How Much Does an MOT Cost for a Honda?

Ellie Dyer-Brown, 5 months ago

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Honda Civic Sport

WhoCanFixMyCar discusses how much Honda MOTs cost, including the average price across different models.

Honda has a reputation for creating reliable cars that are incredibly well-built and enjoyed by drivers worldwide. If you’re considering buying one, you probably want to know about the costs associated with maintaining it.

One thing to consider is the price of an MOT, which varies slightly between different makes and models. Read on to find out how much you can expect to pay.

Guide Contents:

Honda MOT price by model

Which is the cheapest Honda model for an MOT?

Which is the most expensive Honda model for an MOT?

Honda MOT prices across different models

It costs £43.76 on average for a Honda MOT test.

ModelAverage Price
Honda CR-Z£42.15
Honda HR-V£43.25
Honda Civic£43.52
Honda Accord£43.59
Honda Jazz£43.65
Honda CR-V£44.27
Honda Insight£44.50
Honda NSX£44.63

Which is the cheapest Honda model for an MOT?

The cheapest Honda model for an MOT is the CR-Z, costing £42.15 on average. Despite being the world's first hybrid sports car and winning Top Gear Magazine's 'Green Car of the Year' award in 2010, the CR-Z - a hybrid coupé that's surprisingly fun to drive - was discontinued in 2016. It's still widely available second-hand and has a solid reputation for dependability.

A black Honda CR-Z in a showroom.

The second-cheapest Honda is the HR-V, a small hybrid SUV that packs a big punch, providing good equipment levels and fuel economy. It costs just £43.25 on average for an MOT. Evidently, if you’re looking for a cheaper annual MOT test, the future is electric or hybrid.

Which is the most expensive Honda model for an MOT?

The most expensive Honda for an MOT is - somewhat unsurprisingly - the NSX, costing £44.63. This model (pictured below) is a beautiful two-seat mid-engine coupe with a stunning design, which, considering it’s a sports car, is relatively affordable to run.

Honda NSX

After the NSX, the second most expensive model is the Honda Insight, costing £44.50 on averageAlthough the final generation of the Insight was met with less than enthusiastic reviews, it's arguably one of the most reliable cars Honda - or any manufacturer, for that matter - has produced. 

Do you know when your MOT is due? If not, you can use our free MOT checker to find out and set a handy reminder. Or, if you're ready to book your next MOT test, you can compare prices from reliable local mechanics using WhoCanFixMyCar.

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Written by Ellie

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Ellie is WhoCanFixMyCar’s Content Writer. She has a BA in English literature from Durham University, a master’s degree in creative writing, and three years of experience writing in the automotive industry. She currently drives a Suzuki Swift.

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