Sunday, February 24, 2013

2013 Honda Fit Earns Industry Praise

Each year, U.S. News and World Report conducts its annual ‘Best Cars for the Money’ awards which highlight vehicles within several categories based on the ratings of professional automotive critics. Vehicles are judged across a number of factors including performance, reliability, interior quality and safety. The awards are also based on the average price paid for a particular car and five-year cost of ownership data. The ‘Best Cars for the Money’ award winners are those that excel in these areas and are ultimately a great long-term value.

For California residents on the market for a new car, the 2013 ‘Best Cars for the Money’ awards suggest a visit to your Honda dealers. Lemon Grove consumers may not see many changes for the 2013 Honda Fit, which has proven to be a good thing. The 2013 Honda Fit was the only vehicle to occupy not only one, but two segments in the car category in this year’s ‘Best Cars for the Money’ awards. Of the 10 car categories, the Fit won the ‘Best Cars for the Money’ award in the subcompact and hatchback segments.

The Honda Fit San Diego dealers offer is no stranger to U.S. News and World Report’s ‘Best Cars for the Money’ awards. In the past five years, the Fit has earned five awards in either the hatchback or subcompact segments. The two awards earned by the Fit in this year’s awards have been attributed to the car’s comparatively low ownership costs and rave reviews from critics.

In addition to low ownership costs and positive reviews, the Fit has a proven reliability record which has helped secure its position as a leader in its segment. The Fit has been praised among Lemon Grove residents for its ample passenger space and cargo capacity that rivals that of some SUVs. Paired with its responsive handling, praiseworthy driving dynamics and long list of standard and available features, the Honda Fit is a value hard to pass up.  

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