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Honda wins two categories in the  Women’s World Car of the Year Awards 2016  


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18/10/16 by DAMIEN O’CARROLL



The Women’s World Car of the Year awards have been announced and Honda has taken two category wins, an unprecedented achievement for a manufacturer, with the Civic winning the “Family Car” Category, and the Jazz winning the “Budget Car” category. This is the second win for the Jazz in this category, with a 2014 win...
After a ten year hiatus the HR-V has been reintroduced; it’s such an improvement the new vehicle probably shouldn’t share the name. The first generation wasn’t a massive seller here in New Zealand, but this incarnation is likely to change that. It really is a great value all-rounder – if you’re after a hatch, a station wagon or an SUV ...
Honda has completely shaken up the recipe for the Civic with the all-new 10th generation model. Where previously the Civic has predominantly been viewed as a small (but ever-growing) hatch, the latest model has gone full-on Accord in both dimensions and styling, with the new car almost being more of a replacement for the popular Accord Euro...
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The all new Civic is a stand out for Honda


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19/2/16 by ROSS KIDDIE

The all new Honda Civic will arrive in showrooms across the country at the end of July.
The all new 10th generation Civic has been totally redesigned with a revolutionary silhouette, athletic new stance and elegant, aerodynamic styling that advances one of Honda’s most loved nameplates into a new era.


The Honda HR-V Sport X is one of the newer entrants into the small SUV segment, but it’s quickly established itself as one of the better ones out there at the moment.
Based on the Jazz platform, the HR-V is conventional in most of its mechanical details. Like the Jazz, there are struts up front and a torsion beam in the ...


As manufacturers comprehend the enormity of the sport utility vehicle market, so are they increasing the number of models within the various segments, small to large.  Honda has looked at the SUV market and decided that it could expand in there as well - alongside the CRV is a newly-reintroduced HR-V.
Regular readers will recall my entry-level evaluation...

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