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Honda Civic LX Tire Recall

Less than 10,000 2014 Honda Civic LX models are being voluntarily recalled by Honda because of possible tire damage. The recall affects vehicles manufactured Nov. 26, 2013 through Jan. 21, 2014

According to this article in Edmunds.com, “”In the affected vehicles, during mounting of the tires, the tire bead may have gotten pinched between the assembly equipment and the steel wheel rims, resulting in damage to the tire,” said NHTSA in its summary of the problem. “The tire damage could cause the tire to lose air, increasing the risk of a crash.”

No incidents or injuries have been reported.

“All Honda Civic LX owners will be notified directly by Honda,” said Tony Carter, general manager of Northwest Honda in Bellingham. “But if you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.”

 

Travel Route 66 Virtually in the the 2014 Honda Accord

Have you ever wanted to drive along historic Route 66 but just haven’t done it yet?

Well, now you can any time you want. Without taking time off work or away from the family. You can do it in your office or from the comfort of your own home.

Yes, drive Route 66 in a brand new 2014 Honda Accord. Virtually, that is.

Honda created this website that will allow anyone to see the sights of Route 66 as seen from a 2014 Honda Accord. How cool is that?!

According to this article on Edmunds.com, virtual drivers start in Chicago and make their way (at their own pace by scrolling down) the entire 2,451 mile route stopping for as long as they want at each of the sights. “These include motels, shops, soda fountains, gas stations, bridges, museums, statues and even a barber shop, many of which have become well known through the many songs and books that have been written about Route 66. And, of course, there’s no shortage of the “World’s Largest”…whatever, along the way.”

The 2014 Honda Accord would be the perfect vehicle to drive Route 66 in real life with its incredible gas mileage, easy drivability, and spacious interior. Drive it solo or with the family. Either way, you’ll be comfortable.

Stop by Apple Valley Honda, Northwest Honda, or Sims Honda dealership to see why the 2014 Honda Accord is the perfect car for a road trip…down Route 66 or just to the grocery store.

Spring into a Honda Sales Event!

Are you ready for Spring? We are!

Stop by Apple Valley Honda, Sims Honda, or Northwest Honda to take advantage of some of Honda’s sales. How ready for Spring are we? We “ready for action.”

See: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Y86ZB7h3C0

And don’t forget about the award-winning, critic and consumer please 2014 Honda Accord: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BBORCm9n-b0

“People love Spring because it’s all about freshness and newness, what’s new than anew car?” said Keith Hofkamp, general manager at Sims Honda in Burlington. “We’ve got tons of great deals to get people excited about new models and to move old models.”

Stop by Sims Honda, Apple Valley Honda, or Northwest Honda to get your Spring off to fresh start with a new Honda!

Honda Civic Coupe Has Long History, Bright Future

We learned a lot about the history of the Honda Civic Coupe from this article; it was fun to read about its birth in 1972 and evolution into what we know as the Honda Civic Coupe today.

“The Honda Civic Coupe is a fun vehicle, just plain fun,” said Tod McLaughlin of Apple Valley Honda. “If you are looking for an affordable, sporty vehicle, be sure to stop by and check out the Honda Civic Coupe.”

According to the article, “While the first generation only lasted until 1979, offering basic features with optional air conditioning and AM/FM radio, the current ninth-generation Civic Coupe offers a significantly larger amount of standard features across four different trim levels—LX, EX, EX-L, and EX-L Navi. With a variety of powertrains offered, the coupe is the first Honda car to offer Eco Assist technology in North America, setting a standard for future Hondas.”

With it’s sleek, seamless styling and borderline luxurious interior, the 2014 Honda Civic Coupe is one of the best, most affordable two door cars on the road because of it’s rich history. Stop by Apple Valley Honda, Northwest Honda, or Sims Honda dealership to take one for a test drive!

Honda Will Replace Engine in 2006-2009 Civics with Coolant Leak

If you own a 2006-2009 with a coolant leak, Honda could replace your entire block (engine) for free, according to this article from Consumer Reports. “The free service applies to all Civics except the Hybrid and the Civic Si, and it effectively extends the original warranty to eight years, regardless of mileage.”

Leaking coolant can cause the engine to overheat and/or crack, so Honda has decided that vehicles with this issues should just get an entirely new engine.

“Honda wants to do right by the consumers who bought the Honda Civic because of its reputation for dependability and reliability,” said Keith Hofkamp, general manager of Sims Honda in Burlington. “Certainly normal engines shouldn’t be leaking coolant if they are less than 8 years old, so there’s an issue here that Honda wants to comprehensively take care of. Replacing the entire engine is no band aid fix, that’s for sure.”

If you have a 2006 to early 2009 Honda Civic, please contact Sims Honda, Northwest Honda, or Apple Valley Honda to talk to someone about getting your vehicle’s engine replaced.

Honda Ridgeline is Easy Car to Buy, Own

There are lots of good reasons to buy the Honda Ridgeline, but we hadn’t heard this one before: it’s easy to buy.

Yes, according to this article, “The Ridgeline is also one of the easiest pickups to buy. It only comes in one style — a four-door with a five-foot bed, a 3.5-liter V6, a five-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel-drive with a locking center differential. It’s a good, practical package that meets most needs, even if some other pickups can be configured for more power, better mileage, or wilderness trips.”

And you know, that’s a very legitimate reason. How many of us start sweating or getting anxious when we start thinking about buying a new vehicle because there are just so many darn options? You do some research, talk to your friends, do more research, narrow it down to a couple, intensely research those, but then you start thinking about all the different trim levels and options with each of those and it’s easy to see why many people simply flip a coin as to which car to buy towards the end (kidding).

The options that come with the basic Honda Ridgeline are the options that satisfy most people’s wants and needs for a truck. It’s the perfect urban hauler with enough room in the bed to move stuff around, but also enough room inside to keep passengers and the driver comfortable.

It also doesn’t feel like a gas-guzzling tank rumbling down the road while you’re driving it.

“The Honda Ridgeline is a great truck for most people,” said Tod McLaughlin, general manager at Apple Valley Honda in Wenatchee. “It can move, haul, and tow most stuff that people want to and it’s very driveable. People love driving the Honda Ridgeline because it feels like a car. It’s just more comfortable for most people.”

Stop by Apple Valley Honda, Northwest Honda in Bellingham, or Sims Honda in Burlington to take the Honda Ridgeline for a test drive today!

Honda Insight is Great Alternative to Toyota Prius C

In this very thorough (and long) article, the author does a very honest comparison of the Honda Insight Hybrid and Toyota Prius C hybrid. We’ll skip to the end for you: “If you’re looking for a new hybrid that’ll save you money as well as gas, the Insight’s definitely worth checking out.”

The Honda Insight is definitely one of the more affordable hybrid vehicles on the market and, depending on what you’re looking for in a hybrid, could be the best fit for you. For example, one of the features that sets the Honda Insight apart from other hybrids is that it actually gets better gas mileage with highway driving than city driving, which is opposite of most hybrids.

“For someone who does a lot of freeway driving, that’s a pretty important difference between the Honda Insight and other hybrid vehicles,” said Tony Cary, general manager at Northwest Honda in Bellingham. “If you’re a freeway commuter and you want the best gas mileage with the least environmental impact, the Honda Insight might be the better hybrid for you.”

Another difference between the Insight and Prius (and, as the author points out, all Hondas versus Toyotas), is the superior handling and drivability. “Handling – especially cornering – is pretty good, though. As hybrids go, anyhow.This is probably because the Insight is aHonda – and Hondas (all of them) have more athletic responses than Toyotas. The steering feels quicker and less vague and the suspension’s calibrations are firmer, which ties the car down better when you dive into a curve at a speed above the typically dumbed-down speed limit. There’s less heaving (that sensation of weight hurling itself toward the outside of the curve) and also less early-onset tire squeal (a Prius characteristic).”

And there’s no need to sacrifice good looks for the sake of efficiency with the Honda Insight. If you want to help save the environment while saving yourself some money on gas without screaming it at everyone you drive past, then the Honda Insight is a great option.

Stop by Northwest Honda, Sims Honda in Burlington, or Apple Valley Honda in Wenatchee to find out why the Honda Insight might just be the best hybrid for you!

Honda Civic is Top Choice for Californians in 2013

More individual Californians purchased a Honda Civic than any other vehicle in 2013, according to new-vehicle registration data now available from Polk, which was recently acquired by IHS. Individual California car buyers purchased 65,910 Civics in 2013, more than any other vehicle in the state when subtracting sales to government and corporate fleet buyers. California is the largest vehicle market in the United States.

“Retail sales leadership is the ultimate seal of approval, and Californians have made Civic the clear winner,” said John Mendel, executive vice president of automobile sales for American Honda Motor Co., Inc. “Our focus on individual buyers is unmatched in the industry, and reflects our commitment to Honda customers and the investment they make in our products.”

Nationally, the Honda Civic ranked as the top-selling compact car in America with total sales of 336,180 units – and was one of three Honda models in the U.S. with sales of more than 300,000 units in 2013, with the Accord, Civic and CR-V combining to sell more than one million units.

Honda has further improved the Civic for the 2014 model year with more performance, increased fuel economy, and additional new features including LaneWatch™ blind spot monitor, Smart Entry with Push Button Start, and Display Audio with 7-inch capacitive touchscreen. The 2014 Civic also marks the introduction of the HondaLink™ Next Generation connected-car technology.

“The value proposition of Civic just keeps getting better,” added Mendel.

Based on IHS Automotive, Polk U.S. new retail vehicle registration data for 2013 in the Honda small car segment.

The 2014 Civic is available as a 4-door sedan and 2-door coupe, and with gasoline, gas-electric hybrid and compressed natural gas powertrains. For customers interested in the ultimate performance Civic, there is the Civic Si Sedan and Si Coupe, both offering added performance, features and refinement for 2014.

Honda has been named the Most Trusted Brand by Kelley Blue Book for two consecutive years (2012 and 2013) and the Best Value Brand by Automotive Lease Guide for six years in a row (2008 through 2013), in part due to the consistently high resale value of its products.

Ohio Plant Rolls Out 10 Millionth Honda Accord

Generally speaking, Honda sells vehicles where it makes them. Which means many of the Honda vehicles sold in the U.S. are made right here in the U.S.

A big part of that “made-in-America” effort is Honda’s manufacturing plant in Marysville, Ohio, which recently completed its 10 millionth Honda Accord. That same vehicle was also the 20 millionth vehicle overall that Honda has made in the U.S.

According to this article, “The Marysville facility alone employs about 1,500 in Clark and Champaign counties and about 1,200 across the rest of the Miami Valley. The plant can produce as many as 1,800 vehicles a day, and as many as 440,000 a year.”

While the productivity of this U.S. plant is impressive and its impact to Honda is clear, what is more important than that is the number of Americans it affects. With hundreds of suppliers feeding into this assembly plant, the economic impact of the plant is incredible.

Honda is dedicated to building vehicles for Americans on U.S. soil and providing high-quality jobs. What more can you ask for from a global company like Honda?

Not a whole lot.

Honda Fit is an Award-Winning Vehicle

In our previous post we mentioned how the Honda Fit is an integral part of the Honda plan to sell 6 million units in just a few years. In essence, the Honda Fit may take over the world with it’s new options (ie the Fit EV)…or at least the Honda Civic (globally; jury is still out on if that would happen in the U.S.).

So here is a great, short article with a brief history of the Honda Fit, including some of the awards it’s won:

  • Japan Car of the Year, 2001-2002 and 2007-2008
  • RJC Car of the Year Award 2002
  • Car and Driver’s Best small Car from 2007-2013
  • Top Gear Survey 2006, Best Small Car
  • Top Gear Survey 2005, Second Best out of All Cars in Survey
  • MotorWeek Drivers’ Choice Awards 2007, Best Small Car
  • MotorWeek Drivers’ Choice Awards 2007, Best of the Year
  • U.S. News & World Report, Best Economy Car for 2008
  • Cars.com, Top 10 Urban Vehicles for 2008
  • Consumer Reports, 2010- 2012 Best Overall Value

Stop by Apple Valley Honda, Northwest Honda, or Sims Honda to check out the award-winning Honda Fit!

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