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Used Honda Logo Hatchback 2000 - 2001 review

(2000 - 2001)
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Which used Honda Logo hatchback should I buy?

If you really want a Logo, your biggest problem will be finding one, as very few were sold in the short time it was on sale.

Keeping the choice even more limited, there's only one engine, a 64bhp 1.3-litre petrol. Performance is far from electrifying, and cars fitted with the optional CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) gearbox are slower still.

There's just about enough power to plod around town, but on the motorway, the hard-working engine will do its best to deafen you. It does offer reasonable fuel economy, however.

The base car was extremely well equipped for a supermini, but then again, with a price of almost £9000 when it was new, it needed to be. Buyers get creature comforts including power steering, air-con, remote central locking, electric windows, a CD player and seat height adjustment.

There was an SE version, too, but this provided only pointless extra equipment such as a rev counter, white-faced dials, an LCD odometer and a three-spoke steering wheel. So, in the unlikley event you're faced with a choice, just go for the basic car.

Which used Honda Logo hatchback should I buy?

If you really want a Logo, your biggest problem will be finding one, as very few were sold in the short time it was on sale.

Keeping the choice even more limited, there's only one engine, a 64bhp 1.3-litre petrol. Performance is far from electrifying, and cars fitted with the optional CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) gearbox are slower still.

There's just about enough power to plod around town, but on the motorway, the hard-working engine will do its best to deafen you. It does offer reasonable fuel economy, however.

The base car was extremely well equipped for a supermini, but then again, with a price of almost £9000 when it was new, it needed to be. Buyers get creature comforts including power steering, air-con, remote central locking, electric windows, a CD player and seat height adjustment.

There was an SE version, too, but this provided only pointless extra equipment such as a rev counter, white-faced dials, an LCD odometer and a three-spoke steering wheel. So, in the unlikley event you're faced with a choice, just go for the basic car.