Honda has been on a roll recently, introducing brand new models and showcasing redesigned editions of popular vehicles like the Honda CR-V and the Honda Fit, both of which should prove quite popular among buyers as we move towards 2015.
That said, when buying a new car, it is important to read reviews from unbiased sources in order to get a clear idea of the quality of a vehicle. That is why we look over some of the things that have been written about Honda products this year.
2015 Honda Fit
But the Honda Fit has always proved that there’s a right and a wrong way to put together a package, and the Fit’s has always been right. For 2015, that right way has been revisited. The 2015 Fit gets a new platform, new engine and transmissions, and a new look. - Car&Driver
2015 Honda CR-V
The CR-V caters to families with safety features and ratings decidedly ahead of the class norm, and offers interior room and cargo capacity that's more than ample enough to allow passengers and cargo to coexist peacefully. – The Car Connection
2015 Honda HR-V
The HR-V is simple, attractive and not overly cute. The wheels seem a bit small for the size of the wheel openings, but the gentle curve of the roof and a body-side character line that is not overdone will probably appeal to Honda’s target audience. – The New York Times
2015 Honda Civic
A comfortable ride, a spacious interior and very good safety scores buff out the Civic's appeal. Whether you're commuting to work, running errands or going with a few friends for a night out, the Civic will be an agreeable companion. - Edmunds
2015 Honda Accord
The basic four-cylinder Accord is among our top Rated family sedans. It rides and handles well, has a roomy and well-finished interior, and gets and impressive 30 mpg overall with its unobtrusive CVT. – Consumer Reports
If you would like to learn more about Honda’s range of fuel-efficient, safe, and reliable vehicles, contact us today at Bathurst Honda.