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 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.
Cars.com calls the Pilot is “car seat all-star,” with a perfect 10 out of 10 score. They described the Pilot “cavernous interior,” and say the Pilot will make parents with small children very happy. It gets high marks for easy Latch access and extra Latch and tether anchors.
Cars.com says the Honda Accord is one of the most affordable midsized sedans. Testing 15 similar midsized vehicles, the Accord was in the top 3. It beats out many comparable models including the Toyota Camry XLE and Volkswagen Passat.
Cars.Com’s required all vehicles to have automatic transmission, cruise control, USB, Bluetooth, backup camera, power driver’s seat, and power windows. The Honda Accord Sport’s total cost to own was calculated a $33,980. That’s nearly $3,000 less than the study’s average of $36,291.
The 2013 Honda Pilot is one of the best choices for a larger families. It’s one of the few vehicles that offers comfortable seating for up to 8 people, and with a backup camera now standard across the lineup, the Pilot is one of the most practical choices for those seeking a large SUV.
We’ve always found the Pilot to be one of the most underrated vehicles in Honda’s lineup. There isn’t a wasted millimeter of space in the Pilot. There’s room for 8 people to sit inside, and even taller passengers will fit comfortably in the back of a Pilot. Sometimes we look at 3-row models and think “who would fit in that third row,” but we don’t think that’s the case in the 2013 Honda Pilot.
While the Pilot is relatively the same as previous models, a backup camera is now standard on all 2013 Honda Pilot models. This is a big step forward, because we know it can be hard to fit a larger SUV into a tight space. Those problems are now a thing of the past.
Watch Waikem Honda salesman Dustin Shahan’s walk around of the 2013 Honda Pilot: