Depreciation is a huge drawback in a brand-new car purchase. Within the first year of owning a car, it loses about 30% of its value. To help you find a vehicle that won’t experience too much devaluation, Kelley Blue Book introduced the Best Resale Value awards. This year, Honda walked away with five of these awards.
Each vehicle type from Honda — electric vehicle, passenger
car, SUV, minivan, and pickup truck — earned recognition.
Here’s a look at Honda’s models that took away 2019 Kelley
Blue Book Best Resale Value Awards in their segments:
- Best Resale Value: Hybrid Car – 2019 Honda
- Best Resale Value: Compact Car – 2019 Honda
- Best Resale Value: Subcompact SUV/Crossover –
2019 Honda HR-V*
- Best Resale Value: Minivan – 2019 Honda Odyssey*
- Best Resale Value: Top 10 – 2019 Honda Ridgeline*
To determine what vehicles were worthy of the Best Resale Value accolade, Kelley Blue Book examined the latest research and analysis. This includes current sales data, market conditions, competition within segments, future economic factors, and current vehicle specifications. The award winners retain their value over the first five years of new-car ownership better than their competitors.
Visit Jack Matia Honda for a closer look at this award-winning lineup.
*For more information, visit Kelley Blue Book’s
KBB.com. Kelley Blue Book is a registered trademark of Kelley Blue Book Co.,
The school year has started, and fall is arriving right on schedule with crisp air and changing leaves. If you’re looking for some autumnal fun to have with your family this season, be sure to check out these fall festivals in northeast Ohio this year:
Head west to Lake Farmpark on Sep. 22-23 this year for the annual Apple Butter & Cider Festival. If you love all things apple — from apple pie to apple juice — you can’t miss it! You can sample a variety of apple ciders and try your
hand at pressing your own. Pro tip: Don’t leave without tasting the unique and delicious Apple Slushy!
On Sep. 29-30, head to Kuchta Farms in Newton Falls for their third annual fall fest, an event that is quickly becoming one of the favorite fall festivals in Northeast Ohio. Corn mazes, hayrides, fresh kettle corn, and more — Kuchta Falls has all the fixings for down-home fall fun.
Do you have a history buff in your family? Or are you the history buff looking for an excuse to drag your crew to a museum with you? Whatever the case, you’ll have a great time at the Heritage Harvest Pumpkin Festival from Oct. 6-7 at the Brunswick Area Historical Society. You can tour the museum, take a hayride, pick a pumpkin, and shop around at the farmer’s market. The best part? 2018 marks the second-annual Canine Costume contest!
There’s so much to do in northeast Ohio over the autumn, but there’s really only one right way to get around: in a fresh new Honda that you’ve driven off the lot at Jack Matia Honda.