Honda is known for many things, including its consistent lineup of diverse vehicles, top-notch safety features, and fuel-efficient technology. Plus, the automaker makes some of the most affordable vehicles, year-after-year, and Kelley Blue Book (KBB) is taking notice.
KBB recently named Honda the “Best Value Brand” at their 2017 Brand Image Awards, saying that Honda offers “a special blend of reliability, refinement and outstanding resale value unmatched by any other automaker,” and adding that “just about every vehicle Honda makes is among the best-selling, best-reviewed vehicles in its segment.”
The prestigious site also pointed out that Honda’s resale values are consistently impressive, making sure you truly get your money’s worth out of your car, even when you’re ready to sell it back.
Talk about high praise! To be fair, we at Floyd Traylor Honda are hardly surprised. Come pay us a visit anytime, and we’ll show you just how excellent the value of a new Honda can be. Our enormous selection of Honda vehicles may just include your next vehicle.
You can also explore the many awards Honda has won this year alone on Honda’s website, where you’ll discover that Honda’s value has been praised over and over again.
A lot of automakers claim that they manufacture the best family cars, but Honda is the only one with the stats and the accolades to back it up.
KBB.com recently announced its winners of their ‘Best Family Cars of 2016’ Awards, and Honda took home the gold in four out of four of KBB’s evaluated categories: Sedan, Two-Row Crossover/SUV, Three-Row Crossover/SUV, and Minivan. The big winners were the 2016 Honda Civic, Accord, HR-V, CR-V, Pilot and Odyssey. The winners were selected based on a variety of factors, including the vehicle’s overall safety, performance, and value.
These huge honors make Honda the most awarded automaker in KBB’s 2016 awards. At Floyd Traylor Honda, we’re particularly pleased by these amazing victories. We take pride in providing our customers with only the highest-quality vehicles and we take nothing more seriously than selling safe and dependable family vehicles.
If you’re in the market for your next ever-ready family-hauler, now you know which brand is best!
The Honda Civic was recently recognized by the Detroit Free Press as the best car of the recent Detroit Auto Show. Winning the “North American Car of the Year” award, the Civic has some great new features, better performance and a sleek design.
According to the Detroit Free Press, the Civic was an obvious front runner since its release, and the model was up nearly 30% in terms of sale. This car comes with a bold new fascia, with LED lighting and a sharp grille. A turbocharged engine ups power and fuel economy, while rain-sensing wipers and a capless fuel system are the tip of the iceberg in terms of accessories.
“I think the Civic is improved in every possible metric,” Tony Swan, a co-founder of the award and automotive reviewer. Swan designed the award to be given by an independent jury of auto journalists from the US and Canada, each of which voted for their favorites overall.
Other finalists included the Chevy Malibu, Mazda Miata, Honda Pilot, and Nissan Titan XD. This is the second time the Civic has won the North American Car of the Year award, the first time being in 2006.
The all-new 2016 Honda Civic and all-new 2016 Honda Pilot have been named “Best Compact Sedan” and “Best SUV,” respectively, in the latest Hispanic Motor Press Awards.
The Honda Civic was noted for its great styling, first turbocharged engine, numerous safety technologies as part of the Honda Sensing suite, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility.
“The 2016 Civic is a bit longer, with a roomier interior and a high level of connectivity, with a smooth power plant. These enhancements make this new platform a real winner for the Hispanic consumer,” said Ricardo Rodriguez-Long, Jury Director, Hispanic Motor Press.
The Honda Pilot stood out as one of the best vehicles for families with seating for up to eight occupants, an available nine-speed automatic transmission, and a host of assistive driver technologies to help keep everyone safe.
“The new Pilot has grown into a practical and efficient family vehicle. With the AWD option, three-row seating, safety features and a premium feel, it stood out among the other options tested by the jurors. It’s a very good all-around package for the larger Hispanic family,” said Rodriguez.