Compiled Honda 2019 lineup & their amazing achievements


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The 2019 line up of Honda models are in line with the 21st century's focus on high-efficiency and zero-emission vehicles. Check out the exclusive list below!

In business, every year comes with high expectations and the zeal to break already existing records. It’s no small feat to be the number two Japanese car manufacturer in the United States right behind Toyota. With such a coveted title under its belt, Honda is determined to maintain its high standards in producing cars that won’t only give the competition a run for its money, but also increase her own consumer base.

Designed for a utilitarian appeal without the intent to be overly exciting, amongst the 2019 Honda lineup models, some are more appealing than their counterparts. They may not be in the same league as the Honda JDM models, but ones like Honda Civic and the second-generation Acura deserve a mention for their exciting appeal.

We are fast approaching the twenty first century’s third decade, and there’s a focus on vehicles with high efficiency and zero emissions. Like other forward-thinking automakers, Honda is championing the movement. Thus, it comes as no surprise that most Honda models for 2019 fit the description of this goal. Some of the brand’s cars have received a redesigning; however, some of them remain without any changes.

1. Honda Accord 2019

Honda Accord the tenth generation received a complete redesign from MY 2018, and clinched the 2018 North American Car of the Year.

The 2019 model has a double turbocharged inline-four engine with a 192-horsepower base engine. Its stronger engine has 252 ponies and a displacement of 2.0L. This is unarguably one of the top sedans on the market as of today, but it’d have to fight harder to defeat the new Toyota Camry.


A recipient of the 2019 Car and Driver’s 10 Best Cars Award

Highlights of Honda Accord 2019

  • Kelley Blue Book’s 2019 Best Buy award (midsize cars category)
  • 2019 Car and Driver’s 10 Best Cars Award.

The base price of the 2019 Honda Accord is $23,720 (N8.5 million).

>>> Detailed price list of Honda Accord Discussion continues (Tokunbo & Naija used) can be found here: Honda Accord: Discussion Continues prices in Nigeria

2. Honda Civic Type R 2019

The fact that it hasn’t undergone any major changes since 2007 is no reason for the Civic Type R to be ignored. It easily makes the list of the best Honda models. In the fifth generation of the hot hatch, dealers may be making high demands of markups up to 90%, nonetheless, the only available Type R model is doing very well in terms of sales. Limited to just 6,000, dealers are cashing in on users’ desire to grab it while stock lasts.


The fifth-generation hot hatch has a sporty look

Remarkable features of the Honda Civic Type R 2019

  • Road Departure Mitigation System
  • Collision Mitigation Braking System
  • Lane Keeping Assist System
  • Adaptive Cruise Control

The base price of the 2019 Honda Civic Type R is $35,700 (N12.8 million).

>>> Full list of Honda Civic prices in Nigeria, including brand new, tokunbo and Nigerian used

3. Honda Pilot

Honda Pilot made its debut in 2002. Over the years, it has undergone major changes, making its current model different from the previous ones. The third generation which was introduced for MY 2016 has more appeal to the car audience, and this is evident in the sales records.


Its off-road appeal makes it a consumer's favorite

Features of the Honda Pilot 2019

  • Power Windows with Auto-Up/Down Driver’s and Front Passenger’s Window
  • One-Touch Turn Indicators
  • Push Button Start
  • Sliding Sunvisors
  • Cruise Control
  • Lockable Glove Compartment
  • Rear-Seat Heater Ducts

The base price of the 2019 Honda Pilot is $31,500 (N11.4 million).

>>> You may want to check prices of previous Pilot models: Honda Pilot Price in Nigeria & Expert advice on which gen and trim you should go for

4. Honda Fit 2019

It’s a fact the 2019 Honda Fit is one the automaker’s brand on the market that’s more outdated. It hasn’t received any significant changes since 2014. This model is a favorite among car users when it comes to subcompacts. It doesn’t attain this position by chance but by its good fuel economy, high safety gear level, and unrivaled practicality amongst other attributes. But the Fit must stop being complacent and work harder to retain its spot as the best car in the category of small hatchbacks.


Offers good fuel economy to help you save money

Features of the Honda Fit 2019

  • Under seat Storage
  • Rear Magic Seat
  • Stereo Anti-Theft System

The base price of the 2019 Honda Fit is $16,190 (N5.8 million).

5. Honda Odyssey 2019

The Honda Odyssey makes for a great minivan. For starters, its interior offers comfortable three-row seats with sufficient space. It’s a good choice for families with its combination of passenger and cargo space. You can go out with your family with the items you need to make your trip enjoyable. Also, its fuel economy is great for a non-hybrid vehicle.


There's plenty of room for family and cargo

Features of the Honda Odyssey 2019

  • One-Motion 60/40 Split 3rd-Row Magic Seat (standard)
  • Multi-Angle Rearview Camera
  • Bluetooth Streaming Audio
  • CabinTalk In-Car PA System (available only on select trim levels)
  • Power Tailgate (EX-L, Touring, and Elite standard)

The base price of the 2019 Honda Odyssey is $30,000 (N10.8 million).

The 2019 Honda models are promising with an available market. Meeting the needs of consumers with high-end features, there’s so much the brand stands to gain in terms of worldwide sales.

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Chris Odogwu is a Content Writer and Journalist. He holds a bachelor's degree in Mass Communication from University of Jos and a master's degree in Mass Communication from University of Lagos. His works have been published in top local and international publications including Forbes, HuffPost, ThriveGlobal, TheNextScoop and Nigeria360 among others. A member of the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR), the thrill he gets from writing about exotic cars feels almost the same as riding in them.


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