After researching till your fingers ached, you finally landed on the right car brand: Honda. Now it’s time to pick which Honda model best fits your personality, driving style and budget. There’s a Honda car that’s perfect for you, and our Valley Honda Dealers would like to help you find it.
Are you vying for the “Best Curb Appeal on the Block” award or do you value a simple, fuel-efficient car over one with awe-inspiring good looks? Take our little Honda quiz below to see if you’re best suited for a new Civic, Accord, Insight or Fit.
1.) My ideal weekend road trip would involve:
Your Choice: A – Honda Fit
If you looked up the word “spacious” in the dictionary, you’d see a picture of the new Honda Fit beside it. The 2020 Fit offers comfy seating for up to 5 passengers and up to 52 cubic feet of cargo space* thanks to its 60/40 split 2nd-row Magic Seat®. That’s more than enough room to store a tent, camping chair, cooler and all the other camping accouterments.
Your Choice: B – Honda Civic
If the thought of an automatic car wash gives you the jitters, you might be the perfect Civic owner. Honda Civic owners are some of the proudest car owners in the land – and why shouldn’t they be? The Honda Civic is classy in all the right ways, with its bold front-end and sleek silhouette highlighting all the best reasons to buy it in the first place. (Ask your Honda dealer about buying or leasing a Rallye Red or Molten Lava Pearl Civic EX-L to see the car in its full glory.)
Your Choice: C – Honda Insight
The Insight, one of Honda’s new hybrid cars, is an excellent trip-taker thanks to its fuel-sipping characteristics. Hit the Insight’s ECON Mode button, and you can tour the gorgeous countryside, historic landmarks and popular parks without having to worry about gas stations. For those windy mountain roads or desert plateaus, pop on Sport Mode for an enhanced driving experience.
Your Choice: D – Honda Accord
The Accord has long been the affordable car for professionals who value function and form above all else. It set the standard for what a midsize sedan should and could be. With its cutting-edge cabin, great fuel economy, high-end safety features and elegant exterior design, the 2020 Accord is the best option for shoppers who like a little bit of everything in their car.
2.) The most important feature in or about a car is its:
Your Choice: A – Honda Accord
You’ve chosen wisely, as the 2020 Accord treats passengers to a world-class cabin. High-quality, soft-touch materials expand from door to door. An 8-inch touchscreen and 10-speaker premium sound system with Active Noise Cancellation™ technology keep your engaged, even on long rides. Accord’s Head-Up Display puts turn-by-turn directions right in your line of sight.
Your Choice: B – Honda Insight
Again, the 2020 Honda Insight is incredibly good on gas, returning 55 city/49 highway mpg*. Deceleration selectors help recoup energy from regenerative braking back to the battery, helping to keep fuel use down. The high-voltage battery is also covered by an 8-year limited warranty*, so you get some added peace of mind.
Your Choice: C – Honda Fit
The Honda Fit Hatchback is a marvel, offering cargo volume that’s comparable to even small SUVs and crossovers. It all starts with Fit’s versatile 2nd-row Magic Seat, which is truly magical. Fold the entire back row down to put the Fit into Utility Mode. Remove the head restraints and fold the seat cushions up for four feet of vertical space (Tall Mode). Push the passenger-side seats (front and rear) down to convert into Long Mode. Both front seats also recline back for added comfort (Refresh Mode.)
Your Choice: D – Honda Civic Si
Unlock excitement with every gear shift from within the Honda Civic Si. The Civic Si features everything a sports car should have, and then some: An aggressive sport bumper, deep-bolstered bucket seats, a powerful 205-horsepower turbocharged engine*, a 6-speed manual, sports pedals, and a unique G-force gauge. If the thrill of the ride is your bread and butter, you’ll feel right at home inside the 2020 Civic Si’s cockpit.
3.) My budget is:
Your Choice: A – Honda Fit
With an MSRP of $16,190*, the 2020 Honda Fit LX with a 6-speed manual is one of the most affordable hatchbacks in America.
Browse our current specials and Honda Fit lease deals in Phoenix.
Your Choice: B – Honda Civic
The 2020 Civic Sedan LX fitted with a 158-hp engine and CVT has a starting price of $20,650*. The MSRP for all other entry 2020 Civic models are as follows:
- Civic Coupe LX (158-hp engine and CVT) – $21,050*
- Civic Hatchback LX (174-hp I-4 and CVT) – $21,750*
- Civic Si Coupe (205-hp Turbo-4 and 6-speed manual) – $25,200*
- Civic Si Sedan (205-hp Turbo-4 and 6-speed manual) – $25,200*
You can also build a Honda Civic Type R, though pricing is dependent on packages and dealer. Speak with your Honda dealer for pricing details.
View our current specials and Honda Civic lease offers in Phoenix.
Your Choice: C – Honda Insight or Accord Hybrid
Both the Accord Hybrid and Honda Insight are priced for you. The 2020 Honda Insight LX has a starting price set at $22,930*, while the 2020 Accord Hybrid LX can be financed or purchased at a starting price of $25,620*.
Search our current Honda Insight lease offers and Accord Hybrid specials in Phoenix.
Your Choice: D – Honda Accord EX-L & Touring
The Accord EX-L and Touring trims sit at the top of Accord’s range. Comparable to much more expensive luxury cars, the 2020 Accord EX-L (1.5T) and Accord Touring (2.0T) models have starting prices of $30,420* and $36,250*, respectively.
Look through our current Honda Accord specials and lease deals in Phoenix.
How’d you do? Did you pass with flying colors? Let us know which Honda car you’d like to check out, and our Honda dealerships will have it waiting for you outside. Contact your nearest Valley Honda Dealers in Tempe, Scottsdale or the surrounding Phoenix area to schedule a test drive.
Disclaimers: *Fit Cargo Volume based on SAE J1100 cargo volume measurement standard plus, where applicable, floor space between seating rows and seats in their forward-most and upright position. *Insight – 55 city/49 highway/52 combined mpg rating for LX and EX trims. 51 city/45 highway/48 combined mpg rating for the Touring trim. Based on 2020 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery-pack age/condition and other factors. *8-year/100,000-mile warranty covers abnormal loss of capacity in the hybrid’s high-voltage battery. Other warranties may provide additional coverage for the high-voltage battery. See dealer for details. *Civic Si – 205 hp @ 5700 rpm (SAE net). *MSRP excluding tax, license, registration, $955.00 destination charge and options. Dealers set own prices.