Every year, U.S. News and World Report issues their top picks for vehicles with the best quality and value. Consistently, you’ll find Honda models ranking highly in those categories. But this year is even more special. The 2018 U.S. News and World Report’s Best Cars for the Money Awards feature four awesome Honda models.
Which Models are the Best Cars for the Money?
If you’re shopping for a new vehicle, you’ll want to take this into consideration. The best cars for the money can save you on future repairs and will certainly help keep your resale value high.
The Honda Odyssey captures the title as the Best Minivan for the Money, according to U.S. News and World Report. It’s because of awesome features like CabinWatch and CabinTalk, MagicSlide 2nd-row seats, Honda Sensing, and HondaVAC. It defies the traditional minivan look. Plus, renowned Honda reliability always helps.
The popular Honda CR-V is not only good-looking but extremely value-oriented. LED daytime running lights, 17-inch alloys, automatic climate control, and available Realtime AWD are just a few of the features. It can be equipped with Honda Sensing, full LED headlights, rain-sensing wipers, navigation, and much more.
The adventure-loving Honda HR-V is all about convenience. 2nd-row Magic Seats, a multi-angle rearview camera, and 17-inch alloys are all standard equipment, while leather seats, Honda LaneWatch, all-wheel drive, and Smart Entry and Push Button Start are all available.
Without a doubt, one of the best cars for the money is the Honda Fit. Restyled for 2018, it’s the hot hatch everyone wants. Honda Sensing, a one-touch power moonroof, leather heated seats, and navigation are all available options. And don’t forget to check out the all-new Sport trim too!
In addition to four Honda models, two Acura models are also featured as Best Cars for the Money. When you want a vehicle that’s packed with the equipment you want, is built to last, and is great value for your money, choose a Honda. You’ll find the whole range of Honda vehicles right here at Jay Wolfe Honda in Kansas City.