2015 Honda CR-V Tops Resale Value Awards

The all-new 2015 Honda CR-V is one of the top ten nationally vehicles nationally for resale value.

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.

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Honda Fit Tops KBB Resale Value Award

The 2015 Honda Fit was voted the Best Subcompact Car in the annual KBB Best Resale Value Awards

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.

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Honda Fit, Civic Voted Best Back to School Cars

The Honda Fit and Honda Civic were among the top five new Back-to-School cars for the 2014-2015 school year, according Kelley Blue Book.

What gets a car on this list? KBB.com looked at practicability and affordability when compiling its list, so for instance fuel economy, price, safety, consumer ratings and more makes these two Hondas the perfect choice for you and/or your young student driver as they go back to college or high school.

2015 Honda Fit

The Honda Fit is completely redesigned inside and out, and it’s the obvious choice as the NO. 1 overall pick across the industry. The Fit is considered Honda’s most affordable new car, according to KBB, and it’s the perfect choice for any college student.

This small urban dweller is nimble on the outside so it’s easy to park in a tight space on a street or a crowded lot. Inside, there’s nothing like the Fit for exterior space. You can fit an entire dorm or apartment’s worth of cargo inside thanks to a wide roof, seats that fold down and ample trunk space.

The Fit’s also a great choice for bike owners.

We know you’re on a budget, so the Fit saves you money at the pump thanks to an EPA Estimated 41 MPG on the highway.

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Honda Civic

The Honda Civic finishes near the top of the list thanks to great fuel economy, great safety tech and the reliability that has always made the Civic a top choice. With an EPA estimated 39 Highway MPG, the Civic also helps you drive right past the pump. The Civic keeps you and your teen safe on the road thanks to a standard rearview camera, and standard hands-free Bluetooth phone, so you and your teen is focused on the road, not their phone.

And of course, as Honda, you are purchasing a vehicle that has a reputation for lasting forever.

View the current Honda Civic Inventory 

There is a reason why you have seen Hondas filling the lots of high schools and colleges for more than 30 years. Learn more about these and all Honda models today, and keep the entire family safe as another school year gets started.

Honda again named KBB Most Trusted Brand

The Honda brand is once again Kelley Blue Book's most trusted brand and the best overall brand.

The Honda brand is once again Kelley Blue Book’s most trusted brand and the best overall brand.

Honda has done it again. The manufacturer was named the “Most Trusted Brand” and “Best Overall Brand” in Kelley Blue Book’s 2014 Brand Image Award Study. This is the third consecutive year Honda was named most trusted brand and the second consecutive year winning Best Overall Brand.

“A brand is really built over the long haul through consumers’ experiences with its products, and Honda is committed to delivering class-leading vehicles that provide lasting enjoyment and value to our customers,” said Jeff Conrad, senior vice president and general manager of the Honda automobile division for American Honda. “Honda simply embraces the challenge of being a brand that people can trust.”

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2014 Honda Accord Wins KBB Cost of Ownership Award

The 2014 Honda Accord has the lowest cost to own among mid-sized cars.

The 2014 Honda Accord has the lowest cost to own among mid-sized cars.

The 2014 Honda Accord has received KBB’s lowest cost of ownership award in the midsized car category. This means that you won’t break the bank when to take home the 2014 Honda Accord.

Kelley Blue Book calculates everything that goes in to owning a vehicle, depreciation, fuel costs, finance and insurance fees, maintenance and repair fees and state fees. The Accord’s five-year cost to own is $34,816, barely edging comparable models from Kia and Hyundai.

So why Honda? KBB says the 5-year cost to own value puts it over the top.

“There’s just no denying a well-earned reputation for quality and reliability, and the soothing truth that an Accord is brilliantly easy to operate.”

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2014 Honda CR-V Tops KBB Resale Value

The 2014 Honda CR-V has again made Kelley Blue Book's top ten resale value among all vehicles.

The 2014 Honda CR-V has again made Kelley Blue Book’s top ten resale value among all vehicles.

The popular 2014 Honda CR-V is again in the top ten of Kelley Blue Book’s annual resale value award. The fuel efficient vehicle is again the resale king among crossover SUV models.

As KBB.com says, it’s important for customers to know what they vehicle will be worth at the end of your life with the vehicle.

“Getting an okay deal on a new car with good resale value can save you thousands versus negotiating a “great price” on a car you’ll eventually have to trade or sell for far less.”

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Honda, Ford, Kia have Top 3 Row Models

Honda Odyssey Minivan

If you have  big family, you know the need for third row seat.

It can be a crowded and complicated quest to find that perfect third row choice though.

Should I get the SUV? The Extended Wagon? Or the Minivan?

Luckily for us, KBB recently announced which are the best three-row vehicles less than $30,000. Not surprising, the Honda Odyssey was KBB’s No.1 Choice. But many other top models also finished in the top ten:

Best Three Row Vehicles Under $30,000, According to Kelly Blue Book:

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KBB: Buy Kia, Subaru, Honda Models New

2013 Kia Rio

Kelly Blue Book compared the prices of new and late model used cars for each model, and announced their list of “10 Used Cars You Should Buy New.”

Among those listed were some of our top models.

Subaru Impreza 2.0i. KBB says the difference between a new and a 2011 model is just 0.9%

Honda Fit Sport: KBB compared the new model to the 2011, and found a difference of just 1.4%

Kia Rio LX: KBB compare the newest models to 2011s and found a difference of just 2.1 percent

Whether you are seeking the newest or the late model choices, we always have a great selection.