U.S. News and World Report has honored Honda with four “Best Car for the Money” awards, the most given to any automaker. The awards recognize outstanding vehicles that offer a combination of value and superior quality. This marks the fourth consecutive win for the Honda Fit and the third for the HR-V. The winning models are:
- Best Subcompact Car for the Money – 2018 Honda Fit
- Best Subcompact SUV for the Money – 2018 Honda HR-V
- Best Compact SUV for the Money – 2018 Honda CR-V
- Best Minivan for the Money – 2018 Honda Odyssey
The Honda Fit is a subcompact car that’s versatile and ready for any adventure. The interior can be configured in different seating arrangements to accommodate more cargo when you need it. The spacious interior is loaded with features, from leather seating to a navigation system with voice recognition. The Fit also achieves impressive fuel economy, estimated at 40 mpg* on the highway.
The Honda HR-V is a subcompact SUV with a small size and a versatile, spacious interior for
passengers and cargo. Powerful and capable, the HR-V comes with available AWD so it’s ready to tackle any road in any kind of weather.
The Honda CR-V is a compact SUV with class-leading cargo and passenger space. Larger than the HR-V, the CR-V is still compact enough to easily maneuver through tight spaces or narrow city streets. The cabin is comfortable, stylish, and loaded with equipment including the Honda Sensing suite of driver-assistive technology systems.
The Honda Odyssey is the ultimate minivan. Spacious and comfortable inside, there is something for everyone in the family to get excited about. An in-car vacuum makes cleaning easy and convenient, a rear entertainment system makes any journey more enjoyable, and safety features and driver-assistive technology helps drivers stay safe.