1997 Honda Logo 1.3 petrol from Zimbabwe




Nothing yet.

General Comments:

Very smooth on bumpy rough roads.

Zippy little car.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 5th May, 2011

17th Jan 2016, 02:54

That's totally untrue. Very bumpy on roads, can't keep up at high speed and when it sees hills - these little Hondas surrender.

1997 Honda Logo 1.3 petrol from Australia and New Zealand


Fantastic cheap city car - not exactly suited to highway though


Something needed replacing in the suspension in 2005. (cost $500USD, apparently common in Japanese imported cars).

Recall for ignition (but wasn't actually faulty)

General Comments:

Excellent cheap city car. Doesn't handle that well at 100kph, jumps around a bit.

I've achieved 6.0l/100km in the city, driving carefully.

The seats have a horrid design, but are surprising supportive and comfortable, even on long trips.

Heater and Aircon amazing, simple to use too.

Loud on open road.

Small engine does well, but isn't fast, and up hills with anyone in the car it suffers.

3 gear automatic very simplixtic, gives good pick up from 70-105kph though (then almost stops accelerating).

Brilliant to park, do U Turns, great visability, huge front window.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 16th April, 2008

1999 Honda Logo 1.4 petrol from Portugal


Good value speed/money, but not comfort


The suspensions don't last long, after some 60.000kms you start to feel ALL the holes in the road.

It doesn't brake very well, even with ABS, crashed it once because of that. The front brake discs had to be replaced, luckily they were in the warranty.

Cheap quality interior, lots of noises from everywhere.

General Comments:

It responds very well to the throttle! For such a small car it really kicks! You can easily ride at high speeds on the highway, but you will then find out where it's getting all its power. The fuel indicator is one of the fastest things on the car!

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 30th November, 2001

4th Mar 2016, 01:31

I've owned one since 2007. The brakes work well if you gradually step on them. During panic braking, if you floor it you won't get a response. This is true with all ABS systems.

Mine has 160,000 km and is still going strong, and trust me the road conditions and drivers here in the Caribbean are insanely bad.