Quantcast
  

Friday, April 18, 2014         

 Print   Email   Comment | View 1 Comments   Most Popular   Save   Post   Retweet

Kelley Blue Book names top 12 family cars

By Erika Engle

POSTED:
LAST UPDATED: 02:17 a.m. HST, Feb 15, 2014


It's not all about minivans, according to the Kelley Blue Book best cars for families for 2014.

Of all the automakers' products on the market, the KBB editors chose four from Honda, three from Nissan, two from Chevrolet and one each from Ford, Subaru and Toyota for its list.

The Honda Accord, CR-V, Odyssey and Pilot, the Nissan Altima, Pathfinder and Rogue, the Chevrolet Impala and Traverse, the Ford Flex, Subaru Forester and Toyota Sienna all were chosen for the list after research involving families.

KBB editors started with 21 vehicles from 11 makers, top-ranked in various best-for-families categories, and enlisted families to help test them.

Editors tallied results based on participant feedback to compile the list, which was presented in alphabetical, versus ranked order.

http://www.kbb.com/





More From The Star-Advertiser

Top hybrid vehicles under $30k ranked




 Print   Email   Comment | View 1 Comments   Most Popular   Save   Post   Retweet

COMMENTS
(1)
You must be subscribed to participate in discussions
By participating in online discussions you acknowledge that you have agreed to the TERMS OF SERVICE. An insightful discussion of ideas and viewpoints is encouraged, but comments must be civil and in good taste, with no personal attacks. Because only subscribers are allowed to comment, we have your personal information and are able to contact you. If your comments are inappropriate, you may receive a warning, and if you persist with such comments you may be banned from posting. To report comments that you believe do not follow our guidelines, email commentfeedback@staradvertiser.com.
Leave a comment

Please login to leave a comment.
bumba wrote:
Unfjortunately the KBB isn't that relevant anymore. None of the dealerships follow it when you trade in a vehicle. They'll give you the "current market value", which is much lower than the KBB trade in value for your car.
on February 15,2014 | 06:16AM
IN OTHER NEWS
Latest News/Updates