The new 2017 Honda CRV is the most affordable, practical, fuel efficient and quickest model available, with a starting price of $35,595.
It also offers the widest selection of options in the lineup, with the 2017 Civic LX and Civic Sport trim offered.
The 2017 Civic XL, which is the next-generation model, starts at $34,995 and includes a choice of the new CR-S, CR-X, or Civic LX hatchback.
The base Civic LX starts at the same price, at $29,995.
The 2017 Honda Fit is also on sale at $30,695, with options including a manual or automatic transmission.
A Civic SUV, the Fit Sport, starts as low as $31,995, while a crossover comes with a base price of just over $31.500.
The Civic CR-5, which starts at just under $33,000, offers the best value in the segment, with its four-cylinder engine rated at a claimed 123 horsepower and 112 pound-feet of torque.
In addition to the Civic models, the 2017 Honda HR-V is on sale starting at $33.495 and with a three-cylile engine rated up to 210 horsepower.
The Honda Civic is also available at $36,995 with a four-speed manual transmission, and it also offers a hybrid option.
A 2017 Honda Pilot is available starting at just $37,595, and the 2018 Honda Pilot Hybrid is available at just over a quarter-million.
The Fit will start at just shy of $42,000 and the Pilot Hybrid will start around $43,000.
Honda is also offering a Civic hatchback starting at under $37.995.
All of the Honda vehicles in the line-up are available in three-door hatchbacks, which are available with or without a manual transmission.
The 2016 Honda CRX is on its way back from the dead.
It is the second-lowest-priced entry-level model available in the U.S., behind the Honda CRF-V.
The CRX comes with the same 6.2-liter, twin-turbocharged engine as the CRX Sport, but the CR-W hatchback replaces the Sport and adds a more powerful V6 engine.
It retails for $35-plus, and you can also get the CRH hatchback, which retails at $39,995 starting at the $37-plus price point.
The 2018 Honda Civic and Civic Hybrid are available starting in January.
The hybrid offers a more modern look and a larger driver seat.
The next-gen Civic LX comes with three seats, while the 2017 model has four seats.
Both vehicles also have a powertrain upgrade that adds electric motors to the rear axle.