When a car company goes through with a redesign, it is putting a lot on the line. What if the redesign doesn’t go over with consumers? The money spent to redesign a model is expansive, so having it not go over well is a fear for every company. Recently, a group from Cars.com analyzed some of the recent redesigns and the effect that they had. What it found is that the Honda CR-V redesign was its top winner, having a very successful redesign.
The criteria used for the study consisted of sales numbers. The company compared data year to year and came up with a reasonable calculation for figuring if the redesigns worked. From there, three categories were settled on that made the redesigned cars winners, underperformers or losers. Being that is outsold the four year average for redesigns in its class, the Honda CR-V was the biggest of all winners. Here at Benson Honda, we’ve seen the interest in the new Honda CR-V in San Antonio, TX here at the dealership – so these numbers make a lot of sense.
And who wouldn’t appreciate the Honda CR-V? The crossover features roomy seating in the front and back with room for cargo and one efficient engine. The vehicle is capable of 31 miles per gallon highway fuel efficiency out of its 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine.* It also has amazing output of 185 horsepower, making it a standout in power and efficiency.
There are a lot of reasons to love the Honda CR-V, which is why we enjoy showing it to interested consumers. Want to check it out in person? Visit our lot and see what it has to offer.
Remember, Benson Honda also provides car repair services in San Antonio in addition to some of the best new and used cars in the area.
*Based on 2013 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle.