Tag Archive: lowest

Dec 08

Honda Automobiles: Honda Civic and HR-V Place First and Second with CR-V Also Highly Ranked in Kelley Blue Book "10 Most Awarded Cars of…

This release contains: 1 Related Document, 3 Photos With multiple recognitions, including the Overall Best Buy of 2016 by Kelley Blue Book’s KBB.com, the 2016 Honda Civic placed first in the Kelley Blue Book 10 Most Awarded Cars of 2016 rankings. Coming a close second, the 2016 Honda HR-V was named the lowest 2016 5-Year Cost to Own Award winner in the Compact SUV/Crossover category, amongst its numerous awards

Dec 08

Honda Automobiles: Honda Civic and HR-V Place First and Second with CR-V Also Highly Ranked in Kelley Blue Book “10 Most Awarded Cars of 2016”

This release contains: 1 Related Document, 3 Photos With multiple recognitions, including the Overall Best Buy of 2016 by Kelley Blue Book’s KBB.com, the 2016 Honda Civic placed first in the Kelley Blue Book 10 Most Awarded Cars of 2016 rankings. Coming a close second, the 2016 Honda HR-V was named the lowest 2016 5-Year Cost to Own Award winner in the Compact SUV/Crossover category, amongst its numerous awards. Also included and making Honda the most awarded brand on the list, the 2016 Honda CR-V is a multiple award winner including the Best Small SUV/Crossover Best Buy Award

May 06

Automaker incentives sink to five-year low

Filed under: Car Buying , Chrysler , Ford , GM , Honda , Nissan , Toyota Auto sales have been on an upward trajectory for many months, and the latest data shows that cash on the hood isn’t one of the reasons. According to Automotive News , incentive spending was at a five-year low in April, down 14 percent to an average of $2,320 per vehicle.

May 06

Automaker incentives sink to five-year low

Filed under: Car Buying , Chrysler , Ford , GM , Honda , Nissan , Toyota Auto sales have been on an upward trajectory for many months, and the latest data shows that cash on the hood isn’t one of the reasons. According to Automotive News , incentive spending was at a five-year low in April, down 14 percent to an average of $2,320 per vehicle. Toyota had the lowest incentives among the top six automakers in the United States, with an average of $1,885 per unit

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