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South Florida Honda Increase

Honda Accord and Civic has been a main provider to Honda Motors sales growth of 6 percent in the past month. This is an amazing turnaround for Honda in their first half, especially with the struggle many automakers have been facing in the past year. In the first half of the year, Honda U.S. sales grew 12% to 593,909 vehicles up from 530,778 a year ago.

What makes Honda the best pick for many Miami South car owners is the new car and certified reliability that other automakers are not able to provide in today’s market. Many dealerships around the United States, including Miami dealerships, have seen great sales gains when it comes to the Honda Civic and Honda Accord; so much as double-digit sales gain.  With great Miami lease deals, service specials, and new innovative styles no wonder Honda has been a frontrunner in auto sales growth.

South Miami Green Goal

Honda has made a name for itself on providing Honda South Florida enthusiasts with the most reliable fuel-efficient vehicles on the market. However, with rival automakers trailing behind and pushing MPG as a priority, Honda is focusing all its efforts on fuel efficiency for the next generation new cars to arrive at a Miami Honda dealer near you.

EPA rates have shown that Honda as one of the nations automakers that provide fuel efficient vehicles that average 23.6 mpg however, Hyundai has bumped up to Honda at 23.9 mpg. With this competitive following Honda has increased the number of Hybrids for Miami Honda lovers to include the new 2010 Honda CR-Z and the Honda Fit Hybrid. There has been so a lot of emphasis  on the fuel efficiency initiative that Honda was said to push their next generation HondaCivic back in order to update the design to be more affordable and eco friendly.

The initiatives that Honda is looking to achieve only make the Honda brand stronger. Honda is looking to strengthen their customer base in order to make Miami South Florida drivers happy and content with their new vehicles.

CR-Z New Car Price

The Honda CR-Z will reach South Miami Honda dealerships August 24, 2010.   Miami Honda dealers and the American Honda Motor Co. announced that the CR-Z will start out with a suggested low retail price (MSRP) of $19,200, plus a destination and handling charge of $750.  Many Miami South dealerships are excited about the new CR-Z, not just for its look but also for its great price.  The driver-focused vehicle will allow consumers to help the environment without breaking their bank account.

Brickell Motors: Miami Honda Convenience is Key

Brickell Motors, Miami Honda dealership, has a priority in making happy customers while making their lives a little bit easier. They also know that convenience is something every customer is looking for when purchasing a car from any dealership. That is why Brickell Motors has extended their service hours, to accommodate the needs of their clients. Brickell knows that people’s days are getting longer and sometimes it is impossible to make it to the dealership Service Department before five to service their Honda Civic or Accord. Brickell is looking to satisfy the needs of their consumers and that is why from Tuesday to Thursday you can expect to find Brickell Motors Service Department open until 8pm, which not many Miami car dealers can say they do. Brickell is making the extra effort to make their Miami South clients lives a little bit easier during these long South Florida summers.

South Florida Re-Lives the “Impossible Dream”

Honda re releases 2005 commercial “Impossible Dream”. The commercial takes you through Honda’s past, present , and future vehicles including, the hybrid CRZ and the FCX Clarity which will be carried by Miami dealers very soon.  The commercial also looks at the greener side of things with appearances by the humanoid robot ASIMO and a solar-powered dream home. It is a memorable commercial that will keep viewers hooked.

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A New Design for a New Generation of Mini-Van Owners

When Miami car consumers think of a mini-van the image that comes to mind is the typical “soccer mom” whose turn it is to drive car pool and is transporting six screaming kids to school, in an unattractive vehicle. Honda saw that this image was hurting their sales so they made sure that the new look of 2011 Odyssey would be a contradiction to this common image of a mini van.

Honda knew that they needed to redesign the Odyssey.  They wanted to stray away from the traditional square look and the stereotypical image of a “soccer mom” vehicle. These reasons are what, Honda dealerships felt were the cause of consumers hesitating from the mini-car that  eventually went for the sports vehicle.

Honda was aware that in order to redesign the Odyssey they had to bring in consumers to put in their input. With this feedback Honda gave the Odyssey a more contemporary sleeker look. The vehicle will be wider and lower to the ground for a sportier look, and the vehicle will have a six speed automatic transmission. The greatest addition of the Odyssey will be the six-cylinder engine that will be able to shut off three of its engines to conserve gas. This is a great addition to Honda’s parts and accessories repertoire and a benefit for many Miami car owners who are concerned with the environment and gas.

Honda is looking to gain sales, from the “unconvinced” consumers of the mini-van, when the new Odyssey comes to local Miami Honda dealerships in 2011. Miami new car buyers are not looking to buy a vehicle lacking style and one that creates the image of “soccer-mom” they want a stylish vehicle that they can be proud of driving.