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2006 Honda Accord Cpe trims

2006 Accord Cpe

The 2006 Honda Accord Cpe is a two-door coupe with seating for five passengers and is capable of achieving 34 mpg on the highway.

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2006 Honda Civic Cpe trims

2006 Civic Cpe

A two-door coupe, the 2006 Honda Civic Cpe has been redesigned for the new year with a more sleek style yet maintains its fuel-efficiency when heading down the road.

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2006 Honda Civic Hybrid trims

2006 Civic Hybrid

A five-passenger hybrid sedan, the all-new 2006 Honda Civic Hybrid will keep you between fill-ups for some time thanks to a fuel economy rating of 49 mpg in the city and 51 mpg on the highway.

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2006 Honda Civic Si trims

2006 Civic Si

A two-door compact sports car, the 2006 Honda Civic Si has morphed from a hatchback to a coupe with this new redesigned style, and is powered by a 197 hp motor under the hood.

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2006 Honda Insight trims

2006 Insight

An incredible EPA rating of 60 mpg city and 66 mpg highway push the 2006 Honda Insight, a two-door hybrid coupe with seating for two, to the head of the fuel-efficiency game.

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2006 Honda S2000 trims

2006 S2000

Available in one no-nonsense trim, the 2006 Honda S2000 is a two-passenger convertible sports car that offers crisp handling and turn-shredding ride.

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Honda's 2006 vehicle line-up is highlighted by a redesigned favorite and a newcomer. Premiering in 2006 is the eighth generation Honda Civic involving a sleeker exterior and an interior that incorporates a two-tier instrument panel. Along with promoting new technologies for greater safety and entertainment, the 2006 Civic also marks a return with the Si. Built as a hatchback from 2002 to 2005, the new Civic Si trim level reverts back to the coupe body style that is now powered by a 197-horsepower 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. Based on a concept vehicle, the Honda Ridgeline debuts as the Japanese brand's first North American production product with a bed box. While boasting the flexibility of a pickup truck, the 2006 Ridgeline is focused around urban use and comfort. Also worth noting, an all-new EX-P version of the 2006 Honda Element provides a single color body appearance that replaces the front, rear and roof cladding.