The 2014 Honda Accord has received KBB’s lowest cost of ownership award in the midsized car category. This means that you won’t break the bank when to take home the 2014 Honda Accord.
Kelley Blue Book calculates everything that goes in to owning a vehicle, depreciation, fuel costs, finance and insurance fees, maintenance and repair fees and state fees. The Accord’s five-year cost to own is $34,816, barely edging comparable models from Kia and Hyundai.
So why Honda? KBB says the 5-year cost to own value puts it over the top.
“There’s just no denying a well-earned reputation for quality and reliability, and the soothing truth that an Accord is brilliantly easy to operate.”
The 2014 Honda Accord is best known for its standard features. At every level, the Accord comes with a backup camera, Pandora Radio compatibility, Bluetooth, and SMS Text Messaging.
KBB also gives it high grades for plenty of engine and transmission options. In 2013, the new Accord won Car and Driver’s 10Best Award for the 15th consecutive year.
Waikem Honda in Massillon, Ohio, has a great selection of Accord models here for you today. Visit us to see why the Accord saves you money during and after the sale.