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Tax Season Brings Auto-Buying Boon?

Happy Tax Day!

Right?

Whether it’s happy or not, it’s here (and almost gone). And, according to this article, people getting tax refunds might be spending them on purchasing cars.

The article stated that the average tax refund is around $2,800…which is a nice down payment on a car considering that most people spending their tax refunds are purchasing “entry-level” vehicle. If you also consider the fact that people getting refunds generally file their taxes sooner, consumers could have hit some really great sales as dealerships cleared out lots of old inventory to make room for the newer models.

If you are getting a tax return, what do you plan on spending it on? A 2013 Honda Accord? If you already got your tax return, what did you spend it on?

Massive Airbag Recall Affects Honda, Toyota, Nissan Vehicles

More than 3.4 million cars are being recalled, including 1.1 Hondas and 1.7 million Toyotas, because airbags on the passenger front airbag needs to be replaced. All of the faulty airbags were manufactured by the same Japanese supplier, Takata Corp.

According to a statement from Honda, “”It is possible that the passenger front airbag inflators in affected vehicles may deploy with too much pressure, which may cause the inflator casing to rupture and could result in injury.”

Honda has reported one occurrence of the malfunction and Toyota has reported five.

The vehicles affected by the recall include 2001-2003 Honda Civics, 2001-2003 Honda CR-Vs, and 2002 Honda Odyssey minivans.

“If anyone is worried about the airbags in their vehicle, please give us a call,” said Tod McLaughlin of Apple Valley Honda dealership in Wenatchee, Wash. “Nothing is more important to us than the safety of our drivers and their passengers, so we want to make sure everything is as it should be.”

If you own a vehicle affected by this recall, please do not hesitate to contact Apple Valley Honda, Northwest Honda, or Sims Honda dealership.

“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!

Get HondaHAIR…for April Fool’s Day

Okay, we might be a couple days late with this one, but it’s just too good to pass up.

About one week after unveiling its vacuum technology in the 2014 Honda Odyssey, Honda announced that it has developed an equally impressive technology: HondaHAIR; a vacuum-like contraption that also cuts hair. And not just human hair, animal hair, as well. Imagine the convenience of cutting hair anytime, anywhere.

Think about it, you arrive at church and realized your kid’s hair is looking really shaggy, so you pull out HondaHAIR and give it a quick trim before services start. Easy peasy.

Except it’s all an April Fool’s Day joke. But check out the minute and half long commercial anyway because it’s pretty convincing…and hilarious.

 

Honda Accord, Civic Most Stolen Cars

The Honda Accord and Honda Civic are the top two most stolen and recovered vehicles in 2012 in the United States, according to a new LoJack Corp. study.

This is the Honda Accord’s third year at the #1 spot. The Honda Civic moved up to the #2 spot and the Toyota Camry fell to #3.

Why are the Honda Accords and Honda Civics the most stolen? It’s not that complicated, according to the writer of this article:

“The reason these cars top the list is an obvious one — these are popular models. But D.J. Thompson, director of law enforcement at LoJack, tells me that these cars aren’t just on the top of the list because there are more of them on the road than most other makes and models.”

Basically, Honda makes awesome cars, so more people buy them, which means more people steal them because there is a bigger market.

“It’s true, the Honda Accord and Honda Civic are some of the most stolen vehicle, but only because it they are two of the best and, therefore, most popular vehicles, on the road,” said Tod McLaughlin, general manager of Apple Valley Honda in Apple Valley. “In a way, it’s rather flattering.”

I guess there is a dark side to being some of the best-selling cars in the market. But should that scare people away? The writer of the article has experience with this exact issue when his own 1997 Honda Civic was stolen and here’s what he said:

“So did I abandon Honda for a less innocuous brand? Nope. They’re reliable, efficient. I’m comfortable with them. But my new car is a Honda Fit. At least that model’s not on LoJack’s top 10 list ­— yet.”

That’s right, Honda’s reliability and efficiency keep this loyal customer coming back even after he’s had a taste of the dark side of popularity.

Honda Odyssey Steals New York Auto Show with New Functional Feature

We read about a lot of really cool gadgets and features automobile manufactures put in their vehicles, so it takes a lot to get us a THIS excited about what Honda put in the new Honda Odyssey. Any guesses? Ok, we’ll tell you because we just can’t keep it to ourselves any longer:

A vacuum!

We know, we know. It sounds rather lame until you pause to think about how wonderful it would really be to have a vacuum right there in your car!

We all know you have arrived at adulthood when you started getting excited about things like new appliances, new socks, and other ‘mundane’ items. Equally so, you know you have arrived at parenthood when you are driving around in a minivan, which by many accounts is not so exciting (unless it’s the Honda Odyssey, which can really move). However, Honda has managed to combine the seemingly not so cool minivan with excitement over seemingly mundane things and made REALLY cool and functional feature.

And it’s not just us parents who are excited about the possibility of not having to haul the vacuum out to the car or stop at a car wash every time a kid steps on a mountain of spilled fish crackers. EVERYONE at the New York International Auto Show was crowded around  to see the vacuum, which, according to this article, stole the show!

The article points out that the Honda Odyssey didn’t change much from the previous version (and why would it? It’s the best-selling and highest quality minivan in the industry), except for the new vacuum that acts like a central vacuum system in many new homes.

“You plug the hose onto the wall and start cleaning. Honda spokesman Chris Martin demonstrated the machine’s speed at picking up Fruit Loops and  fragments of Goldfish crackers. The hose is long enough to reach every corner of the interior and can also be used to clean another car parked nearby.”

What do you think? Is the fact that Honda ingeniously included a vacuum in the Honda Odyssey big news?

 

Gallery: Cars.com Purchased a 2013 Honda Civic

You know you have a winning vehicle when Cars.com makes the plunge and buys one. Well, that’s exactly what Cars.com did with the 2013 Honda Civic.

“The Honda Civic is one of the best-selling cars of the last couple decades and the 2013 Honda Civic certainly does this tradition justice,” said Keith Hofkamp of Sims Honda dealership in Burlington. “The redesigned 2013 Honda Civic is a really great compact car with the incredible gas mileage that people have come to expect from Honda and the Honda Civic.”

Check out the complete gallery of the 2013 Honda Civic that Cars.com purchased.

For the opportunity to see the 2013 Honda Civic in real life, stop by Sims Honda, Northwest Honda, or Apple Valley Honda dealership to take it for a test drive. We’ll let you take all the pictures you want.

Honda is Best Brand According to Kelley Blue Book

A survey by Kelley Blue Book took the results from 12,000 survey takers and determined that Honda Motor Co. has the best brand image of all major automakers.

Additionally, Honda took three of the six categories for non-luxury brands, including: best value, most trust, and best overall brand.

According to this article, “The 2013 Brand Image Awards say Honda was the most trusted brand and considered the best value of all car brands in the survey….Honda’s U.S. sales rose 24% in 2012 and have risen a modest 4.4% in the first two months of the year. Its redesigned Accord sedan is selling well and the company is investing heavily in plants in the U.S. and Mexico to meet anticipated demand.”

Being named Best Brand, especially by Kelley Blue Book, is no small deal.

“The competition is really fierce among major automakers, so to chosen as “Best Brand” is a big deal for Honda as a whole and we should see a positive impact at local dealerships like Apple Valley Honda” said Tod McLaughlin, general manager of Apple Valley Honda dealership in Wenatchee. “It’s really not a big surprise to us because the 2013 Honda Accord and other recent Honda vehicles have been so popular with consumers and for good reason.”

According to this article, “”Honda’s win as best overall brand among non-luxury shoppers hardly comes as a surprise,” said Kelley Blue Book’s report on the results. “We admire the refined and reliable vehicles, but also the manner in which Honda promotes itself. You do too, apparently.”

Stop by Apple Valley Honda, Sims Honda, or Northwest Honda dealership to find out why Honda was chosen as best overall brand!

 

Honda Develops App to Reduce Traffic Congestion

Here’s one of the things we love about Honda: they don’t just manufacture great cars, they try to create a better driving experience.

One of Honda’s latest technological developments to create a better driving experience includes a smartphone app that will alert you if the cars around you (ie in front of you) are starting to slow down so you can possibly change your route. The other major thing it does is let you know if you are driving in a way that could increase congestion, specifically by braking hard and/or too frequently.

It will also help increase your fuel efficiency.

Here’s how the app works according to this article, “The system displays either a green or blue screen, visible at a glance. Green means your driving is aligned with the surrounding vehicles and the chances of congestion are low. If the smartphone app turns blue, that means your driving is likely to create congestion and the app will guide you to realign your driving with the surrounding traffic flow.”

So, whether you are driving down Fairhaven in Bellingham, I-5 in Burlington or through the apple orchards in Wenatchee, this new Honda app can not only help you avoid congestion, but help you notcreatecongestion (although, there’s not a lot you can do about tractors mozying down the road).

But will this technology really make a difference? According to the test Honda has done in Indonesia, it does. “The company said, however, that when its app was tested in Jakarta, Indonesia between September 2012 and February 2013, traffic jams were delayed by an average of three to four minutes and fuel efficiency improved by 20 to 22 percent.”

What do you think? Would you find this app helpful? Would you use it all the time or just in high-traffic times/areas?

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