chinese regional product based on the HR-V. Exclusively manuafctured by Dongfeng Honda.
Kei vehicles

N-BOX
N-Box 2011 2017 2021 Japan Super tall-height wagon kei car with rear sliding doors. Best-selling car in any category in Japan.

N-ONE
N-One 2012 2020[1][2][3] - Japan Retro-styled low-roof hatchback kei car with hinged rear doors.

N-VAN
N-Van 2018 2018 - Japan Kei commercial microvan with rear sliding doors with the emphasis on rear cargo space.

N-WGN
N-WGN 2013 2019 - Japan Semi-tall height wagon kei car with hinged rear doors.
Pickup truck

RIDGELINE
Ridgeline 2004 2016 2020 North America Unibody/monocoque pickup based on the Pilot and Passport.
Sports/performance car

CIVIC TYPE R
Civic Type R 1997 2017 2020 Global Performance version of the Civic hatchback.

NSX
NSX 1990 2016 2019 Global Flagship sports car, available in North America as the Acura NSX.

S660
S660 2015 2015 2020 Japan Two-seater rear-wheel-drive kei convertible sports car. Also classified under kei car class.
Model Calendar year introduced Introduction Update (facelift) Main markets Vehicle information
Current model

Former models

Model Introduced Discontinued Reintroduced Re-discontinued Notes
S500 1963 1964
S600/SM600 1964 1966
S800 1966 1970
S2000 1999 2009
L700 1965 1965
L800 1966 1967
N360/N400 1967 1970
N600 1969 1972
1300 1969 1973
Acty 1977 2020
Airwave/Partner 2005 2010
Ascot 1989 1997
Avancier 1999 2003
Beat 1991 1996
Capa 1998 2002
Concerto 1988 1994
Crosstour 2010 2015
CR-X 1983 1991 a.k.a. Ballade Sports CR-X or Civic CR-X
CR-X del Sol 1992 1997
Crossroad 1993 1998 2007 2010
CR-Z 2011 2016 a hybrid electric vehicle
Domani 1992 2004
Edix/FR-V 2004 2009
Element 2002 2011
EV Plus 1997 1999 an electric vehicle
FCX 2003 2014 a fuel cell vehicle
Fit Aria 2002 2008
Gienia 2015 2019
Grace 2014 2020
Greiz 2015 2019
Integra 1985 2007
Jazz 1981 1986
LaGreat 1999 2004 Version of North American Odyssey for Japan
Life 1971 1974 1997 2014
Life Dunk 2000 2004
Life StepVan 1972 1974
Life Pick-Up 1973 1974
Logo 1996 2001
Mobilio Spike 2002 2008
Orthia/Partner 1996 2002
Prelude 1978 2001
Quint/Quintet 1980 1985
Rafaga 1993 1997
S-MX 1996 2002
Saber 1995 2003
Spirior 2008 2015
Stream 2000 2014
That's 2002 2007
Today 1985 1997
Tourmaster[4] 1996 1998
Torneo 1997 2002
Vamos 1970 1973 1999 2018
Vamos Hobio 2003 2018
Zest 2006 2012
Z 1970 1974 1998 2002

Jointly developed cars

Concept vehicles

Name Year Notes
Honda 3R-C 2010
Honda AC-X 2011
Honda Argento Vivo 1995
Honda ASM 2003
Honda Civic Type R 2014
Honda Concept B 2014
Honda Concept C 2012
Honda Concept D 2015 entered production in 2016 as the UR-V
Honda Concept M 2013
Honda Concept S 2012
Honda CR-Z 2007 entered production in 2010
Honda Dualnote 2001 also shown as the Acura DN-X
Honda EP-X 1991
Honda EV-N Concept 2009 inspired by the N360
Honda EVX 1993
Honda EV-STER 2011
Honda FC Sport 2008
Honda FCEV 2013
Honda FCV 2014
Honda FCX 1999
Honda FCX 2005 entered production as the FCX Clarity
Honda FSR 1993
Honda FS-X 1991
Honda Fuya-Jo 1999
Honda Gear 2013
Honda GRX 2006
Honda Hondina 1970 based on the N360
Honda HP-X 1984
Honda HSC 2003 also shown as the Acura HSC
Honda HSV
Honda IMAS 2003
Honda J-MJ 1997
Honda J-MW 1997 entered production as the Capa
Honda J-VX 1997
Honda J-WJ 1997 entered production as the HR-V
Honda Kiwami 2003
Honda Micro Commuter 2011
Honda Model X 2001 entered production as the Element
Honda MV-99 1998 entered production as the second generation Odyssey
Honda Neukom 1999
Honda NeuV 2017
Honda New Small Concept 2009 entered production as the Brio
Honda N800 1965
Honda OSM 2008
Honda P-NUT Concept 2009
Honda Project 2&4 2015
Honda Puyo 2007
Honda Remix 2006
Honda Skydeck Concept 2009
Honda SSM 1995 entered production as the S2000
Honda S360 1962
Honda S660 2013
Honda Small Hybrid Sports 2007
Honda Spirior 2014
Honda Sports 4 2005
Honda Sports EV 2017
Honda Sprocket 1999
Honda Step Bus 2006
Honda SUT 2004 entered production as the Ridgeline
Honda U3-X 2009 scooter
Honda Unibox 2001
Honda Urban EV 2017
Honda Urban SUV Concept 2013 entered production as the Vezel
Honda Vision XS-1 2014
Honda WOW 2005

Racing vehicles

Honda-powered racing vehicles

Former commercial light trucks

See also

References

  1. ^ https://bestcarweb.jp/news/196205
  2. ^ https://kuruma-news.jp/post/294101
  3. ^ https://carview.yahoo.co.jp/article/detail/2b0bbcc1a39001f4c5e7ef89a6ef94e138f14e0f/
  4. ^ "Honda TOURMASTER, The Complete History : ใครว่า Honda เมืองไทย ไม่เคยขายรถกระบะ...หืม?". HeadLight Magazine (in Thai). 2014-04-16. Retrieved 2020-11-18.

External links

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