The 2015 Honda Odyssey won the best value award from Kiplinger personal finance. Kiplinger looks at not only the price but also the resale value and overall quality to help you find the all around best value car. The 2015 Honda Odyssey was chosen because of its high resale value and available features that you can get at a low cost.
The 2015 Honda Accord won the best value award from Kiplinger personal finance. Kiplinger looks at not only the price but also the resale value and overall quality to help you find the all around best value car. The 2015 Honda accord was chosen because of its high resale value and available features that you can get at a low cost.
The 2015 Honda CR-V was in the industry’s top ten nationally for resale value in the 2015 Kelley Blue Book resale value awards. As the first Compact SUV to ever appear in KBB’s top ten, there are few better choices for projected future value in your next vehicle.
The Resale Value Awards calculate a vehicle’s five-year projected resale value. In simple terms, what’s the vehicle going to be worth to you when you’re ready to trade it in? The CR-V is projected to retain 50.8% of value at 60 months, putting it tenth overall out of everything in the industry today.
The 2015 Honda Fit topped the Best Subcompact Car category in the annual Kelley Blue Book Resale Value Awards. Looking at which cars in their class would hold their value best five years after ownership, KBB said there is no better choice than the amazingly spacious Honda Fit.
The Best Resale Value Awards are among the most important and prestigious awards in the industry today, because resale value is one of the most important, and sometimes overlooked aspects of car shopping. You want your vehicle to have value at the end of your ownership, and often times depreciation — or loss of value — is typically a car buyer’s primary expense during ownership.
The 2016 Honda HR-V hasn’t even hit the showrooms but it is already shaking up the competition with its class leading fuel economy. It is reaching an impressive 35 mpg on the highway and an incredible 28 mpg in the city. This is a crossover that Is new to the Honda family and we are excited for its debut in spring this year.
The 2015 Honda Odyssey was voted the best minivan for commuting and carpooling.
A number of sources — Consumer Reports, Forbes, Yahoo Autos and Gas Buddy, combined in making the list of best commuter vehicles. With its Consumer Reports high score, great fuel economy and all the comfort you need for your next vehicle.
Packed with premium features at a low cost is why the 2015 Honda Fit beat out all other competitors and won value car of the year! Getting a back up camera and navigation is something you wont find in other cars at the same price that you will with the Honda Fit. It was the lowest price out of all the nominees and came with more features as well. Let’s not forget the incredible fuel economy that you will get as well. All around this car saves you money and gives you more for your money!
Honda has broken the record for annual sales for 2014! Reaching a grand total of over 1,373,029 total units sold for the year which is a two percent increase from the units sold in 2013. Honda is a household name and that is clear to see with record annual sales once again!
The top sellers of the year included the Accord which reached over 388,000 units sold, CR-V with over 335,000 sold units and the civic who once again surpassed the 300,000 unit mark. And the sub-compact Fit had its best December ever with over 59,000 units sold for the year with over 6,000 sold in December alone. Consumers are making Honda their number one choice to fit all of their car needs and wants.
Staying strong and keeping its position secure in the top ten is the Honda Civic. Automotive sales grew six percent in 2014 with a grand total of about 16.5 million cars sold. This was a huge year with record sales and all of the vehicles competed to secure a spot in the Top Ten Best Selling Cars of 2014. Over half of the top ten were non-sedan vehicles due to a huge growth in sales with SUV/Truck’s towards the end of the year. But the consumers spoke by choosing this popular sedan more then others showing that Honda’s reputation stays strong.