3 Honda’s Win Cheapest Vehicle to Buy & Maintain Awards
All but the wealthiest car buyers compare sticker prices when it comes to shopping for a new vehicle. However, I’ll assume far fewer actually consider how much money a given vehicle will actually cost to own and operate over the years.
Sharp car shoppers will uncover the bottom lines of vehicles under their consideration, that will prove to be the most financially sound investment in the long run. These will include- depreciation costs, (how much a vehicle will have lost in value at trade-in time) fuel, insurance premiums, maintenance fees, state fees, and out-of-warranty repair bills.
Fortunately, the automotive website RepairPal.com, provides car shoppers and current owners a numeric index score to compare models, and see the projected cost to maintain the vehicle over time.
For Honda car owners and those in the market, they might interested to know that the 2017 Honda Accord, 2017 Honda CR-V, and 2017 Honda Odyssey all won the cheapest vehicle to buy and maintain awards for their respective category.
The 2017 Honda Accord won the sedan category’s cheapest to maintain and repair award, earning a RepairPal Index Score of 21. It is estimated that the average cost for owners to maintain a 2017 Honda Accord is $351 per year.
The 2017 Honda CR-V won the compact SUVs category’s cheapest to maintain and repair award, earning a RepairPal Index Score of 22. It has been estimated that the average cost for owners to maintain a 2017 Honda CR-V is $385 per year.
The 2017 Honda Odyssey won the minivan category’s cheapest to maintain and repair award, earning a RepairPal Index Score of 24. RepairPal has been estimated that the average cost for owners to maintain a 2017 Honda Odyssey is $403 per year.
As you can see, the Honda brand has three exceptional vehicle offerings for consumers that are looking for a sedan, compact SUV, or minivan. Stop into Manchester Honda today to test drive a new Accord, CR-V, or Odyssey!