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Honda Unveils New Compact SUV, the HR-V

Honda HR-V Compact SUV to Join All-New 2015 Fit as Honda Expands Small Car Lineup
  • All-new HR-V will launch this winter with sleek and expressive styling
  • 2015 Fit resets segment benchmark with class-leading interior space, top fuel economy ratings and standard features
  • Next-generation ASIMO also makes appearance at New York Auto Show

Honda will continue to expand its lineup of small cars aimed at the next generation of buyers with the launch of the 2015 Fit subcompact car and the all-new compact SUV, the Honda HR-V  that will come to market this winter. Together the Fit and HR-V will represent a significant growth opportunity for Honda in the U.S., with both models produced at the automaker’s newest North American manufacturing facility located in Celaya, Mexico, which allows for production flexibility to meet market demand.

“Both Fit and HR-V demonstrate how great things can come in small packages, and no one does this better than Honda,” said Jeff Conrad, senior vice president and general manager of the Honda automobile division for American Honda. “Together these models also represent Honda’s step-by-step expansion of our production in the region, which has been key to our success in America for more than 30 years.”

All-New HR-V Compact SUV 
Honda released the first official photos of the U.S.-bound HR-V today at the New York International Auto Show. With sleek styling and expressive character lines, the HR-V is anticipated to launch this winter. Built on the same global compact platform that underpins the Fit, the HR-V will feature a versatile and spacious interior thanks to a unique center tank layout. The HR-V will be equipped with the Honda-exclusive Magic Seat®, which allows for multiple seating configurations and the ability to fold the second row seat completely flat for added cargo space. The HR-V will serve as the entry point to the Honda light truck lineup, positioned below the CR-V in both price and size. Additional details about the HR-V will be announced later this year.

Kelley Blue Book Names 2014 Honda Accord One of Best Family Vehicles

It’s true, when SUVs and smaller SUVs, some predicted the end of the family sedan. That prediction has proven not true and the 2014 Honda Accord even goes so far as to say it’s just as good (and even better in some ways) as those SUVs.

And that’s according to Kelley Blue Book’s website, kbb.com.

This sums up the family-friendliness of the 2014 Honda Accord nicely:

“The Honda Accord has been a top seller for literally decades, but this Accord is the most family friendly yet. The Accord has plenty of rear seat room for child boosters, and the trunk holds a stroller plus lots of groceries. The Accord’s touch-screen interface is easy to use, and LaneWatch, Honda’s cool new side-view camera, virtually makes your passenger-side mirror obsolete.

“But beyond all the various features, the Accord is a midsize family car that you’ll just want to drive. It’s refined, competent on every road surface, the 4-cylinder engine and continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) combine for plentiful power and very good fuel economy, and it even looks good. If you don’t want an SUV, and just enjoy driving, the Accord proves the family sedan still has plenty of life left.”

Yes, some people just want a great family car, not an SUV and the 2014 Honda Accord is a great place to start.

“People want family sedans for different reasons,” said Tony Carter, general manager at Northwest Honda in Bellingham. “Generally speaking, though, people who want a family sedan want superior gas mileage, plenty of space, a good driving experience, and lots of storage space in the trunk. The 2014 Honda Accord easily fits the bill for all of those things.”

The 2014 Honda Accord comes standard with more technology than you will find in any other family vehicle. Features like LaneWatch and the back-up camera will have you feeling like you paid much more than you really did. It has a very refined, smooth drive that, again, will make you feel like you are driving a much more expensive luxury car. And in that way, it’s a very “un-family” car.

Stop by Northwest Honda, Sims Honda, or Apple Valley Honda to find out why the 2014 Honda Accord is one of the best family vehicles available!

 

Honda’s Mini Sports Car to Make Big Impact

It has been a while since Honda unveiled a mini sports car like the S660 concept revealed in Japan.

According to this article, “The S660 will be one of the six minicars Honda plans to introduce by 2015 to challenge Toyota Motor Corp. subsidiary Daihatsu Motor Co. and Suzuki Motor Corp., the leaders in a category that accounts for about 40 percent of new-car sales in Japan. Minicar sales are projected to rise this year in Japan even as total industry demand shrinks after the end of government incentives, according to researcher IHS Automotive.”

The low cost of these mini sportscars is what attracts most people, especially hobbyists.

What do you think? Would you buy one of these mini sportscars?

Ladies, Would A Car Like This Help or Hurt?

We see lots of crazy car gadgets and designs, but this one from the Daily Life Hacks Facebook Page, certainly got our attention. While we don’t know what kind of car it is, the sparkly blow dryer (and microphone?!) seems to suggest some kind of feminine compact vehicle.

The dash is filled with an array of makeup (eye shadows, powders, foundations, sticks, and brushes), as well as a surprisingly thorough set of brushes, which may be hard to grab and use whilst driving.

Obviously this is a terrible idea and, hopefully, one that everyone realizes as such. Having gotten stuck behind a woman on I-405 who was “just” trying to apply her mascara, this little set up is actually pretty terrifying. If I hadn’t seen her putting her makeup on, I would’ve thought she was drunk or having a seizure because of the way she was speeding up and slowing down.

What do you think? Does this Daily Hack have any redeeming quality?

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.

Green Car Journal Names Honda’s ECO Asist as Top 10 Green Technology

Honda’s “Ecological Drive Assist System,” ECO Assist for short, was named to Green Car Journal’s  list of top 10 green technology’s of 2013.

According to this article, “Honda said its ECO Assist technology can help drivers develop driving habits that enhance fuel efficiency by observing the speedometer background’s response to driving practices. Fuel-saving behaviors like smooth acceleration and braking make the meter glow green. Less fuel-efficient driving habits will cause the meter glow blue-green, while aggressive starts and stops that consume extra fuel cause the meter to glow blue.”

Honda hopes that using the ECO Assist technology will help drivers develop more fuel efficient driving habits over the long term.

“Honda is really thinking ahead with the ECO Assist technology,” said John Clough, sales manager at Northwest Honda dealership in Bellingham. “Not only does the vehicle itself have technology that reduces emissions and use less fuel, but it’s also helping people become more fuel efficient in the way they drive. It’s really revolutionary.”

Honda is hoping the visual nature of the technology will be easy to use and really make a difference.

“Honda developed the driver guidance and driver feedback functions of ECO Assist to help drivers improve their fuel economy, and in turn, to also benefit our environment,” said Art St. Cyr, vice president of product planning and logistics at American Honda. “The visual nature of the technology is intended to help drivers improve their efficient driving skills by making it a more fun and rewarding experience.”

Honda is honored to be given this award by the Green Car Journal for its ground breaking technology.

“Honda’s ECO Assist system was selected as a Green Car Technology Award finalist for its innate ability to help drivers enhance their fuel efficiency,” said Ron Cogan, editor and publisher of the Green Car Journal and www.CarsOfChange.com. “In an era of increased demands on environmental performance from consumers and government alike, we wanted to highlight the innovative technologies like ECO Assist that make their incredible achievements possible.”

Honda’s ECO Assist technology is available on the 2013 Honda Civic, 2013 Honda CR-V, and the 2013 Honda Accord.

For your opportunity to check out Honda’s innovative ECO Assist technology or any other of Honda’s amazing technology, stop by Northwest Honda, Sims Honda or Apple Valley Honda today.

 

 

Self-Driving Cars Overcome Dangers of Technology

Much has been written about the self-driving cars that have recently been made legal in the state of California and, unbeknownst to me, have logged more than 250,000 driving miles…without a single incident.

 

That’s right; a perfect record.

 

I have thought a lot about the self-driving car and while I was wary at first, I was convinced of their inherent good and benefit to society when someone pointed out how they can give independence to people with disabilities and the elderly.

 

This article points out how the self-driving car can save those of us who willingly disable ourselves while we drive…with technology. We all know we do it: text, talk on the phone, check our emails on our phone, etc. If it’s not you, then it’s someone in a car around you, which could easily make you a statistic.

 

There are many states that have outlawed texting and talking on the phone while driving, but imagine being able to tell your self-driving car to drive you home while you typed away at all those emails you didn’t get sent while in the office? Or telling your car to take you home after you’ve had one too many drinks? Self-driving cars are convenient and life-saving.

 

This paragraph from the article sums up the issue nicely:

 

“Pioneers in the field estimate that driverless cars could save a substantial number of lives each year. These cars are immune to distractions caused by talking on cell phones, texting and checking emails, eating and drinking, grooming and shaving, reading and writing, watching TV or a video, adjusting the radio or CD player, checking the navigation system, watching the scenery, putting on make-up, fighting with passengers and disciplining children. They are also not impaired by alcohol, drugs, sleep deprivation and anger. They can react instantaneously and accurately. They always maintain the lane, use turn signals and never tailgate. They always respect red lights or stop signs. They keep detailed logs. They always remind you way before the time for refueling and maintenance service.”

 

What do you think? Are these arguments enough for you to jump behind the wheel of a self-driving car? What would it take to get you there?

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