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Honda’s “Impossible Made Possible” commercial is making people think “How did they do that?” and is a big hit online.
But how did they do it?
Check out this link to see see the commercial and then HOW they made such a cool commercial.
We read a lot about about self-driving cars and driverless technology; technology to make parking easier and alert us to pedestrians we may not see. It is impressive and making us increasingly safer.
But it’s totally different to watch this technology at work, especially Honda’s new automatic valet parking system. Read the article and check out the video HERE.
“…Honda’s new system requires input from the parking lot via cameras. Combining information provided by the car’s rearview camera as well as cameras positioned around the parking lot, drivers are able to drop their car off at a central location, and using a touchscreen display, the car can park itself and return when the driver is ready to leave. The benefit of this is that multiple cars can be parked at the same time and no additional sensors (other than a backup camera) are needed for the car…”
We are excited to see this technology widely used, especially for those who can’t seem to park their cars in between to the two white lines in the parking lot or parallel park straight on a busy street.
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?
If you’re into Formula One Racing (or any kind of racing), the sound of an engine might send your heart racing.
That’s what Honda is hoping for with the release of the audio of it’s new formula one V6 engine, set to hit the tracks in 2015.
If this gets your blood pumping a little faster, leave a comment and let us know what you’re most looking forward to!
We love a good food fight, especially one that we don’t have to clean up.
However, Honda is making the point on Twitter that the new Odyssey COULD clean up a food fight with its HondaVac.
Honda tweeted out pictures of the HondaVac cleaning up after popular (and messy) snacks like Oreos, Cheetos, Taco Bell, and more with clever sayings. And food companies didn’t take it lying down. Read the complete article HERE to get a chuckle (or at least a smile).
No doubt there aren’t many foods that HondaVac in the Honda Odyssey can’t take care…and most definitely it will be challenged because we all know kids can make all sorts of messes in the back of vehicles. But we think Honda came out triumphant on Twitters, just like it will over all those crumbs!
Consumer Reports recently got their first drive of the 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid and called it worthy of the ‘Accord’ name. Now that’s saying something.
Here’s what else Consumer Reports had to say: “Overall, marrying its slick hybrid technology to the already capable Accord and at a reasonable price is good news. It would be great if Honda were to use this system for its other so-called hybrid vehicles.”
Consumer Reports was equally impressed by the 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid’s power and gas mileage. Not very often do you find good power and great gas mileage going together. In fact, it gets 196 hp and a combined 47 mpg.
“No matter how you slice it, the Hybrid’s powertrain is slick. The car sets off decisively, gliding on abundant electric-motor torque. Transitions between electric-only and gas-assisted power are barely perceptible. And unlike other hybrids, the brake pedal feels natural and linear despite its regenerative-braking duties. No learning curve needed.”
Stop by Apple Valley Honda, Northwest Honda, or Sims Honda to take the 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid for a spin and see what all the buzz is about!
We love all things creative. Especially Honda commercials.
Especially when they aren’t what you expect and surprise you.
Check out one of Honda’s latest commercials for the CR-V HERE and you’ll understand what we’re talking about.
The US News and World Report website did a thorough study of the best compact SUVs on the market and the 2014 Honda CR-V is definitely at the top of its class.
- #2 in Affordable Compact SUV
- #1 in Affordable Compact SUVs with 2nd row
- #2 in Affordable Crossover SUV
“The 2014 truly is one of the compact SUVs money can buy,” said Keith Hofkamp, general manager at Sims Honda dealership in Burlington. “It’s roomy, versatile, and gets good gas mileage. It’s also one of the, if not the, safest compact SUVs on the market.”
That’s what we’re saying, but here’s what everyone else is saying:
- Roomy, fuel-efficient and loaded with family-friendly features, the 2014 Honda CR-V is our top choice among compact crossover SUVs.” –Edmunds
- “The 2014 Honda CR-V sails into the new year with little changed, not that one of the best-selling compact SUVs on the market needed changing.” – Kelley Blue Book
- “CR-V continues to excel for its “just-right” blend of comfort, refinement, passenger room, and cargo versatility. It’s competitively priced, too.” — Consumer Guide (2013)
- “Some of its competitors lean on styling and upmarket features to appeal to customers, but Honda is relying on the core strengths of its product. As a package, the CR-V remains pretty unbeatable. That certainly won’t come as a surprise to existing CR-V owners.” – Automobile Magazine (2012)
If you think that sounds pretty good (let’s be honest, that sounds really good), stop by Sims Honda, Northwest Honda, or Apple Valley Honda dealership today!
Have you ever wanted to take a tour of the Honda Museum in Japan but can’t afford the plane ticket?
Well, now you can. A virtual tour, anyway.
According to this article on Motortrend.com, “In addition to a modest gift shop, café, and archive room, the first floor also features a special section dedicated to Asimo. Here, Honda shows no fewer than 12 evolutionary steps it took to produce the ultimate live-in assistant. Alongside Asimo is a display dedicated to the Honda FCX Clarity fuel cell vehicle. There’s plenty to see on the second floor, whether you’re a fan of Honda’s two or four-wheeled vehicles. Included among the collection of cars are the NSX, an Accord station wagon, a first-generation Honda Prelude, and the Civic. One wall is even dominated by Honda’s collection of lawn mowers. Finally, the third floor is dedicated to the automaker’s motorsports heritage. There, you’ll find a 1990 McLaren Honda MP4/5B, which Ayrton Senna raced (and won) in a number of GPs.”
So if you’ve ever wanted to see all that the Honda museum has to offer but don’t have the vacation time, check out the virtual tour!
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