While the answer to “What makes a vehicle one of the best cars for the money?” might vary from person to person, we think reliability is at the top of the list for many. After all, a reliable car is one that won’t lead to unexpected expenses; while it’s impossible to know the future, auto reviewers like J.D. Power and Associates and Cars Direct have repeatedly praised Honda for dependability:
Whether past or present models, the Accord, Civic, and Fit have been regarded as some of the most dependable vehicles in their class—and we haven’t even touched on their value or pricing yet, which routinely delivers more features for the money when compared with competitors like the Camry, Corolla, and Rio.
Many drivers know that value and reliability are important when shopping for a new car, but we also know that the price can be just as important for a driver. After all, your budget can only stretch so far. Honda has some of the most affordably priced vehicles on the market, though; see the prices for the vehicles we’ve mentioned and understand why we think they’re some of the best cars for the money around Milwaukee:
The 2016 Fit LX with 6MT is priced at $15,890 (MSRP).****
The 2016 Civic LX Sedan with 6MT is priced at $18,640 (MSRP).****
A 2016 HR-V 2WD LX is priced at just $19,215 (MSRP).*****
The 2016 CR-V 2WD LX is only $23,845 (MSRP).*****
A 2016 Honda Pilot 2WD LX seats up to eight passengers and is priced at just $30,345 (MSRP).*****
Honda’s minivan, the 2016 Odyssey LX, is priced at only $29,550 (MSRP).*****
To get an idea of just what these prices mean, take a look at our comparison tool to see how a competing model compares—in fact, you can see our 2016 Kia Rio review for yourself to see the value of a Honda.