Hondas with dogs - Click above for high-res image gallery

Honda Japan's oddly compelling and inherently fascinating Honda Dog website includes useful consumer tidbits such as a visual guide to how well your poodle will fit in the CR-Z's front passenger seat. (Before you start yelling how it's the only passenger seat, know that in Japan, the CR-Z is a 2+2.)

That's not all, however. There's stuff to entertain as well, including a whole page of desktop wallpapers featuring Hondas with various dogs that you can find below. Seriously. Vintage stuff, too. Civic RS with a Corgi? Prelude with a Doberman? All present and accounted for. Check out a few samples in the gallery below, and head to the Honda Dog wallpaper site for even larger sizes.


Honda Civic RS
  • Honda Civic RS
Honda City Cabriolet
  • Honda City Cabriolet
Honda S600 Coupe
  • Honda S600 Coupe
Honda Prelude
  • Honda Prelude
Honda T360
  • Honda T360
Honda S800 Cabriolet
  • Honda S800 Cabriolet
Honda Legend
  • Honda Legend
Honda Stream
  • Honda Stream
Honda Odyssey (JDM)
  • Honda Odyssey (JDM)
Honda Fit
  • Honda Fit
Honda Insight
  • Honda Insight
Honda Life
  • Honda Life
Honda Civic RS
  • Honda Civic RS
Honda Civic RS
  • Honda Civic RS
Honda Civic RS
  • Honda Civic RS
Honda City Cabriolet
  • Honda City Cabriolet
Honda City Cabriolet
  • Honda City Cabriolet
Honda City Cabriolet
  • Honda City Cabriolet
Honda Prelude
  • Honda Prelude
Honda Prelude
  • Honda Prelude
Honda Prelude
  • Honda Prelude
Honda S600 Coupe
  • Honda S600 Coupe
Honda S600 Coupe
  • Honda S600 Coupe
Honda S600 Coupe
  • Honda S600 Coupe
Honda T360
  • Honda T360
Honda T360
  • Honda T360
Honda T360
  • Honda T360
Honda S800 Cabriolet
  • Honda S800 Cabriolet
Honda S800 Cabriolet
  • Honda S800 Cabriolet
Honda S800 Cabriolet
  • Honda S800 Cabriolet
Honda Christmas Dogs
  • Honda Christmas Dogs
Honda Stepwgn (w/ Christmas Dog)
  • Honda Stepwgn (w/ Christmas Dog)
Honda Christmas Dog
  • Honda Christmas Dog

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