There’s no denying the success of the Honda Civic Type R. The vehicle has gone on to become one of the most popular sport utility vehicles in the world, and now, thanks to its incredible reliability and fuel economy, Honda has sold over 7 million of them.

So, while the Type R is probably not going to be your next favorite vehicle, you might want to check out some of the best Honda models to get you started on the right foot.1.

Honda Accord (2015)A great choice for those looking for a more fuel efficient option, the Accord is an all-wheel drive hatchback that can make an excellent first car for those who like the look of the classic hatchback.

The Accord also has a great fuel economy rating of 21 mpg on the highway, which puts it on par with some of Honda’s other vehicles.2.

Honda CR-V (2017)This compact hatchback is a great choice if you want a car that doesn’t have a lot of storage space and still gets a lot done.

The CR- v is a good choice if, like many of us, you like to cruise around in a small space.3.

Honda Fit (2017-2018)If you want to get out of the office and into the world without breaking the bank, this hatchback should be a good bet.

The Fit is a very good value, and if you’re looking for an affordable hatchback with some extra driving space, the Fit could be your best option.4.

Honda Civic Si (2017-)With an engine rated at 350 horsepower, this compact hatch is a big seller for Honda.

The Civic Si has some great looks, and its very spacious cabin is one of Honda the company’s best selling models.5.

Honda Element (2018)Another compact hatch that is great value, the Element is a nice little hatch that can easily fit in your trunk.

It’s a great value too if you are looking for something that is a bit more practical than the Honda Accord.6.

Honda Clarity (2018-2019)This hatchback offers a good value at a very reasonable price, and it is a wonderful value for those that want to enjoy driving in the comfort of their own home.

It also comes with a great range of fuel economy ratings, so you won’t be missing out on any extra mileage.7.

Honda Pilot (2018-)If you’re after a bit of versatility, this car can be a great fit.

The Pilot is a small hatch that fits in your garage and you can have a go at any road course in the UK.

It has an engine rating of 250 horsepower and a range of over 150 miles, so it is great for people who want to explore the country or go on long trips.8.

Honda Insight (2018+)This hatch is good value for the price, so even if you don’t have any extra storage space, it could be a decent option.

The Insight has a fuel economy of 18 mpg and a fuel efficiency rating of 25 mpg, so if you prefer the looks of a hatch, this is a solid choice.9.

Honda Yaris (2019-2020)This budget hatchback comes with an engine that is rated at 190 horsepower and an engine range of 200 to 250 miles, which should suit anyone who wants to explore Europe in style.

You can even take it on a round trip if you have some extra space in your cabin.

It is a fairly good value too, with a fuel rating of 19 mpg.10.

Toyota Prius (2018)-The Prius is a relatively cheap hatch, but it has some very nice features, and this hatch has a good range of ratings.

The Prius comes with many of the same features as the Civic, and these include the same fuel efficiency ratings, as well as a comfortable cabin that feels more spacious than the Accord.11.

Toyota Corolla (2019-)The Corolla is a pretty good value hatch, so this hatch is ideal if you need something a bit less comfortable than the Civic.

If you want the look, this Corolla has some pretty cool styling, but if you can handle a little more, you could be happy with the price and quality.12.

Honda Prelude (2018).

The Honda Prelude is a fantastic hatch for those on a budget, but you will be paying a bit extra for that luxury.

The Honda Prelude comes with good fuel economy and a good fuel efficiency, and you won.t be missing any extra miles if you take it out on a road trip.13.

Hyundai Genesis (2018/2019)The Genesis is an attractive hatch that has a range that can stretch across the country.

The hatch has an incredible range of 4,000 miles, and while it is not as fuel efficient as some of its rivals, the Genesis is a reasonable value for anyone who is looking for the best hatch for the money.14.

Ford Focus (2018)/Volvo XC (2018, 2019)The Focus