The Honda brand has come a long way since its humble beginnings in America. It’s now one of the most prominent auto brands in the world. Honda cars are world-renowned for their reliability and ease of maintenance. Hondas used to be some of the most reliable vehicles on the road, but in recent years the quality has declined. Honda cars are now competing with increasing competition from Kia and Hyundai.
While Honda isn’t the economy car maker it once was, there’s still a certain level of quality to each vehicle. When drivers buy a Honda, they have a reasonable expectation that the model is a quality vehicle. But there are certain drawbacks to Honda vehicles that drivers have ignored, especially when it comes to flagship models that sell well. So we looked at 25 important things that Honda drivers ignore the most about Honda cars and trucks below.
25: Fuel Economy
Honda cars are often touted for their superior fuel economy, but that’s a myth that has followed the brand for decades. While the Honda Civic and Accord were some of the most fuel-efficient cars on the road, that has changed. Now almost every automaker offers a fuel-efficient car or truck model (via What Car).
Even full-sized pickup trucks are vastly more efficient than ever. The fuel economy isn’t one of the driving factors when it comes to purchasing a new car anymore. Honda cars can no longer rest on the laurels of the past. The brand needs to evolve into the future and offer a more compelling car all-around.