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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 Accord Beats Out Toyota Camry In Pretty Much Every Category in 2013

Not only has the Honda Accord bested the Toyota Camry is sales for the 12th year in a row, it has done it by focusing on retail sales and not fleet sales. Ninety-eight percent of the Toyota Camry’s volume came from sales to individuals; 84 percent of sales of the Toyota Camry was made to individuals, which relies heavily on fleet sales.

And according to this article, the Honda Accord beats out the Toyota Camry in some key areas…in fact, the Toyota Camry isn’t even in the top three.

“The Accord had the highest residual value among mid-size cars in 2013, according to ALG, the Santa Barbara, California-based company that calculates such figures. The Honda model also led Kelley Blue Book’s resale value awards for mid-size cars. Camry isn’t in the top three of either ranking.”

This dedication to individual buyers is paying off big for Honda and for consumers.

“People who come to Sims Honda to check out the 2014 Honda Accord are blown away at what a high-quality vehicle it is,” said Keith Hofkamp, general manager at Sims Honda dealership in Burlington. “They can tell that Honda put the focus on the driver and passengers of the vehicle, not putting something together that would just meet the basic criteria and make some money.”

Stop by Sims Honda, Apple Valley, or Northwest Honda today to find out why the 2014 Honda Accord is better than the Toyota Camry.

Toyota Recalls 1.9 Million Prius Vehicles

Toyota announced a huge recall that affects 1.9 million Toyota Prius hybrid vehicles. Toyota reported there is a software glitch that could cause the cars to stall.

According to this article, “The software could cause transistors to become damaged, causing warnings lights to go off, driving power to be reduced or the car to stop. The recalled vehicles were manufactured between March 2009 and February 2014.”

The vehicles affected by the recall are: 2010-2014 Toyota Prius hybrids, 2012 Toyota RAV4, 2012-2013 Toyota Tacoma, and 2012-2013 Toyota Lexus RX vehicles.

Toyota Recalls 260,000 Vehicles Over Brake Issue

Toyota announced that it is recalling more than 261,000 vehicles with possible problems with the software of the braking system; this could result in a crash.

The recall affects the 2013 Toyota Tacoma, 2012 Toy0ta RAV4, and the 2012 and 2013 Lexus RX 350. According to this article, “According to Toyota, an electrical component within the actuator that adjusts the fluid pressure for each of the brakes of the affected vehicles may experience an increased resistance.

“This would result in the illumination of various warning lights in the dash, including those for the stability and traction control systems as well as the antilock brakes. If this were to occur, Toyota says that the systems could become inoperative, reducing the directional control assistance during braking, and thus increasing the risk of a crash.”

Toyota will notify owners if they are affected.

U.S. Investigates Toyota, No Official Recall

There has been no official recall, but U.S. safety regulators are investigating the Toyota Camry hybrid for issues with the brakes.

According to this article, “The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says it has 59 complaints about intermittent loss of power-brake assist. The agency says the problem happens without warning. It causes increased stopping distances and requires more pedal pressure to stop the car.”

Two crashes but no injuries have been reported.

The investigation cover Toyota Camry Hybrids from the 2007 and 2008 model years.

Honda Civic Sales Leave Toyota Corolla in the Dust

The Honda Civic was by far the best-selling compact vehicle in 2013 leaving all competition, including the second best-selling car, the Toyota Corolla.

The Honda Civic sold 336,180 units. Trailing pretty far behind as second-best is the Toyota Corolla with 302,180.

“People expect a pretty good competition between the Honda Civic and The Toyota Corolla,” said Keith Hofkamp of Sims Honda in Burlington. “But, according to the sales last year, there is NO competition. The Honda Civic is the clear winner with it’s new design and excellent gas mileages; it’s definitely the best compact car available.”

Stop by Sims Honda, Northwest Honda, or Apple Valley Honda to find out why the Honda Civic was the best-selling compact car in 2013!

New Toyota Tacoma Recalled for Engine Flaw

Toyota announced that it is recalling the 2013-2014 Toyota Tacoma for a serious engine problem.

According to this article, “According to a bulletin from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, some of those vehicles may suffer from an engine flaw that could cause the Tacoma to stall in traffic — or worse.”

It’s a small number of vehicles affected by the recall built in couple months, less than 4,000 vehicles, but is a safety concern.

“The problem stems from improperly built valve springs in the Tacoma’s engine. Over time, wear and tear may cause the springs to break, and if that happens while a vehicle is being driven, the engine will stall, increasing the risk of an accident.”

2014 Honda Civic HF Edges Out Toyota Corolla LE Eco

The Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla are big-time sellers in the United States. Buyers go after the Civics and Corollas when they need a compact car with great gas mileage.

With several different models of the Civic and Corolla, this article does a side by side comparison of the 2014 Honda Civic HF and the Toyota Corolla LE Eco because they are the most fuel efficient gasoline engines (best gas mileage excepting the respective hybrid models).

It was an interesting side by side comparison, but here’s the gist: with basically the same gas mileage, horsepower, and size, there were really only two objective and definite differences safety and transmission.

“he Toyota Corolla achieved a Top Safety Pick rating from the IIHS, but the Civic beats it with a Top Safety Pick +. The new “+” rating from the IIHS addresses how a car reacts to a “small overlap” front crash, for example, when an oncoming car veers out of its lane and hits another car head-on, but with only a 25 percent overlap. It’s difficult to manage all that energy with such a small crash area, but the Civic managed a “Good” rating, while the Corolla only achieved a “Marginal” score.”

The 2014 Honda Civic has a standard five-speed transmission versus the Toyota Corolla’s two-speed CVT, “and that would be a deciding factor in choosing between the two.” The two-speed CVT makes the driving “experience even more foreign by maintaining engine speed, giving you the sensation that no matter how aggressively you step on the throttle, the engine isn’t spooling up the way you think it should.”

Stop by Apple Valley Honda, Sims Honda, or Northwest Honda dealership to take the 2014 Honda Civic HF (or any other Civic) out for a test drive!

Toyota’s Creepy Halloween Recall

Toyota announced it is recalling more than 800,000 vehicles because…are you ready for it?…of spiders.

Not it’s not a bad horror movie. It’s the latest recall of the Camry, Camry Hybrid, Avalon, Avalon Hybrid, and Venza from the 2012 and 2013 model years. The recall involves airbags that could deploy unnecessarily.

According to this article, “The actual risk of airbag deployment comes from blockage of the air conditioner condenser drainage tubes. By building webs in those mini-waterspouts, spiders prevent condensation from being channeled away from delicate components. When that water hits delicate electronics like the airbag sensor, it can cause a short, which in turn can trigger the airbag warning light — or cause the driver’s side airbag to deploy.”

There have been three injuries and 35 warning lights have been reported.

Toyota Re-Recalls RAV4 After Bad Fix

This is a scary article about how Toyota is recalling RAV4 SUVs from the 2006-2011 model years…for a problem it thought it had fixed.

The recall effects more than 700,000 vehicles and involves the rear suspension arm.

Three crashes and several injuries have been reported since the initial recall, including a scary incident detailed in the article linked above where the driver lost complete control of the vehicle and crossed over the median and was “lucky to be alive.”

All owners should receive a letter in the mail.

Yikes.

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