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In the world of transportation, Honda has a hand in everything. Why would it be any different in Grand Theft Auto 5?
We only specified “Car Mods” in the title because Honda also makes motorbikes, aircraft, ATVs, and even robots. They’re the world’s largest internal combustion engine manufacturers, and their mechanical know-how gets poured into their vehicles.
Honda cars are everywhere because they’re reliable, attractive, and don’t break the bank. If you want to make your game more realistic, the streets of Los Santos should also be full of Honda.
You could even own a couple yourself.
So to help Honda open a dealership in Los Santos, here’s our collection of the best GTA 5 Honda mods worth downloading.
1. Honda Prelude (1992)
Almost anyone over 25 will have seen a Honda Prelude sometime in their lifetimes.
This 1992 model seems designed to look smooth and aerodynamic. Sharp edges are nowhere to be seen, and it lacks the pop-up headlights that were popular in the 80s and present in the previous-gen Prelude.
Don’t worry if you think the Prelude is a little tame for the streets of Los Santos. This mod features several tuning parts like chromed rims and custom headlights, giving it a street-racer look.
“Prelude” refers to an introductory musical piece played before the main event, so it’s perfect for kicking off the list.
2. Honda CR-X SiR (1991)
Contrary to the smooth and rounded shape of the Prelude, the CR-X – originally launched as the Honda Ballade – is confidently boxy.
Something about this car screams “Initial D” to me. That’s either because it looks similar to Takumi Fujiwara’s Toyota Sprinter Trueno or because it was a playable car in the Initial D arcade racer for PlayStation.
This mod gives players two options for their Honda’s style. You can ride the stock car or have fun trying out 150 custom tuning parts that’ll let you create the perfect CR-X.
Either way, you’ll look amazing on the road.
3. Honda Integra Type-R (1995)
As I mentioned before, Honda does a little bit of everything – so, just as they make your regular family sedan, they also excel in racing-oriented autos.
The Honda Integra Type-R is an upgraded performance version of the third-gen Integra with the power to dominate any urban circuit.
It’ll let you do business in Los Santos unnoticed, and if things get hairy, you’ll go from 0-100km/h in under 7 seconds and speed off into the distance.
I loved this mod because the car has a right-hand steering wheel. Japan is a right-hand drive country, so it’s excellent, immersive detail on your Japanese import.
4. Honda CR-Z EX MUGEN (2011)
Trevor might be a degenerate that would accelerate climate change on purpose if given a chance, but Michael and Franklin probably care about the environment at least a little bit.
That makes the Honda CR-Z EX the perfect choice to get from one crime scene to the next.
Described by Honda as a “sport hybrid coupé,” the CR-Z gives you sports car performance while significantly reducing CO2 emissions.
This mod features a couple body kit customization options based on aftermarket parts from Honda’s Motorsport division. It’ll take the CR-Z’s modern and sporty look to the next level.
5. Honda Pilot Elite (2021)
Criminals and SUVs go hand in hand.
Whether it’s robbing a bank, smuggling illegal substances, or kidnapping VIPs, some more space in your car will always make it easier.
The Honda Pilot Elite gives you the best balance between performance, looks, and carrying capacity. It’s fast enough to outrun the police, and you’d be surprised how many duffle bags full of Benjamins fit in this beauty.
This add-on even features accurate engine sounds matching the real-life 2021’s Honda Pilot Elite, which is always a nice touch.
6. Honda Fit Sport (2009)
If the Honda Pilot Elite is too big and attention-grabbing for you, let’s make a180 degree turn toward the Honda Fit Sport.
This small car is perfect for those who like to keep it simple. You don’t need to drive 350km/h on a Lambo daily. Sometimes, you just need to go from point A to point B!
Young university students and working-class parents come together around the Honda Fit. Los Santos criminals will soon join the club.
It has the added benefit of being extremely low-profile. Nobody suspects the yellow Honda Fit!
7. Honda Beat (1991)
Another compact-sized gem you can’t overlook if you like looking cool while you park in a comically small spot is the Honda Beat.
Cars like the Beat are known as “kei-class” and are designed to easily maneuver the often cramped streets of Japanese urban centers. There are even unique parking spaces reserved just for kei cars, making them doubly convenient.
Designed by the famous Italian firm Carrozzeria Pininfarina, its youthful lines and retractile soft top set the Beat apart.
This mod helps you make the Honda Beat even cooler with five different tuning parts, including a small spoiler and custom rims.
8. Honda S2000 (2003)
The Honda S2000 is a gorgeous open-top sports car carrying on the spirit of Honda’s 1960s roadsters.
It’s famous for its elegant but playful look, as well as its exceptional performance.
The S2000 holds the record for the highest specific power output per liter, generating almost 500hp with a 2.0L engine.
These characteristics have made the Honda S2000 one of the marque’s most collectible vehicles. Despite being almost 20 years old, its second-hand price keeps rising.
9. Honda NSX (2016) LibertyWalk
Also known as the Acura NSX in north-American territories, the Honda NSX is one of the Japanese manufacturer’s sexiest machines.
It’s also good for the environment.
NSX stands for New Sports eXperience, which can be read as a mission statement. The car is meant t showcase the future of sports cars – and that future is electric.
We’re still on our way to the future, though. The Honda NSX still burns fossil fuels on its way to a top speed of 306km/h, but its hybrid engine reduces emissions considerably.
It’s perfect for the environmentally-minded Los Santos criminal.
10. Honda Civic Type-R (2018)
When I hear “Honda,” my mind goes straight to “Civic.”
It’s the company’s most well-known product, with a long history dating back to 1972.
The Honda Civic Type R is part of a high-performance series featuring a lighter and stiffer body, enhanced engine, and upgraded brakes and chassis. This 2018 hatchback model also has a very aggressive look.
This mod includes several tuning parts like spoiler wings, exhausts, and a carbon fiber hood to make the Type R even cooler.