Accord and Odyssey Named Best Resale Value Cars at Edmunds’ Best Retained Value Awards
Smart shoppers know it makes sense to look for the best resale value cars. If you’re leasing, monthly payments will be lower; if you’re buying, count on getting more money back when you sell or trade.
Edmunds has made it easier to select those models by putting together their Best Retained Value Awards, and they ended up celebrating Honda’s “well-deserved reputation for making high quality, reliable vehicles” while placing two Honda models on their list:
Edmunds’ Best Retained Value Awards
When it comes to starting price, most shoppers need only look online to find out how much a vehicle is going for. When it comes to predicted residual value, things become a little trickier.
Luckily enough, Edmunds has done the hard work for you. To recognize the brands and models boasting the highest projected private-party residual value five years after their launch, they looked at percentages of their average True Market Value® (TMV®) to put together the Edmunds.com Best Retained Value® list.
Honda Accord Resale Value
The Honda Accord is one of the most well-rounded midsize cars on the market. That sterling reputation ensures high resale values, and the 2019 Honda Accord pushes things even further by delivering a phenomenal combination of performance, efficiency, space, and technology.
- Standard 1.5L In-Line Engine for up to 192 hp and 192 lb-ft of Torque
- Honda Sensing® Driver Assistance Technology as Standard
- Up to 16.7 Cubic Feet of Trunk Space
- Available Heated and Ventilated Front Seats
Honda Odyssey Resale Value
- Seating for up to 8
- Up to 158 Cubic Feet of Cargo Space
- CabinTalk™ In-Car PA System
- CabinWatch® Rear Seat Monitor
- Available HondaVAC Built-In Vacuum
Accord and Odyssey Drivers Can Count on Leading Residual Value
You’ll find models offering the highest projected resale value after five years of ownership by visiting your local Montana dealership. To find out more or hear about special offers, feel free to contact us today.