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 Honda Accord was voted the best cars for older drivers by Consumer Reports.
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.
The Honda Accord was voted the best family cars for moms by Consumer Reports.
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 Odyssey features the all-new Honda Vac vacuum behind the back seat.
The 2014 Honda Odyssey is gaining a lot of press for its innovative Honda Vac, a vacuum cleaner located in the back seat. The new Honda Vac is found on the EX-L Touring Elite minivan. It’s a 16-foot hose with multiple tools. Now the question is, how does it compare to the top vacuums on the market for car spills.
Luckily, Consumer Reports has compared the Honda Vac to the leading duster busters and vacuum cleaners, and the Honda Odyssey’s vacuum comes out with a high grade.
“Honda’s built-in vacuum is a worthy addition to an impressive van,” Consumer Reports says.
The 2013 Honda CR-V is one of three Honda models honored with Consumer Reports best in class awards
The Honda brand continues a strong year with a large presence in Consumer Reports annual Top Picks awards.
Three Honda models were awarded best in class in the rankings, which were announced Thursday on their website and will be featured in the April edition of Consumer Reports. As a whole, the Honda brand was in the top 5 of non-luxury models.
As your teen starts another year of High School or College, they’ve probably saved up some money this summer to start school in new ride.
But what’s the best ride for your teen? Consumer Reports compared the top models on safety and reliability and came up with their list of “Best Cars for Teens.” Many of our top models new and pre-owned made the list. Check them out here and scroll down for the complete list.