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.
“Impressively enhanced for 2015, the versatile and refined Honda CR-V is a resale value all-star as well as our first-ever Compact SUV Best Buy,” KBB said.
Resale Value is one of the most important and often overlooked factors when customers consider their next vehicle. Depreciation, or loss of value, is often the primary expense during ownership. Kelley Blue Book uses this award to help drivers make a smart choice for their next vehicle.
The CR-V also won the Resale Value Award from True Car/ALG.
It’s amazing how much better the CR-V gets every single year. It went through a slight face lift for the new year, with new thin, horizontal head lights, and refined grille and new square shaped fog lights.
Plus with its improved Honda Earth Dreams Technology, you will get up to 34 MPG on the highway, now the most fuel efficient SUV in its class. It’s no wonder that MotorTrend recently voted it as the Sport-Utility Vehicle of the Year.
If you want your vehicle to have value when it’s time to trade it in, there’s no reason to consider anything other than the 2015 Honda CR-V. And when you’re ready to see the newest model for yourself, visit Waikem Honda, and see for yourself why the experts are falling in love with this vehicle.