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Honda CR-Z Logs More than 100,000 Miles With No Problems

One business in London is using all Honda hybrid vehicles to power its fleet, including one Honda CR-Z that logged more than 100,000 in three years without skipping a beat!

Renewable Solutions UK designs and installs renewable energy systems all over the English countryside and only uses Honda hybrids like the CR-Z, Insight and Jazz to get business done. Altogether, the hybrid fleet has traveled half a million miles since 2010!

“Honda hybrids are a perfect fit for our business, with the efficiency of battery power and the many environmental and financial benefits this brings,” said Mike Lowes, Managing Director of Renewable Solutions UK.  “The fleet has worked very hard, every day, for both short and long journeys, but we’ve only ever had to pay for standard servicing and wear and tear costs, and no major breakdowns. They just keep going without skipping a beat!”

And in a testament to the great Honda service model, each hybrid in the fleet was bought from the same dealership because they trust the Honda brand and service!

“We have complete free rein in what we buy and where we buy it from, so the fact that we stick with Honda is testament to the trust we have in the brand. Honda hybrids are a reliable, no-compromise solution to our needs, and Greenacre have offered us great customer service and value for money.”

Read the complete article HERE.

What is the most amount of miles you have ever put on a vehicle and in what period of time? If you own a hybrid, how many miles have you put on it?

Northwest, Sims, Apple Valley Honda Best Places to Buy Used Vehicles for Anyone

A news story came out today about an elderly couple who had a very unsatisfactory car-buying experience at a local western Washington dealership.

We wanted to take this opportunity to reassure the consumers the Burlington, Bellingham, and Wenatchee areas that your local Honda dealership is the best place to buy a used or new vehicle. You can see a lot our deals on our websites, but we want you to know that we value our reputation as fair and honest dealerships more than getting a little bit more money. To us, happy customers and a solid reputation in the communities we serve is the most important thing.

“We wouldn’t ever want anyone, an elderly couple or recent college grad, to feel pressured into a situation that wasn’t right for them,” said Tony Carter, general manager of Northwest Honda in Bellingham.

Northwest Honda, Sims Honda and Apple Valley Honda are some of the best places to buy a used or new car. They have reputations of honesty and integrity built on years of serving their respective communities.

“Many of our costumers are repeat costumers because they have terrific experiences buying cars from us,” Carter said. “We don’t want to just offer great deals, we want to make sure that people find the right car and the right financing for them. You get the total package with Northwest Honda, so people should absolutely feel comfortable sending their parents or grandparents to us to buy a car. We will treat them like they are our own.”

If you have any questions about buying a used or new car from Northwest Honda, Sims Honda, or Apple Valley Honda, do not hesitate to contact us.

My Awesome Experience Buying a Used Car from Sims Honda

As some of you regular readers may or may not know, we have been a one-car family (a 2009 Honda Accord that we bought from Northwest Honda dealership in Bellingham) for several years. Often, my husband would ride his Honda Ruckus scooter (who we lovingly call “Scoot”) to and from work. His commute is only about five miles, but he finally decided he was too old to be riding Scoot in the rain and cold of winter months.

So, we started looking online for quality used cars and found what looked like a good fit at Sims Honda dealership in Burlington. At the first meeting with our future car, I brought my father along because my husband couldn’t make it and my father is a ‘car guy.’ Having had our fair share of bad experiences with crappy used vehicles (did I mention my husband and I went through four cars in our first year of marriage. Yeah, we did), I wanted to bring him along to check it out.

Looked good.

A few days later I brought the whole family up to check out the potential newest member of our family. There was no way around it, I had to bring the three year old and the one year old to Sims Honda while my husband and I reviewed this car before ultimately buying it. Those of you who have had young children know what I’m talking about. The boredom, the getting into everything, etc.

Well, we had a fabulous experience, kids and all.

Before children, I never really appreciated how important a “family friendly buying experience” would be, but I’m here to tell you that we did not get one scowl or sideways glance as my three year old pretended to drive the Honda Pilot on the showroom floor. The guy in the nearby office simply laughed to the person he was on the phone with when my son purposefully walked into his office and waved.

The service manager recognized me from all the times I had brought in our Accord for oil changes and scheduled maintenances and didn’t seem bothered at all as my kids filled up their water cups, took candy from the billing counter candy jar or sprawled on the waiting room floor.

The salesman helping us, Don Corpolongo, was so friendly and didn’t ever seem annoyed when either my husband or myself ran off chasing one of our darlings. The staff showed our kids the musical presents under the tree and simply told them to be careful not to slam their fingers in the doors as they climbed in and out of the cars.

It really seemed like “family owned” meant something at Sims Honda.

The sales process was pretty quick and painless as Don explained all of our options. We feel really confident that we got a great used car knowing that Sims Honda takes pride in its reputation as one of the best Honda dealerships in Western Washington.

If I’m not making this clear enough, here’s the bottom line: we had a great, family friendly experience buying a great used car for a very reasonable price at Sims Honda. We would recommend buying a new or used car at Sims Honda to anyone, so give them a try the next time you are in the market for a new or used car!

Honda Voluntarily Recalls Older Odysseys, Pilots

Honda announced it is voluntarily recalling Honda Odyssey minivans and Honda Pilot SUVs from the 2003 and 2004 model years for problems with the ignition. Also, Acura MDX SUVs from the 2003 through 2006 models years may be affected. The problem with the ignition could cause the vehicle to roll away even after it is put in park and the key removed.

Approximately 800,000 vehicles may be affected.

“If you have questions or concerns about this issue, please call us or stop by,” said Tod McLaughlin of Apple Valley Honda. “Whether you bought your Odyssey, Pilot or Acura MDX here or another Honda dealership, we will take care of you. Any problems related to this recall will be taken care of free of charge.”

If Sims Honda or Northwest Honda dealerships are closer to you, please do not hesitate to call or stop by and one of our certified Honda staff will take care of you.

 

Hurricane Sandy Will Not Affect Honda Sales Much

The United States is Honda’s biggest market and the northeast is the populated part of the U.S., so you would think the devastation of Hurricane Sandy would deeply affect their year-end sales projections. Well, you’d be wrong.

Honda still expects sales to exceed last year’s by about 25 percent, meaning about 1.46 million Hondas will be delivered. Honda sales for the month of October were about half of what they were expected to be because Hurricane Sandy hit during the busiest time of the month, but Honda expects to make up for that in November.

“November will be a pretty good month for us — I see nothing different in November and December that will change the course of where we’ve been this year,” Mendel said. Honda brand sales for the year should be “within 10,000 or 12,000 units” of 1.3 million, with the Acura luxury brand at “160,000, maybe a little bit more,” he said.

The demand for the redesigned CR-V, blockbuster 2013 Honda Accord and sports Honda Civic will keep people coming to Honda dealerships in droves.

I think this article skips over an important part of the affect Hurricane Sandy could have on the automotive industry in the Northeast. It points out that some dealerships lost inventory that will have to be replaced, so that should help a little with sales. But what about the thousands of people who lost their cars to flooding and wind damage? According to the article, “As many as 200,000 new and used vehicles may eventually be replaced in the region as a result of the storm, the National Automobile Dealers Association estimated this month.”

It is often said that natural disasters provide opportunity and I think that as people try to resume their normal lives, they will buy new cars…and of course, stop at their local Honda dealerships first. Hurricane Sandy a small negative impact on the month of October, but perhaps it will actually help their year-end sales as people replace damaged vehicles.

Suzuki Declares Bankruptcy, Abandons US Market

A small, but familiar name will be leaving the American auto industry as American Suzuki Motor Corporation citing unprofitability in the competitive market and filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

 

Operations in Canada and Mexico will be unaffected.

 

“We hate to see any automobile business go under,” said Tony Carter of Northwest Honda dealership in Bellingham. “We’ve all seen some hard times and we believe competition in the market leads to better options for the consumer. While it’s unfortunate for Suzuki fans, we want everyone to know that Honda dealerships can service any Japanese car and they can come to us if they need it.”

 

According to this article, “Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing was done to allow a smooth transition for setting up service networks for existing Suzuki vehicles. Suzuki is assuring owners of their products that warranties will remained honored. However, the ability to find parts for Suzuki vehicles could be difficult heading into the future. Another long-term effect likely to plague Suzuki automobiles in the United States will be resale value.”

 

American Suzuki has been selling vehicles in the US for 27 years, but has accrued $346 million in debt. In addition to the tough market, Suzuki also cited the high Japanese Yen as a reason for discontinuing automobile sales in the US. “The company was also concerned about the rigors for complying to safety and fuel regulations in the United States as reasons that make developing future products.”

 

Suzuki vehicles can be taken to Northwest Honda, Apple Valley Honda and Sims Honda dealerships for service and repair.

 

See entire article here.

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