Honda takes pragmatism to an extreme with the CR-V, and provided you know that's what you're getting you'll be very satisfied. The 2013 Honda CR-V is the zenith of compact-crossover space efficiency and versatility, and it's one of the safest vehicles on the market.
Cutting right to the chase, and to what families want and need: The 2013 CR-V has one of the best rear seat-folding arrangements of any vehicle in this class; and that's combined with impressive back-seat comfort and good ride comfort in general. Cargo loading is also a snap, as the liftover height is only 23.6 inches. And up front, there's a minivan-like selection of cup holders, cubbies, and cargo trays.
In National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the CR-V has earned five-star results overall, as well as in frontal and side impact testing. It's also earned top 'good' scores in all tests from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) and is a Top Safety Pick. A Multi-Angle Rearview Camera is available and offers three different views (wide, normal, and top) to help you see obstacles (or children).
2013 Honda Accord
2013 Honda Accord Sedan is a shining bright signal that Honda still knows what it's doing. The new, ninth-generation Accord is a convincing reminder of the company's core values and-considering all Honda has been through, including an earthquake that smashed its Tochigi R&D center - a triumphant return to form.
Honda conducts a master class in packaging. The Accord still feels like one of the biggest cars in the segment, with two roomy and extra-comfortable front buckets and a back bench you and two friends can stretch out on. Moreover, the capacious trunk is even larger, maximum volume having increased by over one cubic foot.
Under the skin the Accord carries on generations of hallmark qualities, from fuel economy, to interior space, to value. And let's not forget a reputation for reliability and longevity that has always made the Accord a smart purchase. On the surface the new Accord seems only moderately new, but closer inspection reveals impressive upgrades and new features that add to many already segment-leading qualities, helping put it, as always, in contention for top-of-the-pack status.
2013 Honda Civic
Over several decades, as some other brands have cycled through various small-car model names, the Honda Civic has remained the Japanese automaker's mainstream compact line. With radically different, aerodynamically optimized exterior styling and a completely reconceived twin-level instrument-panel design, the Civic is praised for its fuel economy and peppy driving feel with nearly any of its variants.
All the new Honda vehicles come standard with Handsfree Bluetooth kit, USB connection, dual front and side curtain airbags.