Honda Vehicles Named Best Cars for the Money
The 2021 Honda CR-V, Odyssey, and Passport have all been named a “Best Car for the Money” by U.S. News and World Report in their respective classes. These awards measure both quality and value and are based on an overall score. Quality measures reliability, safety and expert opinions in the industry, and value is based on the five-year total cost to own and current purchase prices.
Honda’s CR-V won the award in the compact SUV category, thanks to its low ownership costs and incredible practicality. “The CR-V is proof that a top-ranked car doesn’t have to be a budget buster,” said U.S. News & World Report Executive Editor Jaime Paige Deaton.
The 2021 Honda Passport took the award in the two-row SUV category thanks to its perfect balance of both value and quality. Even when compared to less expensive SUVs in the segment, the Passport still offers better value thanks to its long-term ownership costs in addition to its generous amounts of space, comfortable interior, and excellent driving dynamics.
In the minivan category, the Honda Odyssey beat all other competitors with its spacious, yet luxurious interior that offers the features families need and its incredible value. The variety of trim levels are priced right, and offer buyers exactly what they need.
If you would like additional information about the award-winning 2021 Honda CR-V, Odyssey or Passport, please contact one of our friendly sales associates at Ed Voyles Honda today.