Honda Wins Best Cars for the Money Awards
The 2017 Honda CR-V, HR-V and Fit have been named as “2017 Best Cars for the Money” by U.S. News & World Report. The 2017 Honda CR-V earned the award in the Compact SUV category, the HR-V won for the Subcompact SUV category that it also won last year and the Fit took first place in the Subcompact Car category, making this the third year in a row it has won this title.
Designed to showcase vehicles that offer the best value and ownership experience, the U.S. News Best Car for the Money awards are only given to vehicles that have the best combination of quality and value in each of their respective classes. The awards cover 20 different automotive categories to help shoppers identify the best car, truck, SUV or minivan to suit their needs.
To measure vehicle quality U.S. News collects data from their published car rankings and analyzes every published and credible review of each model. This information is then combined with hard safety and reliability data. Vehicle value is measured by examining the average prices consumers are currently paying for their cars in comparison with cost of ownership data such as the cost of gas, insurance and anticipated repairs over five years.
Vehicles selected by U.S. News & World Report as Best Cars for the Money are in an elite group and promise to offer years of driving satisfaction with the most affordable maintenance and overall ownership costs.The Ed Voyles Honda dealership is pleased to offer a selection of all of these award-winning models.
The Honda CR-V has ample seating for five, a hands-free tailgate and is loaded with technology such as LED headlights and a multi-angle rearview camera. The ultra-convenient HR-V offers a touch-base automatic climate control system and multiple cargo space configurations with the use of a second row 60/40 Split Magic Seat and a front passenger seat that can be folded down to accommodate long or tall items. The Fit four-door hatchback is small enough to squeeze into tight parking spaces but adaptable enough to accommodate large, bulky cargo items. This model also comes with the green Eco Assist feature that acts as an efficiency coach by communicating how efficiently the driver is operating the vehicle.
*View U.S. News Best Cars at www.usnews.com/cars.