The Honda Civic is one of the top ten vehicles for reaching 200,000 miles
The Honda CRV is one of the top ten vehicles for reaching 200,000 miles
The Honda Odyssey is one of the top ten vehicles for reaching 200,000 miles
The Honda Accord is one of the top ten vehicles for reaching 200,000 miles
The Honda Pilot is one of the top ten vehicles for reaching 200,000 miles
A number of Honda models were honored by Consumer Reports for their ability to last forever. The Honda Civic, Pilot, Odyssey, Accord and CR-V were in the top of the list of “Best cars for making it to 200,000 miles.” So if you’re looking for a long-term investment in your next vehicle, look no further than Honda.
Consumer Reports looks at real-world reports and survey data from readers and mechanics to create this list. Each vehicle also had to be Consumer Reports recommended to qualify. We here at Waikem Honda are not surprised that all of Honda’s top models we made the top ten.
The amazing 2015 Honda Fit has earned the top 5-Star Overall Vehicle Score from that National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. This is one of the most important safety awards given to a vehicle, adding to a number of other safety awards claimed by the new Fit this year.
The redesigned 2015 Honda Fit received the perfect overall score, and it also received perfect scores in front and side crashes. In rollover crashes, the Fit received a four out of five star score.
The all-new 2015 Honda CR-V is one of the top ten nationally vehicles nationally for resale value.
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 was voted the Best Subcompact Car in the annual KBB Best Resale Value Awards
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.
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.
The website has chosen this vehicle due to its high EPA, ride quality, and new technology. It will be competing against five other vehicles with the winner announced at the North American International Auto Show in January, 2015.
The 2015 Honda Civic has arrived at Waikem Honda as one of the most popular cars on the road today. The Civic remains the best choice in the small car category thanks to a slew of great standard features, incredible fuel economy and great styling.
New in 2015, the Civic offers a new standard roadside assistance and new SE trim that adds even more styling.
The 2015 Honda Accord has again been named to Car and Driver’s 10Best List.
The 2015 Honda Accord has again made Car and Driver’s 10Best List, the 29th time in the 31 year history of this award. It’s almost a guarantee every year that the Accord will make this prestigious list. Its dependability and long list of special features make it an obvious choice.
“The Accord offers terrifically fluid and sporty handling, while functioning perfectly for everyday use,” said Car and Driver Editor-in-Chief Eddie Alterman. “It’s light on its feet and very driver-oriented, even if many of its drivers will never explore the full range of its dynamic capabilities. The Accord is an undercover sports sedan, and that’s what resonates with our editors year after year.”