When it comes to building fun cars, Honda is a step above the competition. Every driver will benefit from Honda’s i-VTEC performance technology, which ensures a great blend of power and efficiency. Although Subaru also makes some high-performance models, no vehicle in its lineup offers more driving excitement than the new Civic Type R. On the track, this electrifying “hot hatch” embarrasses sports cars that are far more expensive.
Honda has earned a reputation for producing extremely reliable automobiles. Owners can look forward to enjoying problem-free driving for years to come. Every model is built to last. This is one of the reasons why Honda vehicles like the Civic tend to have such a high resale value. In its latest Dependability Study, J.D. Power ranks Honda ahead of Subaru.
With the cost of fuel being so unpredictable, it’s more important than ever to choose an efficient vehicle. On average, Honda vehicles save drivers more money at the pump. Several Honda models are rated to return more than 30 mpg. This is a huge benefit for folks who spend a lot of time on the road. Rated to return a combined 47 mpg, the new Honda Accord Hybrid is far more economical than any car in Subaru’s lineup.
Both Honda and Subaru produce some versatile crossover SUVs. However, of the two, only Honda makes a pickup truck. The Honda Ridgeline continues to impress drivers from across the country. You can use the Ridgeline’s bed to haul a lot of different things. Not only does the Ridgeline offer sedan-like handling, but it’s also the only pickup on the market to feature a built-in trunk.