2015 Honda CR-V and Fit Named to KBB Best Resale Value Awards Lists

January 27th, 2015 by

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The 2015 Honda CR-V and 2015 Honda Fit were named in Kelley Blue Book’s 2015 Best Resale Value Awards. The CR-V made the Top Ten list and the Fit was named Best Subcompact Car. After 36 months, the CR-V resale value is 65.3 percent of its original value and after 60 months the CR-V resale value is 50.8 percent. The Fit holds 65 percent of its value after 36 months and 47.7 percent of its value after 60 months.

“Impressively enhanced for 2015, the versatile and refined Honda CR-V is a resale value all-star as well as our first-ever Compact SUV Best Buy,” KBB said about the CR-V. On the Fit KBB said, “More than a resale value standout, the 2015 Honda Fit qualifies as a smart buy from all angles.”

The CR-V and Fit were also awarded by the ALG for having the best residual value in their respective segments.

2015 Honda CR-V Resale Value


The 2015 Honda CR-V starts at $23,445, seats five, and is available in eight trim levels. After 36 months the CR-V is worth $15,309 based on its starting price. After 60 months the CR-V is worth $11,910. The trim levels include four two-wheel drive options and four all-wheel drive variations. The CR-V comes standard with a remote entry system, one-touch turn indicators, expanded view driver’s side mirror, and auto-off headlights. Interior features include Bluetooth, auto-up/down driver’s window, cruise control; illuminated, steering-wheel-mounted controls; center console, conversation mirror with sunglasses holder, 12-volt power outlets, rear-seat heater ducts, and four cargo area tie-down anchors.

Not only did the CR-V resale value put the vehicle on a best residual value list, it was also recognized for its safety and popularity.

The CR-V has plenty of safety features including a multi-angle rearview camera, brake assist, electronic brake distribution, and daytime running lights.

2015 Honda Fit Resale Value


The 2015 Honda Fit has a starting price of $15,650, seats five, and is available in three trim levels. Based on its starting price, the Fit would be worth $10,172 after 36 months and worth $7,465 after 60 months. It has great fuel economy with 32 city/ 38 highway/ 35 combined mpg* with the continuously variable transmission. The Fit also has plenty of features standard:

  • Security System with Remote Entry
  • Multi-Reflector Halogen Headlights with Auto-On/Off
  • One-Touch Turn Indicators
  • Expanded View Driver’s Mirror
  • Body-Colored Rear Roofline Spoiler
  • Bluetooth
  • Air Filtration System
  • Auto-Up/Down Driver’s Window
  • Cruise Control
  • Illuminated, Steering-Wheel-Mounted Controls
  • Center Console with Armrest and Storage Compartment
  • 12-Volt Power Outlets

As for safety features, the Fit has vehicle stability assist, brake assist, daytime running lights, and a multi-angle rearview camera. The Fit has been named one of the “Best Cars for City Living” by CNBC, “Most Affordable Subcompact Car” by U.S. News and World Report, “2015 Value Car of the Year” by Yahoo Autos, and “Best Feature-Per-Dollar Car” by Motor Trend.

Call Fisher Honda in Boulder, Colo., at 303-245-6417 if you are interested in test driving the 2015 Honda CR-V and the 2015 Honda Fit. See why the CR-V resale value and Fit resale value are so high! Check out our invetory of the CR-V and Fit.

*Based on EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle