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2005 Honda Accord Cpe trims

2005 Accord Cpe

A mid-size two-door coupe with seating for five passengers, the 2005 Honda Accord Cpe is offered with a base four-cylinder engine but is also available with a 244 hp V6.

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2005 Honda Civic Cpe trims

2005 Civic Cpe

A compact, two-door five-passenger car, the 2005 Honda Civic Cpe is stylish, reliable and very fuel-efficient with an EPA estimated fuel economy rating of 30 mpg in the city and 38 mpg on the highway.

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2005 Honda Civic Hybrid trims

2005 Civic Hybrid

The 2005 Honda Civic Hybrid is a brand-new compact hybrid sedan with seating for five passengers and a fuel economy rating of 49 mpg in the city and an astonishing 51 mpg on the highway.

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2005 Honda Civic Sdn trims

2005 Civic Sdn

A compact five-passenger sedan, the 2005 Honda Civic Sdn is smaller than the Accord but more fuel efficient with an EPA estimated 38 mpg on the highway.

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2005 Honda Civic Si trims

2005 Civic Si

The 2005 Honda Civic Si is a sporty two-door compact hatchback that seats five passengers and has a peppy 160 hp 2.0L four-cylinder under the hood.

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2005 Honda Insight trims

2005 Insight

A true fuel-sipper, the 2005 Honda Insight is a two-passenger hybrid coupe capable of 61 mpg in the city and 66 mpg on the highway.

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2005 Honda S2000 trims

2005 S2000

The 2005 Honda S2000 is a two-door, two-passenger sports convertible that handles like it's on rails and makes the most of its high-revving 2.2L four-cylinder engine for a fun ride.

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The majority of the 2005 Honda line-up features some sort of tweak for the new model year. The biggest development is the expansion of the Honda hybrid car fleet in 2005. Adding to the ultra-efficient Insight, gasoline-electric powertrains are now available on two of Honda's most popular existing vehicles. Appearing similar to their gasoline-only powered counterparts, the 2005 Honda Accord Hybrid and a Honda Civic Hybrid debut as a more practical way to embrace environmentally-friendly motoring. Honda's family-hauling 2005 Odyssey minivan is all-new for 2005 advertising big steps in vehicle safety. Constructed on Honda's ACE (Advanced Compatibility Engineering) body structure, the new Odyssey comes standard with side-curtain airbags and electronic stability control. Revamped styling with new headlights defines the 2005 Honda CR-V that also adds standard 16-inch wheels.