Thanks to models such as the best-in-class Honda Odyssey, Honda has won best residual value from ALG.
The Honda brand has topped ALG’s Residual Value for the second consecutive year.
Residual Value is the predicted value of your vehicle after three years, or what percentage of value your vehicle will have after three years of ownership. So if you want your vehicle to be worth the most when you trade it in, ALG says choose the Honda Brand.
Honda recently unveiled the newly redesigned Honda Civic Coupe at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show. The Civic Coupe’s 2012 redesign focused on structural, safety, and interior improvements. For 2014 however, Honda is looking towards style and performance.
The Coupe has gained a more aggressive grille, hood, front fenders, and headlight design. You’ll also see new taillight lenses, sportier front and rear bumpers, new side mirrors, and new wheel designs.
The 2014 Honda Accord features a great list of standard features at any trim.
The 2014 Honda Accord hits the Waikem showroom building off the extremely popular redesign last year. The Accord is now known for a long list of standard features, amazing style and top of the line technology that puts it at the top of the midsized sedan market. Add in that was made in Ohio, and you cannot really go wrong with the Accord.
When you talk about the Accord, you have to start with the features everyone gets. No matter which Honda Accord you choose, it will come with features including a backup camera, Bluetooth, SMS Text Message features, duel climate controls, and Pandora Radio Interface. Most manufactures make you pay extra, Honda gives it to you no matter which trim you pick.
Honda still sells the Honda Accord in both coupe and sedan models. An Accord Hybrid model is new this year, and we’ll cover it more in later blogs.
The Honda Civic overtook the Toyota Corolla as America’s best selling compact car in October 2013.
The Honda Civic is now America’s best selling compact car. Sales data from October reveals that the popular Honda model has passed the Toyota Corolla as the best selling car in its class. Year to date, Honda has sold 280,899 Civics, while the Toyota Corolla has only sold 257,184 units.
We’re no saying the Honda Civic is better is Corolla (we are actually), but drivers on the road are making that decision for us. All new 2013 and 2014 Honda Civics give customers a ton of special features even at their base models. All new Honda Civic models are equipped with Bluetooth, rearview camera, SMS text message features and Pandora Radio. You’ll get all that and the price still won’t break your wallet.