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It may have had the reliability of a Swiss watch, but Honda's Accord was generally as unexciting to drive as it was to look at. That's with the exception of the cracking Type-R of course, which is a vastly under-rated performance car that'll have you grinning every time you drive it. If you want something large and reliable but you haven't got much in the way of readies to pay for it, you could do worse than take a look at the Accord.
With its slick gearbox, light steering and comfortable driving position, the Civic is an easy car to drive - and as long as it's been serviced properly it'll just keep going. Popular with old and young alike, there are plenty of Civics available, many of which have covered tiny mileages in the hands of doting owners. But not all fit into this category, so check any purchase very carefully.
If you want a small hatch that stands out from the crowd, the Civic is for you. Even now, this eighth-generation Civic's futuristic lines still look the part, and the dash is every bit as cutting-edge. Throw in generous equipment levels, a strong structure, lots of safety kit and a spacious, flexible interior and you've got a great family car. Some early examples aren't as well built as you might expect however, so you can't always take that legendary Honda reliability for granted.
Honda has gone to great lengths to demonstrate that not all 4x4s are the same - because its own CR-V is more economical and safer than most of its rivals. With that legendary Japanese reliability you shouldn't suffer many headaches running one of these - apart from running the gauntlet of misguided anti-4x4 protesters.
The final Honda FR-V was built in the summer of 2009, but you could be forgiven for not even knowing the car existed. The only true rival to Fiat's Multipla, the FR-V was a six-seater featuring two rows of three chairs, which means you can carry six people and still have plenty of room for luggage. There's ample flexibility with the seating configurations too, so if you're looking for a people carrier with a difference, don't overlook the FR-V.
While buyers flock to the Fiesta and Corsa, if you want a great supermini, it's the Jazz that consistently wins the awards. With its one-box design, the Jazz offers a more complete package than any of its rivals. Frankly, if you're after a small, cheap car that's reliable and practical, you'll struggle to find anything better than this.
Until the NSX, supercars were impractical, temperamental things that cost a fortune to run. But Honda changed all that, with a car that's stunning to look at, fast and handles superbly - yet it's also docile, reliable and needn't cost an arm and a leg to run. Many owners are hanging onto their cars, unable to find anything comparable as a replacement. Try one - even briefly - and you'll immediately see their predicament.
Two-seater open-topped sports cars will always be compromised, but some are less compromised than others. Take the S2000 for example; capable of delivering so much, including peerless reliability, yet it asks for relatively little in return. However, the Honda is definitely an enthusiast's machine, so you need to ensure you can live with the ride/handling balance as well as the high-revving VTEC power plant before committing to purchase.