Details such as trim level, starting MSRP and fuel economy have emerged on the highly anticipated 2016 Honda HR-V. We now know that the HR-V will reach up to 35 MPG with MSRP starting less than $20,000.
We also know that it should be at Waikem Honda sometime in May. Our first models have been entered into our inventory, and now that we have learned more, we’re excited to finally see one for ourselves.
The Honda HR-V will come with three trim levels and eight configurations:
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.
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.
The 2015 Honda CR-V was award the best residual value award from ALG.
The 2015 Honda CR-V received the Best Residual Value Award for Compact Utility Vehicles, one of the most important awards a vehicle can win every year. Residual, or resale value, is very important because you want the vehicle to have value when it’s time to trade it in.
Residual Value comes from ALG, the authority on vehicle value and quality. The CR-V was refreshed and updated for the new year, beating out comparison competitors including the Toyota Rav4 and Subaru Forester.
Three of Honda’s top models took home ALG Residual Value Awards this week, one of the most prestigious and important awards given out in the automotive industry.
Residual Value awards honor the vehicles expected to retain the highest percentage of their retail price after three years.Residual, or resale value, is an important but often overlooked category of the automotive industry. It’s important though to remember that your vehicle is an investment that should have value at the end of your time with the car.
With that said, three Honda models were awarded best in class in the 2015 ALG Residual Value Awards:
Honda promises a new, aggressive front end on the 2015 Honda CR-V, which debuts Oct. 1, 2014.
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.
Yahoo Autos and Business Insider looked at the used car market, trying to find vehicles available at or less than $10,000. The publications were also looking for vehicles that are fun to drive, safe, stylish, economical and safe.