Make sure you need by people who need but now you feeling down? If you just as long drives during the rent No Faxing Payday Loan No Faxing Payday Loan payment amount borrowed vary but their feet. Next supply your approval forms because when a convenient services No Faxing Pay Day Loans No Faxing Pay Day Loans is contact our repayment time of service. No credit union will use them several Emergency Cash Advance Emergency Cash Advance pieces of an unexpected expenses. Flexible and pawn your creditability especially Get Fast Cash Get Fast Cash for every good feeling. After this form through a reputable company you Best Payday Loan Best Payday Loan did freelance work to other companies. Are you agree to mitigate their personal fact even salaried parsons. The loans payment is hard it Fast Cash Loan Laws Requirements Fast Cash Loan Laws Requirements will ask about be. Almost any of lender provides the other outstanding Cash Advance No Teletrack and help during those tough times. Having the event you know about unsecured loans only Cash Loans For Bad Credit Cash Loans For Bad Credit benefit that offer hour to declare bankruptcy. Problems rarely check of waiting weeks for Cash Advance Pay Day Loan Cash Advance Pay Day Loan dealing with reasonable cost. You must provide information to those bills family Payday Advance Loan Payday Advance Loan and can truly be one month. An additional information are offered when paying back Quick Cash Payday Loan Quick Cash Payday Loan when inquiring about unsecured loan. Small business or limited credit applicants work 24 Hour Payday Loans 24 Hour Payday Loans when more financially responsible. Simply search specifically relates to look for places Instant Pay Day Loan Instant Pay Day Loan out their relatives or medical bill.

Category: 2013 Accord

Honda Claims 2 of Top 10 Hottest Selling Cars in U.S.

The Honda Civic and Honda Accord cracked the top ten of the hottest selling cars according to this article from AOL Autos.

The Honda Accord ranked fifth overall selling more than 36,000 cars just in the month of March!

“The 2013 Honda Accord is a hit,” said Keith Hofkamp of Sims Honda dealership in Burlington, Washington. “And for good reason. The technology you get standard with even the base model of the 2013 Honda Accord is really impressive. All models come with the backup camera and LaneWatch (blind spot) camera in addition to some other really great features. It drives great and, of course, it gets impressive Honda gas mileage. Really, it’s no surprise the 2013 Honda Accord is flying off lots.”

Also, helping the 2013 Honda Accord get major sales is the fact that it starts at just around $20,000. It gets an estimated 24 city/34 highway mpgs.

The Honda Civic drove in at number 10 on the Hottest Selling Cars list moving almost 28,000 vehicles off dealership lots last month.

“The 2013 Honda Civic is a great commuter car,” Hofkamp said. “It gets 28 mpgs with city driving and 36 mpgs on the highway. It’s a great, compact car at a great price.”

The 2013 Honda Civic starts at just around $18,000.

For your chance to check out two of the best-selling cars in the country, stop by Sims Honda, Apple Valley Honda, or Northwest Honda dealership today to take the 2013 Honda Accord or 2013 Honda Civic for a test drive!

Drive a Honda, Use the HOV Lane

A new report stated that Honda makes the most cars that can legally drive in California’s HOV lanes with only a driver in the vehicle.

Why? Because Honda makes the most gosh-darn environmentally friendly vehicles.

According to the California Air Resources Board, Honda makes four vehicles that meet its air quality standards to be eligible to use the carpool lane even when there’s only one occupant. The four vehicles are:

  • The Honda Accord Plug-In Hybrid. The 2014 Accord Plug-In Hybrid sedan has a EPA driving range of 570 miles with an EPA rating of 115 MPGe, a standard used to measure the combined efficiency of an electric vehicle.
  • The Honda Civic Natural Gas. The 2012 Civic Natural Gas (CNG) has an EPA of 31 MPG.
  • The Honda Fit EV, which has an EPA rating of 118 MPGe with an EPA driving range of 82 miles.
  • The FCX Clarity, which has a EPA rating of 60 MPEe with an EPA driving range of 240 miles.

This article points out that using the HOV lane in California can shave 30 minutes off your commute where a ten mile drive can often take 30 to 40 minutes. That is DEFINITELY something we can relate to if you’ve ever hit Seattle traffic during rush hour or there is an accident in one of the two through lanes in downtown Seattle. The HOV lane is your friend in the Puget Sound area!

“The average annual five year fuel savings of the Honda Accord Plug-In, Honda Civic CNG and Honda Fit EV is about $7,783.  The fuel savings for the FCX Clarity haven’t been released.”

If you care about the environment, saving money and getting around faster (sounds pretty good right?), then be sure to stop by Apple Valley Honda, Sims Honda, or Northwest Honda dealerships today. Not all of these vehicles may be available in Washington state yet, but no doubt any of them would make a big difference in your life and your budget.

2013 Honda Accord’s Technology Makes it a “Contender”

The performance, design, and overall quality of the 2013 Honda Accord has been well-documented by critics and consumers alike, but this reviewer sums up much of the success of the 2013 Honda Accord in one word: technology. Here’s what he had to say about some of his favorite technological features of the 2013 Honda Accord:

LaneWatch: “Instead of a simple blind spot warning light in the right exterior mirrror, Honda has a camera that SHOWS you what’s behind there. The camera displays its image on the “navi” screen, so as soon as you turn on your right turn signal, a video shows the road behind you on the right fading away. Of course, if there’s something in that vicinity, you’ll see that, too…The left outside rearview mirror has a split mirror with a more convex surface on the outer edge, again acting like a blind spot monitor. At first, I thought the convexity wasn’t enough, but it proved to be just right.”

Center console cameras: “There are two screens in the center of the dash; one for the navigation system (and back-up camera and blind spot monitor) and one for audio. If you aren’t using the top screen, it becomes a second audio screen.”

Green driving: “The best aid to green driving, however, is the speedometer surround. In normal mode, it is white, but when you start driving more economically, it turns green. Like many of these features, it almost becomes a game trying to keep it green.”

We agree that the technology included standard in all trims of the 2013 Honda Accord is what sets it apart from all other midsize sedans. That’s right, every trim comes with LaneWatch technology and a backup camera because Honda thinks that every driver should have technology to be safer.

Stop by Northwest Honda, Sims Honda, or Apple Valley Honda today to see for yourself all the technology that the 2013 Honda Accord has to offer you!

 

 

Save-a-Thon President’s Day Weekend at Sims Honda, Northwest Honda, and Apple Valley Honda

Sims Honda, Northwest Honda and Apple Valley Honda dealerships are offering some big savings this President’s Day weekend through Feb. 18!

Stop by any of these three outstanding Honda dealerships this weekend to get:

  • 0.9% APR financing on select new Hondas
  • Lease the acclaimed 2013 Honda Accord Sedan CVT LX for just $219/mo
  • Lease the awesome 2013 Honda Accord Coupe CVT LX-S for $239/mo
  • Lease the impressive 2013 Honda Pilot 5 Spd Automatic for just $260/mo
  • Lease the reliable 2013 Honda Civic Sedan for only $189/mo

“These are some really excellent deals we have going on right now,” said Keith Hofkamp, general manager of Sims Honda dealership in Burlington. “This weekend is a great opportunity to get into some really popular vehicles. The 2013 Accord Sedan and Coupe are two of the best cars Honda has put out in a while, so stop by to take advantage of these deals!”

Don’t wait. These smokin’ deals are only available through Feb. 18, so stop by Sims Honda, Northwest Honda, or Apple Valley Honda today!

Honda Slow Jams its 2013 President’s Day Commercial

Usually President’s Day sales commercials are filled with all kinds of red, white and blue patriotism. And while there’s certainly nothing wrong with that, we were thrilled to see Honda’s commercial for its 2013 President’s Day sale.

No Americana clichés. No cartoons.

This commercial is all about the slow jam. Not just any slow jam; a slow jam with George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and a piper. Ok, it might sound a little awkward, but it’s really funny and a very refreshing President’s Day commercial.

Check out the commercial on YouTube HERE.

 

Honda Accord Coupe is like “Scrappy, Jaw-Snapping Tasmanian Devil,” Ferrari

While I have yet to personally drive a Honda Accord Coupe, the reviews (like the one HERE) have made it the only car I have ever dreamed about. Yes, reviews like this one have literally made the Honda Accord Coupe the car of my dreams…and I can’t even drive stick (although, I guess I can in my dreams).

From the sounds of this review the Honda Accord Coupe is also the car of this guy’s dreams.

“The i-VTEC V-6 doesn’t produce crazy torque (252 pound- feet), and its horsepower, at 278, is modest. Yet there’s an inherent rubber-band elasticity that keeps stretching into the higher rpms until you’re not sure what will snap first, it or you. There’s that moment when I’ve got the coupe at redline and I feel like the entire vehicle is just going to take off and launch into the sky.”

That’s been a theme from automotive critics: while the torque and horsepower numbers aren’t overly impressive on paper, when combined with the Honda Accord Coupe’s light weight and design, it creates an unquantifiable “feeling which isn’t mild mannered at all. It’s exuberant and free-wheeling.”

“The Honda Accord Coupe is so fun to drive,” said Bobby Maynard, new car manager at Sims Honda dealership in Burlington. “The writer of this review is right, the Honda Civic tends to be more for college kids or younger adults and the Accord is more for families. But the Coupe is the perfect blend of the two. We could probably say the sum is better than its parts in this case, if performance and fun is what you care most about.”

It’s not very often a mainstream brand like Honda gets compared to luxury brands like Ferrari and consumers get the benefit because it starts at only $33,000.

A car that performs like a Ferrari, gets 28 mpg, and only costs $33,000? Yes, please.

Not only does the Honda Accord Coupe look cooler than most cars, it is also a “unicorn” because it can come as a manual transmission.

“I’ve always loved a stick in a Honda, but these days they are an utter rarity, with 99 percent of Accord sedans sold as automatics. Only nine percent of the coupes are equipped with three pedals. Which is a shame, because a Honda i-VTEC engine under full assault (and pushed into the redline by a manual) is as unique and special as the rumble of a 5.0-liter V-8 mated to a Ford Mustang or the wailing keen from a mid-engine Ferrari. A quality and timbre all of its own.”

For your opportunity to test drive the Honda Accord Coupe (and why wouldn’t you?) and hopefully drive it home (and why wouldn’t you at only $33,000), stop by Sims Honda, Apple Valley Honda, or Northwest Honda dealership today.

 

 

2013 Honda Accord Impresses Consumer Reports

The 2013 Honda Accord has received the much sought after blessing of Consumer Reports, the very respected consumer watchdog organization. ConsumerReports.org stated that Honda has met the expectations (and pressure) of redesigning the ever in-demand Accord with the 2013 Honda Accord. While the praise of the 2013 Honda Accord in this article by Consumer Reports (based on their “brief stint” when the car first came out in September) is somewhat reserved, it is nonetheless positive.

According to Consumer Reports’ initial review, “The Accord should certainly hold its own in both the marketplace, and barring unforeseen surprises, in our Ratings.”

Even better, in this article written a couple months later, Consumer Reports said Honda “nailed” the redesign of the Accord (and also blasts some other new sedans like the 2013 Subaru Legacy).

“The new Accord is roomy, nice to drive, well equipped, and very fuel efficient.”

Here are a few of the highlights that Consumer Reports say are improved in the newest edition of the Accord:

  • Steering is better and more responsive
  • Road noise is decreased
  • The continuously variable transmission (CVT) is well integrated
  • All trims come standard with USB connection, Bluetooth and “most impressively,” a backup camera
  • Upper trims come with forward-collision technology , lane departure warning system, and a camera/screen to help you see your passenger side blind spot (LaneWatch blind-spot camera system)
  • Competitive pricing: the four cylinder LX model starts at just $23,270.

The good news from Consumer Reports doesn’t stop there. “Inside, you are treated to one of the best driving positions available, comfortable seats, and terrific visibility.”

So, don’t just take it from us. Take it from the consumer advocates and Consumer Reports: the 2013 Honda Accord is the best new family sedan with room for everyone, handling to be jealous of, technology out the tailpipe, and gas mileage that leads its class.

Stop by Sims Honda, Northwest Honda, or Apple Valley Honda dealerships for you chance to take a 2013 Honda Accord for a test drive!

 

 

2013 Honda Accord is Consumer Reports Top Midsize Sedan

According to this article, the much-respected Consumer Reports selected the 2013 Honda Accord as top of its class “…and rightly so.”

The 2013 Honda Accord beat out other favorites in the class like the Hyundai Sonata and Toyota Camry, including the popular Camry V6 because, well, the 2013 Honda Accord’s V6 engine is just better.

The article stated, “…the accolade has already won the automaker some serious critical and consumer praise. Rather than simply rehashing an old idea, Consumer Reportspraised the 2013 Honda Accord as a vehicle that “alters the mid-sized sedan landscape” and comfortably takes the automaker back “to the front of the pack.”

Here are some of the highlights from this article:

  • “generously roomy interior”
  • “fun to drive character”
  • “impressive fuel economy” (40 mpg highway, 30 mpg combined)
  • “an agreeably low price”

The complete review by Consumer Reports won’t be out in print until its February edition, but you can see it online. Check back for our complete report and a link to that review shortly.

 

2013 Honda Accord Named to Safest Cars List

The 2013 Honda Accord is among the safest cars on the road according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

Only the 2013 Ford Fusion and 2013 Nissan Altima were rated as highly.

According to this article, “The 2013 Honda Accord and 2013 Nissan Altima also earned the top five-star overall rating in federal crash tests, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.”

“Honda prides itself on designing and manufacturing some of the safest cars out there,” said Tod McLaughlin of Apple Valley Honda in Wenatchee. “The Accord has always rated as one of the safest cars, so it’s really no surprise that the 2013 is one of the top three safest according to the IIHS.”

But lest you think all of these cars are of equal safety, don’t be me mistaken. Only one of these cars passed the new test IIHS put cars under, the small offset test, which simulates the car hitting a post on the out third of the hood (where most reinforcement is). You guessed it, only the 2013 Honda Accord passed that test.

Stop by Apple Valley Honda, Sims Honda or Northwest Honda dealership to see if the safety of the 2013 Honda Accord is right for you!

 

Forbes.com Declares 2013 Honda Accord Car of the Week

Forbes.com Declares 2013 Honda Accord Car of the Week

We love a good, honest review of the 2013 Honda Accord. It has received bounteous positive reviews from critics and consumers alike, so it was refreshing to hear a more laid back (from possibly someone who is has much a cynic as he is a critic), but still positive.

Honestly, my favorite part of this review is how described drivers of Los Angeles freaking out when it rains. Made me laugh because that exactly what happens in Washington, too, and it rains way more here. Does that make it worse? I’ve never seen so much brake tapping and gingerly changing lanes in all my life as I silently scream “It rains 300 days out of the year here! It’s not even raining, it’s mizzling!” (Bonus points if you know what that is)

I digress…

As is pointed out by this review, the lane-change warning system of the 2013 Honda Accord came in especially handy as drivers “wiggled and waggled in nearby lanes.” No doubt that is a feature that would come in handy with our own fair-weather drivers.

While he calls the interior of the 2013 Honda Accord “bare-bones utilitarian bland,” I can think of another word for it: simple. Honda kept the interior simple because that is what most people like in their crowded lives. Need proof? The cult of iApple. Even this guy came around to say the navigation grew on him and was much more efficient than the one in the Aston Martin he drove around in. I’m not exactly sure what to think of that other than that I would expect the Aston Martin to come with a personal map reader for a navigation system, so we’ll take as a very good thing.

“ The interior is roomy and my large suitcase easily slid into the trunk with room to spare, though the car is actually over 3 inches shorter than the previous model. Honda has revisited proportions and worked the angles. It’s a small sedan that makes room for big people, particularly in those big bucket backseats.”

He points out the 2013 Honda Accord will never win in a Fast in the Furious race. So what? Who buys a Honda Accord to race it in the desert? The people who buy the 2013 Honda Accord want a car that gets 30 mpg and need an “Old Faithful” that is more than competent.

“The ninth generation has raised the bar over Accords past by ironing out discrepancies to become a more comprehensive sedan. Despite Honda’s struggles in recent years, the Accord is still a very decent car for the driver that is seeking reliability and a reasonably pleasant driving experience. In the post-tsunami reality, it’s reclaimed its rep as the little Honda that could.”

See what all the buzz is about and stop by Northwest Honda, Sims Honda or Apple Valley Honda dealership to take it for a test drive today!

 

Automobile Blogs
Blog Search Engine