Honda Pre-Owned: 5 Reliable Hondas That Won’t Break the Bank
Honda automobiles have earned the reputation of being both affordable, and reliable. The same goes for many of the used Honda models available to you.
It’s a testament to the Japanese giant’s reliability that we can tell car shoppers to even seek out used Hondas. There are more than a few auto makers that we couldn’t do the same for.
So here’s a list of our picks for affordable reliability in the used Honda line.
A Used Honda: Reliability in all shapes and sizes
Used Honda Pilot
Class: Crossover SUV
Used Price (2017): $26,499
Gas mileage: 19/27
Why choose a pre-owned Honda Pilot:
For starters, if you want something more akin to a traditional SUV in size, the Pilot is for you.
The largest of the crossover SUVs that Honda produces, the 2017 Used Pilot is roomy.
It seats up to eight reasonably sized humans, powered by a 3.5L V-6 engine.
The Pilot has the room and power to ensure a smooth, comfortable ride for you and seven of your closest friends.
Used Honda Civic
Class: Compact/Small-end mid-size
Used Price (2012): $7,400
Gas mileage: 28/39
Why choose a pre-owned Honda Civic:
The Honda Civic is not new to the compact car game.
Offered by Honda since way back in the pre-Disco Era (1973), it’s a popular choice every year. The Civic boasts a balanced, swift ride, with the ability to shorten your commute.
The only drawback is that the 2019 version’s reliability ranking is not as high as previous models.
Class: subcompact SUV
Used Price (2016): $18,598
Gas mileage: 28/35
Why choose a pre-owned Honda HR-V:
Despite its diminutive size, the used Honda HR-V is perfect for that weekend camping trip. There’s more than enough room for you, a guest and all the gear you need on your weekend out.
Used Honda Accord
Used Price (2013): $12,995
Gas mileage: 27/36
Why choose a pre-owned Honda Accord:
A true mid-size car since 1989, the Honda Accord is one of the most popular cars in its class.
When you get a Honda Accord, you get a reliable sedan that ages well. You won’t have to overextend your budget either, as you can find one under $15K with ease.
The only caveat is that you may have to go back further than five production years.
Used Honda Fit
Used Price (2015): $14,590
Gas mileage: 32/38
Why choose a pre-owned Honda Fit:
If like hatchbacks, then Honda Fit is a slam-dunk for you. You don’t have to search for long to find a used one that fits all budgets. The cargo space is on the small side, and even though it seats up to five, it’s going to be a super tight fit.
But, for cruising around with your main man or woman, the Honda Fit is the ticket. You’ll love the gas mileage too.