Honda North America won four U.S. News & World Report 2018 "Best Cars for the Money" Awards, the most of any automaker, including a fourth consecutive award for the Honda Fit and a third straight year for the Honda HR-V. 

Both models are manufactured by the Japanese automaker at the assembly plants located in Celaya, Guanajuato and El Salto, Jalisco.

Other Honda vehicles awarded were the CR-V and the Odyssey in the Best Compact SUV and Best Minivan categories respectively. 

For the awards, which are a measure of the best combination of quality and value, U.S. News & World Report uses data from their own vehicle rankings plus other credible sources to assess quality, plus pricing information from TrueCar to determine average transaction prices.

“Our rankings are the best in the business when it comes to giving car shoppers clear, actionable, and unbiased advice. Based on the consensus opinion of the automotive press, and not just our own test drives and opinions, the rankings give you a birds-eye view of what professional automotive journalists think of a car, as well as insight into its safety and reliability,” said the new outlet about its report.

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