Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Honda Cars Go 200,000 Miles

Consumer Reports recently released a list of the 10 cars that will go 200,000 miles last week and five of the cars on that list are Hondas.  The selections were based on its annual research survey, involving responses on 1.1 million vehicles.  Honda vehicles continue to be a good investment and it shows - with the Odyssey, Pilot, Accord Sedan, CR-V, and Civic all making the list.  Of course, Consumer Reports does suggest looking at newer vehicles, as they offer advanced safety features and many other benefits to drivers.

It is also worth noting that the all-new 2016 Pilot that comes with many new safety features such as Adaptive Cruise Control and the Lane Keeping Assist System will be in dealerships later this year.  Honda has integrated many new technologies and features into the new Pilot that not only keeps you and your passengers entertained but also keeps everyone safe.  Be sure to stay updated on the new Pilot, with its sleek new styling and plenty of room for passengers you will want to see it for yourself.

Friday, February 20, 2015

2016 Pilot Debuts, Ridgeline Teaser Photo Released

Last week, Honda debuted the all-new 2016 Pilot at the Chicago Auto Show and it looks more sleek and refined than the outgoing model’s utilitarian and boxy design.  The front of the Pilot is very much like that of the CR-V while the side has a sloping roofline and the rear doors appear to be longer, possibly indicating the Pilot has increased its size.  The rear of the 2016 Pilot is very different, showing off a curved window and boomerang LED taillights.  

The interior of the Pilot has a lot of new technology as well, to include an 8-inch touch screen audio interface, a Blu-ray player,push-button start and enhanced connectivity for almost any gadget.  The 2016 Pilot will also offer a panoramic roof and will integrate safety technology such as Honda LaneWatch, Collision Mitigation Braking System, Forward Collision Warning, Lane Keeping Assist System, Lane Departure Warning, and Adaptive Cruise Control.  

Honda expects the 2016 Pilot to ace its IIHS crash tests when they take place, and they are also bringing a new engine coupled with a 300 pound weight loss to achieve optimum fuel economy.  Keep on the lookout for more information, as the 2016 Honda Pilot is due to be in showrooms later this year!

Also remember to check out the sketch that Honda released of the new Ridgeline, showing off a redesigned exterior. 

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Why did Alex Ovechkin want to win a Honda Accord?

Alex Ovechkin of the Washington Capitals competed in the Honda NHL Breakaway Challenge in hopes of winning one of the Accords that Honda was giving away.  Unfortunately, he was not picked as one of the last two players, which meant he lost his chance at getting an Accord.  Or so he thought.  Honda officials learned why he lobbied to be one of the final two and made sure that he won an Accord.  Why? 

Here is the scoop:  Ovechkin did not want the Accord for himself, he wanted to donate it to the Washington Ice Dogs, a hockey team for children with developmental disabilities.  Thanks to Ovechkin and Honda, the Washington Ice Dogs have a shiny new Accord.

Thursday, January 22, 2015

2015 is "The Year of Honda"

This year will surely be a demonstration of Honda’s innovation and cutting-edge technology.  To start off, the Honda FCV Concept car made its debut earlier this week at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, showing off the next generation of fuel cell technology.   Honda also showed off the all-new Acura NSX supercar, which is expected to be available to order in late summer this year.  The HondaJet made an appearance as well, and will be expected to be available for delivery later this year.  

American Honda also announced that it has some bold plans for the future, to include an electric vehicle and an all-new plug-in hybrid vehicle by 2018, the launch of the all-new 2016 HR-V crossover, a redesigned 2016 Pilot, a completely new 2016 Ridgeline pickup truck, and they will begin introducing new 4-cylinder VTEC® Turbo engines before the end of the year.

"No other automaker in the world has the depth of R&D know-how and experience to create such a diverse array of advanced technology products, let alone bring them to market," said John Mendel, executive vice president of American Honda Motor Co., Inc. "These all-new products and technologies represent significant advancements for our customers and for the future of mobility everywhere; innovations that only a comprehensive mobility company like Honda can truly achieve."

You will want to keep a close eye on Honda this year, as they move forward on new technologies and products that are sure to peak your interest.

Monday, December 8, 2014

2016 HR-V Debuts, Coming Soon in Spring of 2015

Honda debuted the all-new 2016 HR-V at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November.  The HR-V will be coming spring of 2015, and it is packed with new technology and has plenty of versatility for all.  There are three different ways to configure its interior and the available Real Time AWD gives you more control on the road.  The sleek, modern exterior makes the HR-V a perfect vehicle to take on the town while it still has the versatility to take on more rugged terrain.  You will find plenty of technology inside the cabin as well as room for whatever you may need to take along in the HR-V.  Stay up to date on this all-new design from Honda by going to  

Friday, October 31, 2014

Honda HR-V Coming Soon!

Honda will be debuting their all-new HR-V at the Los Angeles Auto Show on November 19th.  The HR-V will be the point of entry into the lineup of Honda light trucks.  It is anticipated to launch this winter and is built on the Fit platform.  Due to an innovative center fuel tank layout, the HR-V will have a roomy and all-purpose interior.  Further information and details will be released at the Los Angeles Auto Show, this announcementcomes shortly after the 2015 CR-V was named 2015 Motor Trend Sport/Utility of the Year.  Honda truly offers a great line-up of vehicles that have proven to be reliable and fun to drive for all.

Friday, October 10, 2014

2015 CR-V Revealed

Honda has recently released the all-new 2015 CR-V with an updated body style along with a new trim level and plenty of new technology.  The new CR-V has been improved and enhanced, starting with the more sleek and stylish exterior as well as the many new crash-avoidance technologies.  The fuel economy has improved from the previous year and with an updated suspension the drive is quiet and smooth.  Adding in the new Touring trim level with stylish 18-inch alloy wheels gives consumers a top of the line SUV with a lot to love.