The 2015 Honda Odyssey is the expert’s choice for a new minivan, thanks to award-winning safety features, small-car ride quality and features that give everyone something to love inside this great van. If your family is ready for a lifetime of memories, this is the perfect van to help you get there because getting there is all the fun.
The 2015 Honda Odyssey ranks #1 in minivans receiving IIHS Top Safety Pick Plus, as well as being named the “2014 Best Minivan for Families” by U.S. News & World Report.
The all-new 2015 Honda CR-V was named the 2015 Motor Trend Sport Utility Vehicle of the Year Award. The refreshed SUV was honored for its improved engine and ride quality, great safety and great new styling. The 2015 Honda CR-V defeated the top competition from brands such as Toyota, Porsche, Jeep, Chevy and GMC.
The popular 2015 Honda Pilot has a great reputation for families and those who need plenty of space. This larger SUV rides like a much smaller car, but provides you with seating for up to 8 people. Add in the great technology that comes standard, and you cannot go wrong with the Pilot.
The 2015 Honda Fit is a brand new redesign inside and out, nothing like the Honda Fit you’re used to. But it still has that world-famous cargo space capabilities, high MPG and everything else that makes this the perfect vehicle for any urban commuter.
SO WHAT’S NEW
Everything is new with the 2015 Honda Fit. Honda took the year off in 2014 to completely rebuild the new one, giving it a more grown up, refined look. The new Fit has an updated front fascia with a new thin, aggressive front grille and thin front headlines. New leading lines and refined edges across the side and down the back of the new Fit give it that more aggressive look and in the rear the Fit gets new thin vertical tail lights and an optional rear spoiler for the first time.
The 2015 Honda Accord returns to our Massillon showroom with some great new technology updates at a low price. With its reputation for performance, reliability and fuel economy, the Accord is still a great choice for anyone.
And did you know that for more than 30 years the Honda Accord has been built right here in the Buckeye State?
The Honda Civic is among the most worry-free vehicles in the industry, according to a recent study. Cars.com reviewed all vehicles in the industry, calculating their reliability, maintenance and warranty. The Civic was one of only a few non-luxury sedans featured by cars.com.
Having that “H” on the hood has always been a hallmark for safety. The Civic is back on top of the automotive industry thanks to great fuel economy, great features and a reputation for lasting forever.
The 2014 Honda Ridgeline is one of the top-ten most worry free vehicles in the industry.
That’s according to cars.com, who released its annual list this week. They calculated reliability, maintenance costs and your new-car warranty to determine which vehicles give you the most peace of mind. The Ridgeline was the tenth highest scoring vehicle in the industry and the second highest scoring truck.
The 2015 Honda Fit is one of ten cars to compete for the 2015 North American Car of the Year Award. The completely redesigned model is one of the most popular vehicles to hit the lot this year, so we think it should be one of the favorites for this year’s award.
The Fit hit the dealership this summer, and so far demand has exceeded supply. This crafty urban dweller was completely redesigned for the new year, and it’s the perfect choice for drivers who have stuff they need to carry, but don’t want to drive a very big vehicle.
The 2015 Honda CR-V will get a face lift, according to new photos coming from the factory. Honda debuted the new SUV with a more aggressive front end.It will more closely resemble the Accord, with a thin, horizontal lighting pattern and it appears as if the headlights will have an LED wraparound piping. Drivers just looking at the Honda CR-V may not notice a lot of change on its own, but when compared to the 2014 models, there will be plenty of change.
Honda didn’t release much information to the public in this announcement other than this one front end photo. They tell cars.com that it will announce full details of changes on Sept. 30, and the 2015 Honda CR-V will go on sale Oct. 1.