The legendary compact car has been around for decades and it is one of the biggest names in the class. The current, tenth-generation has been introduced in 2015 and it looks like it will carry on for a couple of more years. Most likely, the 2021 Honda Civic will be the final year model of the current generation. Therefore, we don’t expect to see bigger changes. The famous hatchback and sedan will continue in the same way, with familiar design characteristics and features. After that, we will see a complete overhaul, along with a couple of more interesting novelties.
Due to the increasing popularity of crossover, the segment of mid-size sedans is in a decrease in the last couple of years. However, this legendary car manages to keep its sales numbers stable. The model was redesigned a couple of years ago, but the Japanese manufacturer things forward, so the update is already on its way. According to the latest reports, the 2021 Honda Accord is about to receive a mid-cycle update. Of course, we count on a bunch novelties, starting from aesthetics and ending with new technologies and more standard equipment. Therefore, it won’t be a surprise if we see this version a little bit earlier than usual.
The original model wasn’t very successful but the company wants to take another try with this crossover/wagon. Due to slow sales, the first generation ended its production in 2015 and Honda currently doesn’t have represented in this segment. However, this will change soon, as the Japanese manufacturer is about to bring back a familiar name, after just a couple of years of break.
The popular minivan is among the best models in the class and that is definitely for a good reason. It delivers a pretty amazing level of comfort, along with an impressive list of standard features, along with pretty good efficiency. It also looks quite attractive, which is not a surprise, considering that the current generation has been for just about two years. However, that doesn’t mean that the 2021 Honda Odyssey is about to come without changes.
Four years ago, the HR-V came back after a long hiatus. It is now a modern crossover, which offers an amazing value for the price. However, the competition is getting tougher and tougher. Therefore, many reports suggest a complete redesign already in the next year. That would mean a slightly shorter production cycle than we used from the Japanese manufacturer, but keep in mind that smallest segments usually have shortest production cycles. Therefore, many believe that the 2021 Honda HR-V could come completely new, especially if we consider that the recent facelift wasn’t as major as most of us expected.