The Honda N600 was the first Honda automobile is sold in America in 1969. Just six years later, Honda engineers created the groundbreaking CVCC engine making the Honda Civic the first vehicle to meet the strict emissions standards of the new U.S. Clean Air Act without the use of a catalytic converter.
Honda introduces the Accord in 1976 becoming the best-selling passenger car in America.
By 1984, Honda releases the CRX-HF, the first to receive the EPA fuel economy rating of 50 miles per gallon.
In the following decades they have continued to improve and innovate environmentally conscious models meeting or exceeding emission standards that highly appeal to young buyers looking for green options that are stylish and dependable.