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6 Great Used Hondas Under $10,000 for 2019

While $10,000 might not sound like that big of a car budget, you can get some pretty big value with that budget when you’re shopping for a used Honda. From cars to SUVs to minivans, there’s a used Honda for just about everyone in search of practical transportation for just themselves or for a family.

Here are six great used Hondas you can find on Autotrader for under $10,000 in 2019.

2005-2010 Odyssey

1. 2005-2010 Honda Odyssey

The third-generation Honda Odyssey introduced the ACE (Advanced Compatibility Engineering) system, which is a safety feature baked right into the van. In the event of a collision, ACE distributes the energy evenly throughout the van away from the passengers and the standard side curtain airbags and electronic stability control go a step further in keeping everyone safe. On top of being packed with safety features, the Odyssey offers a smooth, comfortable ride and a huge, flexible cabin with plenty of room for passengers and cargo. With a budget of $10,000, you can even find the range-topping Touring trim, which includes perks like leather seats, a sunroof, navigation and a DVD player in the back. Find a Honda Odyssey for sale

2012-2015 Honda Civic

2. 2012-2015 Honda Civic

The Honda Civic is a household name in quality, affordable compact cars. As you might expect from a Civic, this model gets very strong scores in safety and reliability along with great fuel economy and a pleasant ride without sacrificing good handling. This Civic also has a more comfortable interior than you might expect. Available as a coupe or a sedan plus the availability of an efficient hybrid and the sporty Si model means there’s a Honda Civic for just about everyone in the market for a small car. Find a Honda Civic for sale

2007-2011 Honda CR-V

3. 2007-2011 Honda CR-V

If you like the Civic’s attractive blend of safety, practicality, efficiency and reliability, but you’d rather have it in an SUV package, then you’ll love the CR-V. This CR-V earned a Top Safety Pick rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, meaning car shopping on a budget doesn’t mean settling for an unsafe old car. For being a compact crossover, it has a pretty roomy interior, both in the passenger space and the cargo space. Its interior quality is a cut above its competitors, which complements the refined ride quality nicely. Find a Honda CR-V for sale

4. 2008-2012 Honda Accord

The Honda Accord continues the brand’s trend of outstanding ratings in the safety and reliability departments. It’s a favorite in midsize sedans for many good reasons like its roomy interior, its engaging driving dynamics and its good fuel economy. For something a little more on the sporty side, check out the Accord Coupe, which is a great, low-key enthusiast car when equipped with a V6 engine and a manual transmission. No matter how many doors are on the body or how many cylinders are under the hood, a used Accord is a great buy in used Hondas. Find a Honda Accord for sale

2009-2013 Honda Fit

5. 2009-2013 Honda Fit

The Honda Fit amazes with just how much space is possible inside of a subcompact hatchback. Despite the car’s diminutive size, it has ample interior space and you’d be amazed how much legroom is in the back seat. It also has a big, versatile cargo space that’s customizable for whatever you need to carry. On top of the Fit’s amazing flexibility, it also has the fun-to-drive nature you’ve come to expect from a Honda. If a practical, efficient city car is what you’re looking for, the Fit offers a lot of bang for the buck. Find a Honda Fit for sale

2003-2008 Honda Pilot

6. 2003-2008 Honda Pilot

The Honda Pilot is a great SUV for families who prioritize safety and practicality, but don’t want a minivan. With a roomy interior with seating for up to eight, the Pilot can bring everyone along for the ride. It has generous standard features on all trims including a standard V6 engine that’s refined enough for comfortable highway cruising and strong enough to do some occasional towing. Four-wheel drive was standard on all 2003-2005 Pilot models and became optional starting for the 2006 model year. Like always, 4WD gives you better traction, but two-wheel drive gives you better fuel economy. Find a Honda Pilot for sale

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