Honda had four vehicles named "The Best Cars for the Money," by the publication U.S. News & World Report, the most of any automaker.
The Honda Fit earned the honor for the fourth consecutive year, while the Honda HR-V won its category for the third year in a row. Honda won awards in the following categories:
--Best Subcompact Car for the Money: 2018 Honda Fit
--Best Subcompact SUV for the Money: 2018 Honda HR
--Best Compact SUV for the Money: 2018 Honda CR-V
--Best Minivan for the Money: 2018 Honda Odyssey
The editors had strong praise for the Honda Fit as it stayed as the top of the rankings for four years.
"Outstanding cabin space, lots of available features, good crash test ratings, and predictable handling help the Honda Fit rank among the best models in our subcompact car class," the editors wrote. "The Fit is our 2018 Best Subcompact Car for the Money award winner because it has the best combination of overall quality and value in the class."
U.S. News & World Report analyzed uses data from its own vehicle rankings as well as information on safety features, crash test ratings and fuel economy specs. Various sources are used to determined pricing information.
The "Best Cars for the Money" awards can be read here.
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