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Honda Continues Streak as King of the Hill on Kelley Blue Book’s Most Researched New Cars List

Once again, Honda has proven to be the internet’s favorite auto brand. Car buyers that want the best combination of price, durability, dependability, style, performance, design, and fuel efficiency know to look for a Honda first. This has been proven once again by the newly released “most searched new cars of 2009” results from Kelley Blue Book. Accord and Civic are the top two cars, and CR-V appears fourth on the list. The Pilot and Odyssey have strong showings as well, appearing at numbers 10 and 13, respectively. These numbers are no fluke, since Honda has always had a strong showing on this list since it was first released in early 2004 (for cars released in 2003). Since then, Honda has always placed atop the list, has always had 2 cars in the top 3, and has always placed several other vehicles within the list. The full results of KBB’s list are as follows:

  • 1. Honda Accord
  • 2. Honda Civic
  • 3. Toyota Camry
  • 4. Honda CR-V
  • 5. Toyota Corolla
  • 6. Toyota RAV4
  • 7. Toyota Highlander
  • 8. Toyota Prius
  • 9. Nissan Altima
  • 10. Honda Pilot
  • 11. Ford Escape
  • 12. Chevrolet Camaro
  • 13. Honda Odyssey
  • 14. Ford Fusion
  • 15. Mazda3
  • 16. Ford Mustang
  • 17. Volkswagen Jetta
  • 18. Toyota Sienna
  • 19. Lexus RX 350
  • 20. Chevrolet Equinox
2010 Honda Accord

King of the Hill: Once Again the Accord Appears Atop The KBB Most-Searched List

For more information on how to get your hands on one of these Hondas, be sure to check out your local new and preowned Honda dealership, or go to BrickellHondaDirect.com to take the first step to car shopping by getting a quick quote on the Honda of your choice from your Miami Honda dealer.

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