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2014 Honda Accord Hybrid Officially Gets 50 MPG

We love the all-new Accord. We really love the 2014 Honda Accord. We really, really love the 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid because it gets 50 mpgs.

Yes, you read that right. 5-0. Miles per gallon.

This is a slight bump up from other reports, but now we know that when the 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid hits dealership lots like Northwest Honda in Bellingham, Sims Honda in Burlington, and Apple Valley Honda in Wenatchee, that people can expect 50 mpgs highway driving and 45 mpgs city driving (47 mpgs combined).

“Who doesn’t want 50 miles per gallon?” asked Tony Carter, general manager at Northwest Honda. “Everyone wants to get as much fuel efficiency as possible and the 2014 Honda Accord hybrid crushes every other hybrid sedan in the industry in this category. We live in an expensive part of the country, where gas is expensive, so do yourself a favor and start considering the 2014 Honda Accord hybrid now.”

The 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid will be available for purchase in October.

We simply can’t wait!

2014 Honda Accord Price Revealed

The price for the 2014 Honda Accord has been announced that it will cost $275 more than the 2013.

Although this price increase comes with few changes since the 2013 Honda Accord was completely redesigned, we still think it’s well worth it. As this articlepoints out, the price bump means the 2014 Honda Accord is slightly more expensive than its competitors, but we think that’s ok because the 2014 Honda Accord is a better value than its competitors.

“The 2013 Honda Accord has been such a huge hit with critics and consumers,” said Keith Hofkamp, general manager of Sims Honda dealership in Burlington. “The 2014 Honda Accord will be pretty much the same, but I don’t think the price increase will be problem for buyers because when the see the new Accord they’ll see that it is the best in its class. With no other car do you get back-up cameras and so many other features standard on all trims.”

The price for the highly anticipated 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid has not been announced yet, but will be before it goes on sale in October.

Come check out the 2014 Honda Accord and Accord Hybrid later this fall at Sims Honda, Northwest Honda, and Apple Valley Honda dealerships!

Honda Builds Earth Dreams Engine in Ohio

Honda is investing more than $100 million in the Dayton, Ohio Honda plant so that it can move development of the Earth Dreams Technology engine from Japan to America.

Not only does Honda’s engine technology result in 10% more fuel efficiency, it also means more jobs in Ohio.

Check out this short news clip to find out how Honda’s technology is changing the auto industry and how Honda is giving the economy a boost.

Honda Strives to Save Drive-In Movies

The drive-in movie theater has been an American institution since the 1930′s. Slowly, though, they are dying off.

After they end of this year, though, the preverbial asteroid could hit this dying breed. Because after the end if this year drive-ins won’t be able to even show movies unless they convert their equipment over to digital.

That means an expensive change-over for the few remaining hold-outs. More than $75,000 for most drive-ins.

In an industry that isn’t exactly rolling in the dough, that’s enough to put most drive-ins out of business, so Honda is stepping up and sponsoring the National Project Drive-In to save drive-ins around the country.

I addition to raising awareness, Honda will also giving the new equipment to five drive-ins as voted on by you!

Get more information about Project Drive-In in this article and at ProjectDriveIn.com.

Check Out Honda NSX Concept Teaser

Honda has teased it’s upcoming replacement for the NSX with the Concept-GT hybrid race car.

Yes, you read that right: hybrid race car.

But this isn’t an CR-Z on steroids. The new NSX will blow your mind; just check out the pictures.

According to this article, “the company just announced the NSX Concept-GT, a hybrid race car which is designed to compete in the Japanese SUPER GT series (GT500 class). Unlike the street version, which features a mid-mounted V6 and three electric motors, the Concept-GT boasts a 2.0L turbocharged direct-injection I4 paired with a “racing hybrid system”.

THAT is a hybrid vehicle anyone would be happy driving.

Honda VTEC Engine Explained


Much has been written about Honda’s innovative VTEC Engine.

Honda’s VTEC system is almost as famous as the brand itself, steeped in many myths from the world of motorsport, street racing, motor bikes and even supercars. VTEC is synonymous with the Civic Type R, the screaming S2000, hints at the NSX and is a mainstay in their fight sales. But what is it?”

That’s an excellent question, that maybe you haven’t asked yourself before, but now you are. Instead of trying to shorten it up and explain it to you, check out the entire article HEREcomplete with a couple videos.

Honda Recreates Historic Lap

We know this is not a Honda racing blog, but we’ve come across article like this so much the past couple weeks that we felt we wouldn’t be doing our job as proponents of everything Honda if we didn’t help spread the word about this amazing tribute to an amazing racer.

This sums up the commercial/tribute nicely, “In 1989, the incredible Ayrton Senna completed a lap of the Japanese F1 circuit, smashing a world record in the process. On board was Honda’s engine telemetry system which recorded a bunch of information from the car. Now, almost a decade after his death, Honda is using that same data, along with some giant speakers and lights to recreate that incredible lap in a flurry of noise. This is a beautiful tribute.”

Check out the article for a video of the touching tribute and historic lap

2013 Honda CR-Z: The First Mainstream Sporty Hybrid

In this article, the writer proposes that the 2013 Honda CR-Z is the solution to those who want a sport vehicle (which Honda is known and loved for) and meeting the world’s requirement of more eco-friendly vehicles.

And it seems to be a slam dunk, home run, touchdown, and (insert your sports analogy here) because “…the CR-Z delivers a really cracking driving experience.”

What seems to make the Honda CR-Z so cracking? It “utilizes Macpherson-strut suspension at the front end over the more performance-oriented double-wishbone suspension, is packed with safety features and electronic aids and all, that, to the hardcore enthusiast, seemingly adulterates the driving experience.”

It also doesn’t hurt that the 2013 Honda CR-Z has a 130-hp engine, 144-volt lithium ion battery, increased torque, and Honda’s amazing 6-speed manual transmission.

“Honda’s manual transmissions have always been the best and the CR-Z’s six-speed self-shifter is sniper-rifle precise, a real joy to row through and feel the snickety-snick of the gears.”

And you don’t need to be worried about any kind of weird, hybrid drivability. In fact, “it drives just like a sports car.”

As with any Honda, you can also expect the best safety features. “As expected of any modern car, the CR-Z is loaded with safety features: six airbags up front with curtain bags that span the length of the cabin, ABS-EBD brakes with Brake Assist and Stability/Traction control as standard. There’s also a lot of small details such as the drilled aluminum pedals and aluminum shiftknob for the 6-speed manual, the slots on the front seats which technically mean you can sling in a couple of four-point clubman harnesses for some track time/amateur racing activities, and the LED daytime running lamps which give a touch of class and sophistication for this modern-day lightweight warrior.”

Check out the complete, raving article about the 2013 Honda CR-Z for more details about the first mainstream hybrid sports car!

 

 

Honda Tops All Other Automakers in Four Main Categories

2013 Honda Accord

TORRANCE, California, July 29, 2013 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — Honda topped all mainstream automakers in percentage of sales to retail buyers during the first five months of 2013, with more than 98 percent[1] of the brand’s auto sales in the U.S. sold to individual (non-fleet) consumers, based on new-vehicle registration data from R.L. Polk & Co. With a strong focus on providing long-term value and low cost of ownership to its customers, the Honda brand has increased sales by 6.5 percent in 2013 with 668,597 Honda cars and light trucks finding new homes through the end of June.

Honda’s four best-selling models, Accord, Civic, CR-V and Odyssey, lead their respective segments[2] in sales to retail consumers. Together, these segments represent more than 50 percent of all light-duty vehicle sales in the United States.

“We’re earning our sales growth on the strength of our products and the value they deliver to individual car buyers,” said John Mendel, executive vice president of sales for American Honda Motor Co., Inc. “Our strategy is unique among volume automakers, as we are focused on selling vehicles to individual car buyers and not corporate sales to fleets, which is why Honda vehicles have among the lowest cost of ownership and highest resale values in the industry.”

In the highly competitive mid-size segment, where Accord leads retail sales, many high-volume entrants have sold in excess of 30 percent[1] of their vehicles to fleet customers thus far in 2013 while over 98 percent[1] of Accords were sold to individuals (non-fleet). The 2013 Accord is the most-awarded[3] mid-size car when it comes to value.

“Honda continues to deliver on the promise that made them the Residual Value Award recipient for 2013,” said Eric Lyman, vice president of Editorial for ALG. “Honda keeps incentives and fleet penetration low – two actions that heavily impact future values. With high volume models like Accord and CR-V at the top of their respective segments, Hondas hold their value better than any other brand.”

According to Honda analysis of Polk new-vehicle registration data, more than 19 percent[1] of light-duty vehicle industry sales so far this year have been to non-retail customers such as rental-car companies, corporate and government fleet operations, most at steeply discounted prices compared to the average retail transaction price. Discounts on large volumes of vehicles can have a long-term negative impact on the residual or resale values of vehicles purchased at retail. This effectively increases the cost-of-ownership for retail buyers when they eventually sell or trade-in their vehicles.

About Honda
Honda employs more than 33,000 associates in North America, and has invested more than $22 billion in R&D, sales and manufacturing operations in the region since 1959. Honda now operates 14 major manufacturing facilities in North America, producing a wide range of Honda and Acura automobiles, engines and transmissions, Honda all-terrain vehicles, and power equipment products, using domestic and globally sourced parts. Over 90 percent of Honda and Acura automobiles sold in the U.S. during 2012 were produced in North America.

Honda Accord Hybrid Arriving in October!

So you might already know this, but we saw this brief article and got all excited about the arrival of the Honda Accord Hybrid in October to Honda dealerships like Apple Valley Honda, Northwest Honda, and Sims Honda.

“We are extremely excited about the Honda Accord Hybrid,” said Keith Hofkamp, general manager at Sims Honda dealership in Burlington. “We have seen a rise in demand for hybrid vehicles. People really want Honda to offer more in this area because they know Honda and they trust Honda. They especially trust the Accord, so for the Accord to offered as a hybrid, we expect it to do really well.”

According to this article, “In the Hybrid application, Honda rates the Accord at 4.8 l/100 km in the city and 5.2 on the highway. This time around, however, the electric motor will be mated to a 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine, unlike the previous Accord Hybrid, which saw a V6 instead.”

We are so excited.

Eeeeek! :)

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