Three of Honda's most popular models--the Accord, Civic and CR-V--were recently redesigned, gearing the brand up to battle for sales against a growing number of competitors. Read on to learn more about all of the new Honda cars, trucks and SUVs, as well as updates to existing models.
2013 Honda Accord
Honda's midsize Accord is completely redesigned for 2013. While the engine choices remain the same, the V6 gains a new 6-speed automatic, and both engines offer improved gas mileage. New features include a standard back-up camera, an available blind spot monitor and optional adaptive cruise control.
2013 Honda Civic
The compact Civic was all-new for 2012, but the redesigned model was poorly received by the automotive press. The Civic is expected to receive major updates for the 2013 model year to address these complaints. The revised model should be unveiled soon. (2012 model shown.)
2013 Honda Crosstour
The Crosstour gets several significant changes for 2013, including refreshed styling inside and out. Other updates include a standard back-up camera and newly available features, such as adaptive cruise control and keyless access with push-button start
2013 Honda CR-V
Following its full redesign last year, the CR-V is unchanged for 2013.
2013 Honda CR-Z
The 2013 CR-Z adds seven horsepower and a Sport Plus driving mode for 2013, addressing concerns about its lackluster performance. The hatchback's exterior styling is also revised to include a new front end.
2013 Honda Fit
Although the traditional gas-powered Fit subcompact is unchanged for 2013, a new all-electric model dubbed the Fit EV joins the hatchback's lineup this year. Offered only as a lease starting at $389 per month, the Fit EV offers up to 118 mpg-equivalent and an 82-mile range between charges.
2013 Honda Insight
The hybrid Insight hatchback is unchanged for the 2013 model year.
2013 Honda Odyssey
Honda's popular Odyssey minivan adds several standard features for 2013, including an 8-inch display screen in the dash, a back-up camera, Bluetooth and a USB port for music.
2013 Honda Pilot
Like the Odyssey minivan, Honda's midsize 2013 Pilot crossover adds an 8-inch display screen in the dash, a back-up camera, Bluetooth and a USB port.
2013 Honda Ridgeline
Honda's unibody Ridgeline pickup is unchanged for 2013, save for a newly standard back-up camera.