Posts Tagged ‘Honda’

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

 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.


Honda Ranked most Comitted to Quality

Honda LogoA recent survey given by, Jeff Bartlett of the Consumer Reports National Research Center ranked Honda number one among seven major auto brands to be the most committed to customers and product quality.  The national survey consisted of 1700 telephone interviews among adults whose household owned at least one car.  Consumers ranked dealerships, including Miami Honda, a 71% for customer commitment and 73% for quality commitment, which beat other rivals such as Ford, Nissan, and Chevrolet.  The key to their success is Hondas reputation for building quality vehicles that have high performing Honda parts and accessories, and are economically friendly. Miami Car dealers that are also pre-owned dealerships take pride in carrying vehicles that consumers can drive off the lot as if they were new, because of the quality commitment that Honda provides and that is seen in surveys such as these.

Entertainment for Your Weekend: Strange/Funny/Offensive? British Honda Commercial

Here is the latest installment of our recurring “entertainment for your weekend” series, since this afternoon is the beginning of the weekend for most people.

As you may already know we have a theory here: international commercials always seem to be either (a) a whole lot cooler or (b) pretty strange when compared to the ones stateside. The last commercial we posted, from Australia, was definitely in the “a” category. This one falls in neither category, but we’re quite sure that it would never make it onto television here in the US. So people of Miami: once again we present the international Honda commercial of the week, this time courtesy of Honda UK.

And in case you were wondering, the vehicle featured in this ad is the diesel-powered FR-V (known popularly as the “Honda Joy Machine”, which is not available in the United States. It could be compared most to a cross between CR-V, Civic, and Odyssey.

If you’re looking to get your hands on the Honda of your choice, then there’s no better place to start than, where you can get a quick quote in 7 minutes or less on the Honda of your choice. Also, while you’re there, be sure to check out the latest specials on the Honda of your choice.

Mother Gives Birth in Honda, then Names Newborn After Car.

March 26, 2010 1 comment
Honda Fit

the Honda Fit, better known internationally as Honda Jazz

It’s not the first time that someone has given birth in a vehicle, and it’s surely not the last, but we doubt we can find another case where a baby has been named for their mobile birthplace.

Sarah O’ Connor, a Briton currently living in Hong Kong, went into labor March 8, and was able to make it all the way to the parking lot of Hong Kong’s Prince of Wales Hospital. When it became clear that she wasn’t going to make it all the way into the hospital, about 15 medical personnel rushed out to help her give birth in the backseat of her Honda Jazz hatchback (In case you are not familiar, the car known as “Fit” here in the United States  is known to the rest of the world as “Jazz”). And that, my friends, is how newborn Liran Jazz O’ Connor got his name.

O Connors’ husband, Paul had this to say: “In their marketing, Honda show how you can get a surf board or a washing machine in the back of a Jazz – but I haven’t seen any adverts saying you can give birth in one too.”

Prince William Hospital

Hong Kong's Prince William Hospital

Although we can’t guarantee that anything as life-changing as a birth will happen in your Honda, we will guarantee that any Honda you buy will be fun, safe, reliable, and functional. To get a start on your car buying experience, visit, which is your connection for information on Honda sales, leasing, repair, and parts. You can even get a customized quote on the Honda of your choice in 7 minutes or less, just go to the “quickquote” page on the website, or visit

Entertainment for Your Weekend: Impressive New Aussie Honda Commercial

2010 Honda Fit

The Object of Our Attention: Honda Fit

We have a theory here: international commercials always are either (a) a whole lot cooler or (b) pretty strange when compared to the ones stateside. So people of Miami: once again we present the international Honda commercial of the week, once again courtesy of Honda of Australia. As with the last one we posted, this commercial for the Fit/Jazz should definitely be filed under the “cool” category.

Even though it may not be here just yet for you,  have a great Weekend!

Since you’re here now why not check out, Miami’s favorite Honda website. There you can research new and used Hondas, view Honda specials on cars, service, parts, and accessories; and even get a customized quickquote on the car of your choice!

Honda unveils 3R-C solo electric concept at the Geneva Motor show


Honda Motor Company keeps impressing the crowd with its latest futuristic vehicle concepts. The CR-Z, which can be found at your local Honda dealership later this year, was one of the first vehicles Honda designed with a futuristic look and feel. Last month, Honda debut its Honda Odyssey concept at the Chicago Auto show. Although the Honda Odyssey Concept will not be sold in the U.S any time soon, it is the groundwork of future Odysseys to come.

The Honda 3R-C is a solo commuting concept that functions as an electrical personal transport vehicle. The three-wheeler has its drive terrain mounted low, giving the vehicle a low center of gravity to improve stability. It has a clear canopy that covers the driver’s seat while it is parked and not in use. When 3R-C vehicle is in motion, the canopy becomes a windshield that provides the driver with some measure of protection. The vehicle, which is said to function as a “zero emission commuting” vehicle, carries its battery electric drive terrain low in the three wheeled chassis. Be sure to catch the vehicle at the Geneva Motor show this week.



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Honda CR-Z Goes on Sale Today in Japan

February 26, 2010 Leave a comment

Today brings the close of several years of waiting and speculation- The sleekly-styled brand-new Honda CR-Z hybrid (pictured below) is going on sale today in Japan. Auto lovers the world over take note of a new car’s initial release in its “home” market, because it usually gives a good indication of the final features, specs, and price when it will be released in other markets.

That being said, the CR-Z will cost 2.268 Million Yen (US $25,300) for the base model, and 2.408 Million Yen (US $27,000) for the high-end version. Honda also says that the CR-Z gets 25 KM/L (58.6 miles/gallon).

This vehicle will go on sale in Europe and the United States by midyear.

2010 Honda CR-Z

2010 Honda CR-Z

A look at the CR-Z's interior

If you would like more information on this or other Honda vehicles, then be sure to check out, which is your connection for information on Honda sales, leasing, repair, and parts. You can even get a customized quote on the Honda of your choice in 7 minutes or less, just go to the “quickquote” page on the website, or visit

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