A company initiated by Soichiro Honda, a mechanic by profession with passion in automobiles, in 1946 at Japan, has now taken the automotive world by a storm by being the largest motorcycle manufacturer in the world and with significant stake in the global vehicle production. Focusing on a wide array of business, Honda has managed to put its stake in sectors such as automobiles, motorcycle, power equipment, robots, aircrafts and much more with focus in research and development of new technology as well. In the automobile world, Honda has its own dedicated luxury brand, a first of its kind in the Japanese market called Acura.
Honda has a rich history in a relatively short amount of time compared to behemoths like Toyota and Ford. Civic name tag along with Accord has been the longest running and bestselling of all time in the Honda lineup since the 70s.Honda made the NSX model under the Acura brand, a direct competition in the supercar segment, rivalling Ferrari and Lamborghini at the early years of production. Fan following of Honda on their Acura lineup of cars are also a big thing. Acura Integra is one of the most iconic name in JDM history with the VTEC engine. CR-V is the Honda’s bestselling car as of the reports in 2020. Honda is the 4th largest vehicle manufacturer in the world. With a wide array of vehicles under the belt, Honda has honed itself a household name in many parts of the world, with bespoke engineering and a respectable life expectancy.
The current lineup of Honda consists of SUVs (HR-V, CR-V, Passport, Pilot), Cars (Civic, Insight, Accord, Clarity, Fit) and Trucks (Odyssey, Ridgeline). Various models are dubbed hybrids, PHEV and fuel cell powered along with internal combustion engines. With more than 5% of their total revenues invested in research and development, Honda has focused on the present with future in their mind. Honda currently has factories in 28 countries and sells in 150 countries.
To many of us, what matters more is the fuel economy of the vehicle. Therefore, we have tried to list out the mpg figures of Honda cars, SUVs or vehicles to give you fair idea of fuel economy of Honda. Below is the list of Honda vehicles along with their range of MPG or gas mileage.
Here are some of the 2023 Honda models:
|2023 Honda HR-V||25 to 32|
|2023 Honda Odyssey||19 to 28|
|2023 Honda Ridgeline||18 to 24|
Here are some of the 2022 Honda models:
|2022 Honda Accord||22 to 48|
|2022 Honda Civic||26 to 42|
|2022 Honda CR-V||27 to 40|
|2022 Honda HR-V||26 to 34|
|2022 Honda Insight||45 to 55|
|2022 Honda Odyssey||19 to 28|
|2022 Honda Passport||19 to 25|
|2022 Honda Pilot||19 to 27|
|2022 Honda Ridgeline||18 to 24|
Here are some of the 2021 Honda models:
|2021 Honda Accord||22 to 48|
|2021 Honda Civic||25 to 42|
|2021 Honda Clarity||42 to 110|
|2021 Honda CR-V||27 to 40|
|2021 Honda HR-V||26 to 34|
|2021 Honda Insight||45 to 55|
|2021 Honda Odyssey||19 to 28|
|2021 Honda Passport||19 to 25|
|2021 Honda Pilot||19 to 27|
|2021 Honda Ridgeline||18 to 24|
Here are some of the models from the past before 2021:
|Honda Fit (2020)||29 to 40|
Disclaimer: We don’t guarantee the accuracy of figures provided for fuel economy of Honda vehicles and cars in mpg.