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Toyota Set to Recall 242,000 Vehicles, Prius

Toyota is set to recall about 242,000 vehicles, including the popular Toyota Prius due to the problem with the brake system.

According to this article, “Toyota said on Wednesday that the brake in the recalled vehicles may not work as well as it is supposed to because a part used in the electronic brake system may not be strong enough, and could crack.”

Review: Honda CR-V is Fun, Functional

We love the Honda CR-V. Turns out, we aren’t the only ones.

Check out the first paragraph of this review, “The all-new, fourth-generation Honda CR-V debuted late last year with upscale styling, excellent fuel efficiency, and a host of standard convenience features, making it one of the most fun and functional compact SUVs in America. The CR-V returns for 2013 as an IIHS TOP SAFETY PICK and is distinguished by a NHTSA 5-star Overall Vehicle Score. Along the way, it has also earned awards from Edmunds.com, Kelley Blue Book’s kbb.com and J.D. Power and Associates.”

Yeah. That pretty much sums it up.

But there’s more.

Here are the highlights:

  • Body: “aggressive and aerodynamic”, lightweight suspension
  • Interior: “The interior of the 2013 Honda CR-V combines a sedan-like driving position with abundant comfort and convenience features, and standout utility and versatility. The CR-V’s “small on the outside, big on the inside” packaging is the key to its appeal. The roomy 5-passenger seating layout provides plenty of space to stretch out, front and rear, and there’s abundant storage, including a large center console.” Also the 60/40 easy fold-down seats for bigger loads.
  • Safety: “The CR-V has been named a TOP SAFETY PICK (the highest rating possible) by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). The rating recognizes vehicles that do the best job of protecting vehicle occupants involved in front, side and rear crashes.”
  • Power: “All CR-V models are powered by a 2.4-liter i-VTEC 4-cylinder engine with 185 horsepower and 163 lb-ft. of torque.”

Stop by Sims Honda, Apple Valley Honda, or Northwest Honda today so you can take the new Honda CR-V out for a test drive!

Honda Tops List of Most Reliable Vehicles

According to this article, Honda is was named as the most reliable car brand for the eighth year in a row.

Honda, in fact, heads up a tough list of Japanese automakers, but bests them all. As the article points out, you may think that the luxury brands save money over the long-term because of their alleged reliability, when, in fact, luxury vehicles like Bentley and Land Rover, were the least reliable.

Here’s how Honda was determined the most reliable: “Experts looked at 38 car makes by examining warranty claims of 50,000 three- to eight-year-old vehicles.”

Go the article linked above to see the complete list.

Honda Civic Tourer Will Have Rear-only Damping

Honda is leading the way by introducing the first rear-only Adaptive Damper System on the new CivicTourer.

According to this article, “While active damping systems have been deployed for a number of years, this marks first use of such a system for the rear only in a production model. Honda told Autocar that using a rear-only setup delivers 80% of the functionality of a fully adaptive chassis at half the cost.

“This system features three settings—comfort, normal and dynamic—all of which have been developed to enhance stability and comfort under the varying load and driving conditions that the Civic Tourer is likely to experience.

“The Tourer is due to be unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2013, before being launched in early 2014.”

We are excited to see the 2014 Honda Civic Tourer unveiled this fall, but we are really anxious to see how the rear-only damping performs!

2014 Honda Fit Hybrid Gets 85 MPG, Only in Japan

Of course this article caught our attention as we read that the 2014 Honda Fit Hybrid is expected to get 85.6 mpg (36.4 km/L). Wow. Then we were disappointed when we read that the 2014 Honda Fit Hybrid will probably only be made available in Japan.

Insert teenage whiny voice: “But whyeeeeee?!”

According to the article, “The Honda Fit is sold in the U.S. with a 1.5-liter four cylinder and gets 35 mpg with the automatic transmission. And it’s also sold as a 100 percent electric. But Honda is apparently not offering the hybrid model in the U.S. Honda may be working on a new compact sedan and crossover based on the Fit, for the U.S. and it could be sold in North-America early in 2014 with a similar hybrid system.”

That’s not really an answer. Personally, I’d want a model that gets 85.6 mpg. Right?!

“The all-new 2014 Honda Fit Hybrid will launch in Japan in early September. Hopefully the Japanese automaker will either bring the hybrid Fit to the U.S., or develop a new compact sedan and crossover based on the Sport Hybrid i-DCD hybrid system. Stay tuned.”

What do you think? Should Honda bring the 2014 Honda Fit Hybrid to the U.S. so we can all have the opportunity to drive a car that gets the “fuel sipping” mileage of 85.6 mpg?? Yes! :)

2013 Honda Accord HFP: Video

The 2013 Honda Accord has received rave reviews from consumers and critics alike. But the Honda Accord HFP (Honda Factory Performance) takes it up a notch.

“When you push it, it delivers,” said one driver in this video review.

Some of the other comments from those driving the Accord AFP include:

  • “It feels European…”
  • “Good, all-around vehicle…”
  • “Honda’s brought the fun back.”
In fact, one review went so far to say, “That’s one thing about Hondas…there’s something fun about them.”

And you can get the Accord HFP financed, as well! If you care about performance then you need to consider the Accord HFP. Watch the video to see more about why!

Honda Recalls Honda Fit Hatchbacks

Honda announced that it is voluntarily recalling Honda Fit Hatchbacks from the 2012 and 2013 model years. The recall affects about 48,000 vehicles in the United States.

This is expansion of the recall issued in April. The total number of vehicles affected since that announcement is 91,000.

According to this article, “The vehicles need a software update to the vehicle’s electronic stability control system, Honda said in a statement.”

“If you have any questions or concerns, please call us,” said Tod McLaughlin, general manager at Apple Valley Honda in Wenatchee. “Driver and passenger safety is the most important thing to us, so we want to make sure that all vehicles are functioning properly. Of course, any problem will be fixed for free to the customer.”

If you have questions, do not hesitate to contact Apple Valley Honda, Northwest Honda, or Sims Honda dealerships.

Cut Your Grass at 15 MPH With Honda’s New Lawn Mower

Did the title catch your attention? If that doesn’t seem like a big deal to you, then how about the fact that the same Honda lawn mower also goes 130 MPH and is as loud as a jet plane?

That’s right, Honda has developed a race car of a lawn mower that goes about twice as fast cutting grass than its other mowers and about twice as fast as you drive your car on the freeway when it’s not mowing. According to this article, the mower has a 1000 cc engine and, most impressive to me, can go 0-60 in 4 seconds.

Whoa. This isn’t for grandpa holding onto the kids stuff.

Appropriately enough, it’s called the Mean Mower.

What do you think? Would you want to mow your lawn at 15 mph? Would you want to own one that could go 130 mph (even if it’s just a conversation starter)?

Buy a Used Honda Ridgeline for Quality, Dependability Under $25,000

It is not very often we come across articles talking about buying a used Honda, so this one talking about consumers would score big if they could buy a used Honda Ridgeline for under $25,000 caught our attention.

Some industry leaders were very complimentary of the idea of buying a used Honda Ridgeline. Here’s what Consumer Reports had to say: “While not designed for serious off-roading, it proved capable in most applications.” Some comments from owners: “Like a Subaru on steroids,” “no quality issues other than declining fuel economy” and “amazingly flexible.”

Similarly, research firm J.D. Power said, ““better than most” grades for overall dependability and predicted reliability. Power also notes that it is its highest-ranked truck for quality, performance and design. Owners like its versatile storage/cargo-carrying features, but have misgivings about the Ridgeline’s lack of power and worse-than-advertised fuel economy.”

Since the Honda Ridgeline has a start price of around $35,000, you’d certainly be lucky to score a used one for under $25,000.

“The Honda Ridgeline wasn’t designed to be a work-truck,” said Keith Hofkamp, general manager of Sims Honda dealership in Burlington. “It doesn’t take the abuse that a lot of other used trucks have endured. Most used Honda Ridgelines are in really good shape with minor, if any, damage to the body or paint. Of course, here at Sims Honda, used vehicles undergo rigorous inspections, so you know you will only get the best used vehicles from here.”

If you’re interested in a used Honda Ridgeline, or any used vehicle, be sure to go to the Sims Honda, Apple Valley Honda, and Northwest Honda dealership websites where you will find the best deals on all kinds of quality used cars!

 

 

50 Years of Honda

How long does it take to go through 50 years of Honda history?

About 60 seconds.

This is a great advertisement (even though it is in Japanese) that provides a visual of where Honda started and where it’s going. No, it’s not a quick flip of each car Honda has ever made, but a nice roll down memory lane.

Check out the commercial HERE.

When you think of the history of Honda, what car or cars comes to your mind?

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