2007 Honda Ratings, Reviews and Awards

2007 didn't bring many, if any changes, to the Honda Civic or Honda Accord, the two flagship sedans in the brand's line-up. It did see Honda introduce a subcompact to the US market, the Honda Fit. The 2007 Fit was meant to fill in the gap left as the Honda Civic had increased in size over the years, leaving a void in the compact car market. The Honda Fit was the US version of what was known in other countries as the Honda Jazz, a tiny car that had made quite a splash, selling more than one million units in 70 countries before its 2007 US debut. One feature that made the fit particularly appealing to US drivers, who aren't exactly known for embracing small cars, was its fuel efficiency. The Fit could get up to 33 mpg/city and up to 38 mpg/highway. Although small, it offered plenty of space for adults to sit comfortably in both the front and rear seats, as well as ample cargo space in the back.
Research 2007 Honda models (12)
Accord Hybrid
$6,913 - $7,983
People Are Paying
31 MPG
COMBINED
$6,913 - $7,983
People Are Paying
31 MPG
COMBINED
Accord
$5,704 - $7,643
People Are Paying
24 - 30 MPG
COMBINED
$5,704 - $7,643
People Are Paying
24 - 30 MPG
COMBINED
Civic
$4,957 - $6,545
People Are Paying
34 - 34 MPG
COMBINED
$4,957 - $6,545
People Are Paying
34 - 34 MPG
COMBINED
Civic Hybrid
$5,158 - $5,878
People Are Paying
50 MPG
COMBINED
$5,158 - $5,878
People Are Paying
50 MPG
COMBINED
Civic Si
$6,518 - $7,693
People Are Paying
27 MPG
COMBINED
$6,518 - $7,693
People Are Paying
27 MPG
COMBINED
CR-V
$6,656 - $8,736
People Are Paying
25 - 26 MPG
COMBINED
$6,656 - $8,736
People Are Paying
25 - 26 MPG
COMBINED
Element
$6,344 - $8,117
People Are Paying
22 - 24 MPG
COMBINED
$6,344 - $8,117
People Are Paying
22 - 24 MPG
COMBINED
Fit
$5,060 - $6,135
People Are Paying
34 - 35 MPG
COMBINED
$5,060 - $6,135
People Are Paying
34 - 35 MPG
COMBINED
Odyssey
$4,608 - $6,919
People Are Paying
21 - 22 MPG
COMBINED
$4,608 - $6,919
People Are Paying
21 - 22 MPG
COMBINED
Pilot
$5,303 - $7,046
People Are Paying
19 - 21 MPG
COMBINED
$5,303 - $7,046
People Are Paying
19 - 21 MPG
COMBINED
Ridgeline
$7,895 - $9,847
People Are Paying
18 MPG
COMBINED
$7,895 - $9,847
People Are Paying
18 MPG
COMBINED
S2000
$16,290 - $18,569
People Are Paying
23 MPG
COMBINED
$16,290 - $18,569
People Are Paying
23 MPG
COMBINED
2007 didn't bring many, if any changes, to the Honda Civic or Honda Accord, the two flagship sedans in the brand's line-up. It did see Honda introduce a subcompact to the US market, the Honda Fit. The 2007 Fit was meant to fill in the gap left as the Honda Civic had increased in size over the years, leaving a void in the compact car market. The Honda Fit was the US version of what was known in other countries as the Honda Jazz, a tiny car that had made quite a splash, selling more than one million units in 70 countries before its 2007 US debut. One feature that made the fit particularly appealing to US drivers, who aren't exactly known for embracing small cars, was its fuel efficiency. The Fit could get up to 33 mpg/city and up to 38 mpg/highway. Although small, it offered plenty of space for adults to sit comfortably in both the front and rear seats, as well as ample cargo space in the back.
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