Luckily/unluckily for automakers, Consumer Reports scores are never graded on a curve like some of our fifth-grade math tests were. Rather, they are carefully calculated based on the car manufacturer's predicted reliability rankings, current model lineup, and performance of the models evaluated by Consumer Reports' engineers.
Honda's 2011 Consumer ReportsReport Card (includes Acura)- Overall Score: 74
- Average Test Score: 75
- Reliability: Very Good
- Tested Vehicle Recommended: 76%
- Most are reliable and well-rounded performers. Hondas usually handle well but suffer from road noise.
- Highs: Ride, handling, powertrains, controls, crash-test results
- Lows: Road noise
As you can see, Honda's received a glowing report card with little room for improvement. That said, Honda is constantly striving to elevate driver's experience. We're certain they'll take Consumer Reports' feedback as constructive and expect to see an even better overall score next year.
If you're interested to learn more about Honda's award-winning lineup, please contact Manly Honda Santa Rosa. Located at 2750 Corby Ave Santa Rose, CA 95407, we're happy to help!