U.S. News & World Report recently announced their picks for the 2017 Best Cars for the Money Awards. And at Keyes Honda, we are proud to say the Honda CR-V, Honda HR-V and Honda Fit each took home the top honor in their respective categories*. The 2017 won the top position in the subcompact SUV category, the Honda HR-V retained its top position in the subcompact SUV category and the Honda Fit earned first place in the subcompact car segment, which marks the third year in a row the Honda Fit has won**.
The U.S. News & World Report Best Car for the Money awards highlight the cars, trucks, SUVs and minivans that give drivers the best of both worlds: value and an outstanding ownership experience. Each award winner has the best combination of quality and value in each of their respective classes.
U.S. News & World Report measures quality by using data from their car rankings, which includes unbiased, consumer-focused car shopping advice. Combining their own set of tests and opinions to rank vehicles, U.S. News & World Report analyzes every published and credible review of a given model, and combines that analysis with hard safety and reliability data. To measure value, U.S. News & World Report teamed with the pricing experts at TrueCar to find out the average prices people are paying for new cars right now. To get a long-term picture of how much each car costs to own, they worked with Vincentric to gather total cost of ownership data, which includes things like the cost of gas, insurance and repairs over five years. Pricing and ownership costs data are then combined to get a clear picture of each model’s overall value.
If you are in the Los Angeles, CA area and would like to learn more about these award-winning vehicles, the team at Keyes Honda is here to help. We will walk you through our inventory filled with the and you can see for yourself why the Honda CR-V, Honda HR-V and Honda Fit are great vehicles.
* The 2017 CR-V, HR-V, and FIT have all been recognized by U.S. News as the Best Cars for the Money in their respective classes due to their long-term value and quality.
**View US News Best Cars at www.usnews.com/cars