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 Fit beat out competitors including the Nissan Sentra and Volkswagen Golf.
“More than a resale value standout, the 2015 Honda Fit qualifies as a smart buy from all angles. Starting around $16,500 with destination charges and topping out under $22,000 with navigation, leather and more, the Fit remains a strong favorite among the KBB.com editors, and a regular entry on several of our annual 10 Best lists,” KBB says.
There is really nothing like the 2015 Honda Fit. It’s a subcompact car that can be configured millions of different ways to perfectly optimize your passenger and spacial needs. Your Fit can “fit” five people, a surfboard, a full size potted plant, four full-sized pieces of luggage, or more. Or the rear seat turns into a full-sized lounger when you completely fold it down.
Earlier this year the 2015 Honda Fit also earned the best Resale Value Award from True Car and ALG.
“The Fit is a premium small car with a healthy appetite for passengers and cargo, representing tremendous value well beyond its exterior footprint,” said David Hendley, assistant vice president of sales at American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
So if you’re looking for the most versatile car on the road today, and you’re looking for the best value in your next vehicle, visit Waikem Honda today, and you’ll see for yourself why the 2015 Honda Fit is the true definition of quality.