The Honda Accord was recognized for having the most loyal customers. This is the second consecutive year the Accord has won this award from IHS Automotive. The IHS Automotive Loyalty Awards was given because current Honda Accord owners return to purchase another Accord.
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.
We were not surprised to hear that the Honda Accord claimed one of the spots for the Top Ten Best Sellers of 2014 once again. 2014 was the auto industry’s best year for sales reaching a total of around 16.5 million cars sold. And even though SUV sales rose tremendously later in the year the consumers still chose to shop this popular sedan.
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.”
The 2015 Honda Accord has made Motor Trend’s list of “Non-Driver’s Cars That Are Fun to Drive.” While these vehicles are not necessarily considered a traditional sports car, Motor Trend says the Accord is a great choice for drivers who want the smoothness and power that usually comes with a bigger price tag.
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?
U.S. News and World Reports has the 2014 Honda Civic and 2014 Honda Accord in its list of the top deals on new cars for September 2014. And at Waikem Honda, we are still offering clearance pricing, low leases, low interest rates and $0 down available!
U.S. News and World Reports highlights the Accord first, promoting low leases available as we get ready to make room for the 2015 models.
The Honda Accord is among Consumer Reports five best vehicles for older drivers. With great visibility, tremendous fuel economy and comfortable seats, the Accord is a great car for parents and grandparents.
There’s a number of reasons why Consumer Reports loves the Accord, starting with it’s fuel sipping engine. The four-cylinder Honda Accord gets great fuel economy, up to 36 MPG total.
Consumer Reports voted the Honda Accord as the best car for moms. The advocate magazine chooses the Accord for value, quality, safety and purchase price. The vehicles also must already be Consumer Reports recommended.
Among all cars in the “family cars” category, the Honda Accord was the top choice. It beat out comparable models including the Toyota Camry, Mazda 6 and Chevy Malibu. Consumer Reports calls the Accord “roomy, nice to drive, well equipped and very fuel efficient.”
The 2014 Honda Accord was voted as a vehicle all star again this year by Automotive Magazine. The Accord was also the only midsized sedan on this year’s list. A vehicle make this list based on long-term road trips, an evaluation of features, and overall vehicle scores.