5 Honda Models Receive Lowest True Cost to Own Award From Edmunds

By Patty Peck Honda Sales | Posted in Accord, CR-V, Fit, Hybrids, Insight, News and Events, Ridgeline on Tuesday, July 20th, 2010 at 5:29 am

2010 Honda Accord CoupeIn Edmunds.com’s first annual Lowest True Cost to Own (TCO) Awards, Edmunds identified vehicles that consistently maintain the lowest overall ownership costs in their respective segments. TCO calculations involve virtually everything it cost to own and operate an automobile for five years including depreciation, taxes & fees, fuel cost, maintenance, repairs, tax credit (if any), financing and insurance.

There were 21 winners selected in varying vehicle types and price ranges. Honda was the automaker with the most winners on the list (six), one of which was an Acura. The automaker took top honors in the following categories (Hybrid, SUV under $25,000, SUV over $45,000, Large Truck, Coupe $25K-$35K, and Sedan $15K-$25K). – edmunds.com

And the winners are:

With so many of the Honda vehicles in the winners circle it goes to show that Honda Quality runs through-out its entire line-up. Building a  vehicle to be affordable over time is what you can expect from Honda.

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