Honda’s various products including marine engines, motorcycles and cars have been on sale in Australia since the 1950s, but the company was officially established as a subsidiary in early 1969 – the first of its kind for Honda anywhere in the world.

During its evolution, the Japanese car maker has produced some notable models including two generations of the NSX mid-engined supercar, although its range of Type R high-performance models (which included a late version of the gen-one NSX) are arguably more deserving of the title as Honda’s heroes.

In recent years, the company has trimmed the number of models and variants within each family with a focus on fewer but more premium offerings. The line-up currently consists of the Civic hatchback, Accord sedan, and HR-V and CR-V SUVs. The latter mid-sized SUV represents the company’s most popular vehicle.

Honda Australia is also noted as being the first mainstream brand to introduce a nationwide agency model for its dealership network, which it did in 2020 along with a national fixed price strategy.

Honda Models & Pricing

ModelBodyDrivetrainFuel TypePrice
Honda AccordSedanfrontPetrol$52,986.67 - $58,828.57
Honda Civic HatchHatchbackfrontPetrol$29,258.25 - $44,986.41
Honda CR-VSUVfront, 4x4Petrol$34,015.53 - $50,923.81
Honda HR-VSUVfrontPetrol$34,792.23 - $44,792.23
Honda OdysseyPeople MoverfrontPetrol$46,257.14 - $53,209.52

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