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Honda Accord Touring is Luxury at Mid-Sized Price

Most people think that have a luxury car and get the luxury experience you have to pay a luxury price.

Most people would be wrong.

Point and case is the 2013 Honda Accord Touring that has all kinds of snazzy bells and whistles and starts at just more than $34,000. What kinds of snazzy features? I’m glad you asked:

  • Honda LaneWatch Blind Spot Display
  • Smart Button and Push Start Button
  • Forward Collision Warning System
  • Lane Departure Warning System
  • SmartVent side airbags
  • LED Projector headlights
  • “Exclusive to the Touring Sedan, adaptive cruise control lets the driver to set a desired speed and a distance interval behind the vehicle ahead.”

Many of these technologies are included on lower models. Also included on all 2013 Honda Accord models is Bluetooth, rearview camera display, and USB/iPod integration. All models also include an Econ button “which changes the car’s power settings and responses to improve fuel efficiency as much as possible.”

All of this technology in the 2013 Honda Accord Touring means it is one of the most technologically advanced and safest midsized sedans on the road.

Oh, it’s also one of the most powerful with a 300 hp engine. Dad wouldn’t mind driving that family sedan around, would he?

For your chance to take the affordable luxury of the 2013 Honda Accord Touring for a test drive, stop by Northwest Honda in Bellingham, Sims Honda in Burlington, or Apple Valley Honda in Wenatchee!

 

Honda Accord Hybrid Set Up to Take Down Competition

There has been a lot written about the 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid set to land at dealerships like Apple Valley Honda, Sims Honda, and Northwest Honda in October of this year.

We LOVE this brief set up of the battle among the hybrids. Basically, the 2014 Honda Accord getting almost 50 miles per gallon will be enough to overtake the competition and become the hybrid supreme.

Well, according to this article it is.

“We are extremely excited to get the 2014 Honda Accord here at Sims Honda,” said Keith Hofkamp of Sims Honda dealership in Burlington. “The market has been warming up to hybrid technology more and more as the technology gets better and people begin to get used to it. Combine better hybrid technology with the dependability and reliability of the Honda Accord brand and no doubt it will be a top seller everywhere. Who doesn’t want 50 miles to the gallon?!”

What do you think? Will getting 49 mpg (far more than other hybrid competitors) be enough to make the 2014 Honda Accord the top hybrid?

Honda Accord Hybrid Will Get 49 MPG, Beat Toyota Camry Hybrid

Honda will debut the 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid this fall and it will get 49 miles per gallon beating out the Toyota Camry Hyrbid, which reportedly gets 43 mpg. The 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid will be available on dealership lots in October, including Apple Valley Honda, Northwest Honda, and Sims Honda!

According to this article, “Powered by Honda’s new hybrid powertrain, the two-motor SPORT HYBRID Intelligent Multi Mode Drive gives the driver three options: EV, Hybrid, and Engine. In EV mode, which only functions at low speeds and medium to high cruising speeds, the Accord utilizes its lithium-ion battery to run the car solely on electricity. Hybrid mode combines the 124-kilowatt electric motor with the 2.0L DOHC i-VTEC Atkinson-cycle 4-cylinder engine to generate quick acceleration while maintaining great fuel economy. Unlike the other modes, pure Engine mode sends the power straight to the front wheels. The Accord Hybrid is reported to achieve 49/45/47 MPG, setting a new, high standard for fuel economy in the midsize sedan class.”

With the Honda Accord reputation of dependability, reliability, and safety, consumers will have confidence in the Honda hybrid technology will take them further…for less money!

Honda Accord Hybrid Gets Better Gas Mileage Than Toyota Camry Hybrid

The much-anticipated 2013 Honda Accord Hybrid will go on sale in June in Japan and gets much better gas mileage than the Toyota Camry Hybrid. We have read reports that say the Honda Accord Hybrid will arrive in the U.S. late this year.

According to this article, the 2013 Honda Accord Hybrid “has a fuel-efficiency rating of 30 kilometers a liter under the country’s JC08 testing standards, Tokyo-based Honda said in a statement today. The Camry hybrid travels 23.4 kilometers a liter, according to Toyota, while Nissan Motor Co. says its Teana, which runs on gasoline, goes 11.4 kilometers. ”

Ok, so we don’t measure our gasoline in liters, but it doesn’t take a genius to realize that 30 miles/liter is a significant improvement on 23.4 miles/liter.

The latest model’s fuel efficiency is “extraordinary,” Koichi Sugimoto, a Tokyo-based auto analyst at BNP Paribas SA with a buy rating on Honda, said by phone. “The new hybrid technology will definitely be a big strength for Honda.”

The 2013 Honda Accord is one of the best-selling and most popular sedans in the United States and we cannot wait to see the Accord Hybrid in action. We are very interested to find out how it performs and drives. And you can bet that you’ll be able to stop by Sims Honda, Northwest Honda and Apple Valley Honda to take one for a test drive!

“Honda LaneWatch is Awesome”

We LOVED this article that simultaneously mocks our reliance and desire for technology while praising the “awesome” Honda LaneWatch technology available on all trims of the 2013 Honda Accord.

According to the writer of this article, what technology don’t we need? Twitter available on our refrigerators as offered by Samsung (“I just got ice. #cold #drink #icerocks2013 #yourdrinkiswarmerthanmine“).

He also takes a hit on Toyota Infotainment system that allows you search for and buy movies tickets and also make dinner reservations while driving to pick up your date (ideally, you would’ve done that beforehand, but life happens). And for good reason. With many states passing laws outlawing handheld cell phones because they distract drivers, what part of searching for the perfect date movie and restaurant while speeding down the interstate sounds like a safe idea?

The writer lists several other good and bad technology examples but then he gets to his point: “I think Honda LaneWatch is Awesome.”

Honda LaneWatch technology works by using video to display your blindspot on the screen on your dash every time you flip your turn signal. So, as you indicate you are going to switch lanes, the screen in the dash shows you exactly what is around you so you can make a good decision (hopefully).

“I recently had a Honda Accord press car with LaneWatch, and I was so impressed by the feature that I didn’t use the passenger mirror once throughout the entirety of my time with the car. This is pretty cool: a camera that completely takes the place of a side-view mirror. Concept cars have teased the idea for years, but here I was actually experiencing it in a $25,000 Honda Accord!”

After his test drive, he admitted that he missed the technology: “Still, when used for its intended purpose, LaneWatch is tremendously helpful. The picture’s clear, it’s aimed exactly where you want, and – to help you decide if it’s safe to change lanes – it even displays three different on-screen lines: Green, Yellow, and BMW Driver…When I gave back the Accord and returned to my LaneWatch-less SUV, I began to realize just how much technology is missing from my life.”

Stop by Sims Honda, Northwest Honda, or Apple Valley Honda dealerships today so you can take the 2013 Honda Accord for a test drive and find out for yourself why Honda LaneWatch technology is truly “awesome.”

 

 

Generations of the Honda Accord: Keeping Drivers Happy for Decades

The Honda Accord has been around for a long time. In fact, we are now in the 9th generation of the Honda Accord.

The first Honda Accord came out in 1976 and cost $3,995. Since then, the Honda Accord has become a juggernaut in the midsize sedan category. Check out the visual below from http://visual.ly/history-honda-accord to see a visual history of the Honda Accord culminating in the 2013 Honda Accord, which is a hit with critics and consumers.

Which generations of Honda Accord did you drive?

Honda Sales Rise in March

The all-new 2013 Honda Accord to Honda’s sales to new heights in March, with the Accord’s 36.4% boost over last year! On the whole, Honda’s sales rose 7.1%.

“It’s amazing the difference in sales from a year or year-and-a-half ago,” said Keith Hofkamp, general manager of Sims Honda in Burlington. “Honda was struggling after the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, but we’ve fully recovered and, with the help of some great new cars like the 2013 Honda Accord, we’re back on top.”

Honda’s luxury brand, Acura had sales that were up 26.3%.

“Our core models, Civic, Accord, CR-V and Odyssey, continue to lead the industry where it counts,” said John Mendel, executive vice president of American Honda. “It’s particularly rewarding to see Accord and Civic winning new customers against a headwind of competitor incentives and value-reducing fleet sales.”

According to the article, the sales of the Honda Crosstour and Honda Pilot both rose by an impressive 11%.

“The Honda Crosstour is a vehicle that doesn’t get a lot of attention, but is a great option for people who want more than car, but not CR-V,” Hofkamp said. “The Honda Pilot has always been one of our most popular vehicles, especially for families. With tax returns coming back, I’m not surprised to see boosts with both of these vehicles.”

For your chance to take the 2013 Honda Accord, Crosstour or Pilot for a test drive, stop by Sims Honda, Northwest Honda, or Apple Valley Honda today.

Rear Visibility Cameras Can Save Young Lives

This touching article about a mom who accidentally ran over her young son as she backed out of her driveway illustrates exactly how rear visibility cameras, or backup cameras, could help save lives of many children around the country.

It is a sad story that has been repeated more than 1,000 times from 1990 to 2010. Oftentimes, children are injured or killed by those who love them most who simply didn’t see them behind the car.

As the article points out, “driver expectation” is a big part of the reason incidents like these occur: drivers simply don’t expect children to be around there. In the case mentioned above, no doubt this mom expected her son to be inside with her husband, but her young son somehow got outside and onto the driveway. Drivers are most careful in parks and school areas, but, in other places, where you don’t expect children to be wandering around, drivers tend to let their guard down.

So this mom, and many other moms, have made it their mission to urge the U.S. government to require rearview cameras that will allow drivers to see in their rear blind spot. Many vehicles already have rear cameras as an option, including the popular family minivan Honda Odyssey and the 2013 Honda Accord, which includes the rearview camera standard on every model.

In fact, “According to Edmunds.com, a privately held automotive information firm, 70 percent of 2012 model year vehicles have backup cameras available on one package or more.”

As is pointed out by many supporters, they believe the cost auto manufacturers claim to add cameras to every new vehicle will go down as more and more manufacturers apply it, and, so far, that seems to be true. Honda is a great example of that: instead of making the rearview camera an option for higher-end models, the 2013 Honda Accord is the first vehicle to include the backup camera standard on all trims. No doubt, this won’t be the last vehicle to do that, either.

Is having a backup camera a big selling-point for you as a car shopper? Do you think backup cameras should be required to be installed in all new cars?

“Admirable” Honda Accord Made Even Better With 2013 Model

We never get tired of reading awesome reviews of the 2013 Honda Accord. This review does nice, honest job if listing the 2013 Honda Accord’s specs and comparing to other models like the Toyota Camry, but the last paragraph says it all:

The folks at Honda did a great job of making the already admirable Accord even better in 2013. The combination of appearance, performance, convenience and reliability will definitely keep the Accord remain at or near the top of this highly competitive segment.”

We have mentioned many times the technology that comes standard on all 2013 Honda Accords, including the backup camera and LaneWatch blind spot camera, but this article does a great job of describing the interior and experience of the 2013 Honda Accord.

“There is no doubt that if you come to Northwest Honda and take the 2013 Honda Accord for a test drive, you will be impressed with the quality of materials and design in the interior of the car,” said John Clough, sales manager at Northwest Honda dealership in Bellingham, Washington. “Potential buyers will also be interested to know there is V6 engine option, which is an option that is disappearing in the industry.”

Here is some bullet point information from the article we think would be helpful in convincing you that the 2013 Honda Accord is the car for you:

  • “Performance: 2.4-liter, four-cylinder, 185 horsepower; 3.5-liter, V6, 278 horsepower
  • Mileage estimate range: 21-36 mpg
  • Price: $21,680 to $33,430
  • Warranty: 3years/36,000 miles; drivetrain 5 years/60,000 miles; corrosion 5 year/unlimited”

Do yourself a favor and stop by Northwest Honda, Sims Honda, or Apple Valley Honda dealership today to take the 2013 Honda Accord for a test drive!

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!

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