WhoCanFixMyCar discusses how much Honda MOTs cost, including the average price across different models.
Honda has a reputation for creating reliable cars that are extremely well-built and enjoyed by drivers across the world. If you’re considering whether to purchase one, you probably want to know how much it’s likely to cost to maintain.
One sum you’ll have to pay every year without fail (when your car is above three years old) is your annual MOT. This might not seem very expensive at a first glance, but over time the cost adds up.
That’s why we’ve created this guide which covers the cost for an MOT across different Honda models.
Honda MOT prices across different models
It costs £40.39 on average for an MOT test across all Honda models. However, prices naturally vary from one model to the next, which is why we’ve included a comprehensive table of prices below.
Which is the cheapest Honda model for an MOT?
The cheapest Honda model on average for an MOT is the CR-Z, which costs £36.89.
The CR-Z is a sport hybrid coupe which has been dubbed the world’s first attempt at a “fun” hybrid. It’s unsurprising that this environmentally friendly car costs less for an Mot since there’s one less test to pass - the emissions test.
The second cheapest model is the Honda HR-V, a small, self-charging hybrid with a reputation for practicality. 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 £42.81. 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.
After the NSX, the second most expensive model is the Honda Jazz at £41.38. This is a hatchback you’ll see frequently on the road at the moment; its popularity can largely be attributed to its spacious and practical design.
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.
For more information about what's checked in an MOT, click here.
Or, if you're ready to book your next MOT test, you can compare prices from reliable local mechanics using WhoCanFixMyCar.