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Honda Drivers Remain Loyal

Honda vehicles are designed to simply satisfy customers and give drivers full loyalty over purchased vehicles. As we all know trust in an investment takes time to achieve therefore this reputation has taken Honda many years to build. Recently, Consumer Reports held a survey which stated that Honda is the brand with the highest loyalty at 68 percent passing Toyota and Ford. These 68 percent of people are current owners of Honda vehicles whom are likely to purchase another Honda for their new car.

 The word about new Honda autos being reliable and efficient is spreading to many people. A local miami dealership can give you more information about your car of interest such as the Honda Civic, the new Honda FCX Clarity or the new Crosstour.
These cars are all very fuel efficient and their power and popularity continues to
grow.

 The best prices
on any new Honda or certified pre-owned car can be found at your
florida dealership, where you can inquire more about Honda and their
number one rated loyalty service.

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What does the Honda Crosstour have in common with the 2011 Ford Mustang?

December 1, 2009 Leave a comment

There is no doubt that these two sedans, or shall I say sports cars, are in different playing fields. The new and improved 2011 Ford Mustang is aimed to target fast, young and old drivers alike. The sports car is also geared towards men, not to discriminate against women who enjoy living on the edge as much as their counterpart. The Honda Accord Crosstour on the other hand was designed and targeted towards a much older crowd who enjoys a spacious a comfortable vehicle. After the release of the Crosstour, critics have realized that younger crowds have also become fans of the spacious hatchback.
But what exactly is it that these two vehicles have in common? Can it be their amazing gas mileage? The new 2011 Ford Mustang will reportedly reach 30 mpg on the highway, which is a big improvement from the 2010 model that only gets 20mpg on the highway. The Crosstour, like most Honda’s, was designed particularly for those who are fuel efficient conscious. The EX model of the Crosstour gains 27mpg on the highway, which is pretty good for a 3.5L i-VTEC V6 engine. Although the two vehicles score exceptionally decent on the highway fuel mileage, this isn’t the feature that makes these two vehicles alike. What makes these two vehicles similar is what’s under the hood. The 2011 Ford Mustang comes with a high performance due to its all-powerful 3.7-liter DOHC Ti-VCT V-6 engine that delivers 305 horsepower. Along with its six-speed automatic transmission, the 2011 Ford Mustang is by far one of the fastest vehicles to come into the industry. The Honda Crosstour doesn’t lag to far behind with its 3.5L i-VTEC V6 engine which delivers 271 horsepower. The Crosstours 5-speed automatic transmission along with Honda’s Variable Cylinder Management (VCM) system, allows the engine to run on as few as 3 cylinders to conserve fuel.
There is no doubt these two vehicles are the more powerful and efficient vehicles available (or soon to be available) on the market. Depending on whether you’re a driver that enjoys a sportier vehicle or a driver who looks for comfort and safety in a vehicle, you will know which of the two to choose. Make sure to visit your local Miami Dealership to test drive these powerful vehicles.