Honda 600-800/CRX/Civic (1964-2006) 2020 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Honda 600-800/CRX/Civic (1964-2006) market review from our 2020 Japanese Classic & Performance Car Guide

Not long back, the shortage of early Hondas in the market was so severe it seemed likely they would disappear. Since then, surging interest in early Civics helped boost values (over $10,000 for some) and bring once-threatened cars into the market.

Restyled 1985-91 Civics survive in decent numbers and are creating interest at less than $5000. 1990s VTi-Rs remain very cheap.

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Civic Type Rs sourced from Japan offer hot hatch kudos and cost less than $15,000. Early S600 and S800 sports cars remain in demand but cars offered recently have been atypical and ordinary.

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Pre-1991 CRX coupes could in the past exceed $20,000 but now it’s rare to see one at more than $15,000. Later CRXs are more conservative in their design and at $5500-7000 offer interesting transport.

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Honda S600/800 $15,665 [3] 

CRX 1987-91 $10,985 [12]

CRX 1992-97 $6715 [9] 

Civic 1972-84 $6245 [7] 

Civic 1985-91 $4000 [17]

Civic VTi-R 1993-98 $3650 [13] 

Civic Type R 2001-06 $14,785 [14]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2020 Japanese Classic & Performance Car Guide, Unique Cars #439, April 2020.

See the Honda 600-800/CRX/Civic 2019 Market Review here 


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