Here's the used car buying guide to the fourth-generation Honda CR-V.
The ninth generation of the Honda Civic makes a great alternative to the default hatchbacks.
The Honda Accord is one of those cars you can pretty much buy without worrying about it.
The seventh generation of Civic wasn’t the most striking car to look at but it was massively spacious, good to drive and, above all, reliable.
Honda’s Civic-based MPV is hugely spacious and surprisingly sporty to drive, but a glut of later JDM imports makes buying one a bit confusing.
The second generation CR-V looked barely any different to the first model, but was actually much more sophisticated and the first CR-V to have a diesel engine.
The Insight is a five-door hatchback hybrid, not too dissimilar in concept from Toyota's Prius.
After its sleek Stream MPV Honda's next family-orientated model looked a touch oddball in its stance, being wide and tall rather than long and slender.
Introduced late in 2008, Honda’s Jazz followed the formula laid out by its popular predecessor.
Positioned to compete against both premium products like Land Rover’s Freelander and mainstream motors such as Nissan’s X-Trail, the CR-V has plenty of appeal.