Three Honda models have earned the top spot in their respective segments in the U.S. News & World Report 2021 Best Cars for the Money awards.* The 2021 Honda CR-V earned the compact SUV title, the 2021 Honda Odyssey came out on top of the minivan class, and the 2021 Honda Passport succeeded in the two-row SUV segment.
The Best Cars for the Money awards combine quality and value to determine which vehicles top their class. It measures quality with an overall score a vehicle receives in the U.S. News car rankings when the awards are published.
The 2021 CR-V is a crossover SUV that offers versatile space and efficient performance. It can seat up to five passengers, while also offering up to 75.8 cubic feet of cargo space when the rear seats are folded down. Honda Sensing® driver-assistance features come as standard for peace of mind, and it can help you stay connected on the go with Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ smartphone integration.
As a minivan, the 2021 Odyssey is family-oriented with room for up to eight passengers and cubic feet of cargo space. Family-friendly features for this model include the available CabinTalk® in-car PA system and the available CabinWatch® feature, which plays a live video of the back seat right on your touchscreen, so you don’t have to turn around to see what’s happening in the back seats.
The 2021 Passport was made with adventurous families in mind, with available all-wheel drive for off-road journeys and hidden storage cubbies throughout the cabin. It even comes with 2.5 cubic feet of underfloor storage that drains for dirty or wet gear you accumulate on the go.
*View U.S. News Best Cars at https://cars.usnews.com/cars-trucks