2006 Honda Ratings, Reviews and Awards

Honda’s reputation for reliability continues with some modest changes to its existing line, a brand-new rollout of a redesigned classic, and a truck for city driving. The quintessential Honda, the Civic model, get a sleek upgrade for a new generation with a sportier exterior and a redesigned two-tier instrument panel for the interior. Drivers now have the option of the Civic Hybrid as well with all the reliable features of the classic Civic with supercharged gas mileage. Honda also brings back the Si trim with a coupe body powered by 197 horsepower in its four-cylinder engine. The Ridgeline debuts this year as a retooled truck concept. It offers drivers the convenience of a truck bed but handles like the lithe urban vehicles Honda is known for. Other model changes include Ex-P version of the Honda Element with a single-color design scheme and minor safety and aesthetic changes to the rest of the mostly practical Honda vehicle family.
Research 2006 Honda models (12)
Accord Hybrid
$6,096 - $6,999
People Are Paying
29 MPG
COMBINED
$6,096 - $6,999
People Are Paying
29 MPG
COMBINED
Accord
$4,966 - $6,989
People Are Paying
24 - 30 MPG
COMBINED
$4,966 - $6,989
People Are Paying
24 - 30 MPG
COMBINED
Civic
$4,419 - $5,933
People Are Paying
34 - 34 MPG
COMBINED
$4,419 - $5,933
People Are Paying
34 - 34 MPG
COMBINED
Civic Hybrid
$4,411 - $5,027
People Are Paying
50 MPG
COMBINED
$4,411 - $5,027
People Are Paying
50 MPG
COMBINED
Civic Si
$5,817 - $6,628
People Are Paying
27 MPG
COMBINED
$5,817 - $6,628
People Are Paying
27 MPG
COMBINED
CR-V
$5,632 - $7,504
People Are Paying
23 - 26 MPG
COMBINED
$5,632 - $7,504
People Are Paying
23 - 26 MPG
COMBINED
Element
$5,407 - $7,284
People Are Paying
22 - 24 MPG
COMBINED
$5,407 - $7,284
People Are Paying
22 - 24 MPG
COMBINED
Insight
$3,880 - $4,421
People Are Paying
57 - 63 MPG
COMBINED
$3,880 - $4,421
People Are Paying
57 - 63 MPG
COMBINED
Odyssey
$4,282 - $6,254
People Are Paying
22 - 24 MPG
COMBINED
$4,282 - $6,254
People Are Paying
22 - 24 MPG
COMBINED
Pilot
$4,906 - $6,382
People Are Paying
19 - 21 MPG
COMBINED
$4,906 - $6,382
People Are Paying
19 - 21 MPG
COMBINED
Ridgeline
$7,358 - $8,942
People Are Paying
18 MPG
COMBINED
$7,358 - $8,942
People Are Paying
18 MPG
COMBINED
S2000
$13,963 - $15,917
People Are Paying
23 MPG
COMBINED
$13,963 - $15,917
People Are Paying
23 MPG
COMBINED
Honda’s reputation for reliability continues with some modest changes to its existing line, a brand-new rollout of a redesigned classic, and a truck for city driving. The quintessential Honda, the Civic model, get a sleek upgrade for a new generation with a sportier exterior and a redesigned two-tier instrument panel for the interior. Drivers now have the option of the Civic Hybrid as well with all the reliable features of the classic Civic with supercharged gas mileage. Honda also brings back the Si trim with a coupe body powered by 197 horsepower in its four-cylinder engine. The Ridgeline debuts this year as a retooled truck concept. It offers drivers the convenience of a truck bed but handles like the lithe urban vehicles Honda is known for. Other model changes include Ex-P version of the Honda Element with a single-color design scheme and minor safety and aesthetic changes to the rest of the mostly practical Honda vehicle family.
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