Honda Automobiles: Honda Picks Up Six "Best Cars For The Money" Awards from U.S. News & World Report

Five Honda models have been respected with 6 “Best Cars for a Money” awards by U.S. News World Report. The 2016 Civic was named “Best Compact Car for a Money,” a 2016 Honda HR-V was named “Best Subcompact SUV for a Money,” a 2016 Honda Odyssey was named “Best Minivan for a Money,” a 2016 Honda Pilot was named “Best 3-Row SUV for a Money,” and for a second year in a row, a 2016 Honda Fit was named both “Best Hatchback for a Money” and “Best Subcompact Car for a Money.”

“Honda is committed to building vehicles that move fun to a business and eventually broach long-term value,” pronounced Jeff Conrad, comparison clamp boss and ubiquitous manager of a Honda Division. “Quality and value for income are pivotal attributes business design when shopping a Honda, and these awards commend a brand’s ongoing accomplishment of that promise.”

The “Best Cars for a Money” methodology combines peculiarity and value information into a multiple score. Within any of 21 endowment categories, a automobile with a top measure is named a “Best Car for a Money” in that category. Quality is totalled by a altogether measure a automobile achieved in a U.S. News automobile rankings during a time a awards are published. The rankings, updated monthly during www.usnews.com/cars, review cars on a basement of safety, trustworthiness and a accord of attention experts’ opinions. Value is totalled by a multiple of a vehicle’s five-year sum cost of tenure and a normal cost paid for a automobile during a time a awards are published.