Five Honda Models Earn "Best for the Money" Recognition from U.S. News & World Report

Yesterday, Honda issued a press release announcing the exciting news that five of its models were awarded six "Best Cars for the Money" awards from U.S. News & World Report. When considering vehicles for the awards, editors compare combined quality and value scores to determine the best in each category. According to the press release, quality is determined based on the basis of safety, reliability and a consensus of industry experts' opinions, while value considers factors such as five-year cost of ownership and average purchase price.

The Fit took home two awards, winning in both the Best Subcompact and Best Hatchback segments, while Odyssey (Best Minivan), HR-V (Best Subcompact SUV), Pilot (Best 3-Row SUV), and Civic (Best Compact) models earned one award each.

"Honda is committed to building vehicles that bring joy to our customers and ultimately deliver long-term value," said Jeff Conrad, senior vice president and general manager of the Honda Division. "Quality and value for money are key attributes customers expect when buying a Honda, and these awards recognize the brand's ongoing fulfillment of that promise."

Here at Markley Honda, we're proud to offer a fleet of high-quality, high-value Honda vehicles. If you're in the market for a new ride, come see what Honda has to offer. Visit us for a test drive, today!

Categories: Fleet, News
Tags: awards