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Check out Airport Marina Honda’s latest Honda Service Specials!

Its summer and the season of road trips and adventures. So now is the time to get your Honda in tip top shape. Whether you need and oil change, tune-up, or tire check, the Service Center at Airport Marina Honda is standing by!

Posted by amhAdmin on Jul 12 2012 in Vehicle Maintenance

Airport Marina Honda’s Latest Service Specials!

Check out Airport Marina Honda’s latest service specials, going on now through June 30, 2012!

Posted by amhAdmin on May 21 2012 in Vehicle Maintenance

Find Car Repair in LA!!

If you are ready to get your vehicle in the shop and back on the streets of L.A….

then fill out our Online Service Appointment form today!

Airport Marina Honda offers a full service center and parts department to serve the residents of the greater Los Angeles area with professional and affordable auto repair, maintenance, as well as Honda Parts!  Sometimes even a Honda needs to go to the service center. At Airport Marina Honda, we are your    # 1 source for Honda transmission service, repairs, oil changes, and other Honda Service needs! Our certified professionals know Honda vehicles inside and out. We are fast and convenient with excellent customer service and the experience to match! Our Honda service department is able to keep your newer or older Honda in peak operating performance for years to come.

 

Posted by amhAdmin on Mar 7 2012 in Vehicle Maintenance

Get Parts and Service Specials Emailed to You!

Sign up for our Email Service and Parts specials!

Do you like to have parts and service special promotions emailed directly to you? You just need visit our Email information page and fill out the form so we can get these money saving notices and coupons to you!

When it comes to simple things like maintenance of your car in a tight economic environment, it may be tempting to ignore the problems you’re starting to experience in your car. The fact is, failing to address the problems in your automobile early on can result in a lot more problems. If  it is time for an oil change, or you feel your vehicle may need maintenance, then call Airport Marina Honda at 1-888-813-4495! We will get your car in the shop, and back on the road!

Posted by amhAdmin on Aug 23 2011 in Vehicle Maintenance

Service and Parts Specials in LA

Check out our LA Service and Parts Specials for the most in Savings!

Are you looking for a great deal on Honda service and parts? At Airport Marina Honda we have a great selection of specials to help you get the best deal around. From Brake Inspection, to Battery Replacement, to Vehicle Maintenance specials, our coupons can be viewed and printed out right from our website!

Regular maintenance is vital to keeping your car out of the shop. If you keep a regular maintenance schedule and checklist you’ll always stay on track and avoid costly repairs. Maintenance intervals are a good way to keep on top of things. The Airport Marina Honda Service department is here to keep your vehicle in the best shape possible. Have questions? Please call us at 1-888-813-4495 and we will be happy to answer any questions or concerns regarding the service of your vehicle.

Posted by amhAdmin on Jun 23 2011 in Vehicle Maintenance

Honda Serivce and Parts Specials in LA

Are you looking for Honda Service in the Los Angeles area? Airport Marina Honda offers prompt, courteous services and the superior workmanship that your Honda, vehicle deserves. Whether you are visiting us for routine maintenance or repair, our service professionals are ready to assist you. While you are waiting we offer a comfortable lounge where you can wait for your car, and a courtesy shuttle if you would rather wait at home. And, for the most in savings, check out our great LA Honda Service Specials, which feature coupons that will allow you to get the best deal on your Honda parts and service!

 

Posted by amhAdmin on Apr 2 2011 in AM Honda News, Vehicle Maintenance

Tire Maintenance: A Key to Safe Driving

If you think about it, it only makes sense that keeping your tires well maintained and properly inflated is a key in keeping safe on the road..after all, your tires are your one and only connection to the road. This is one area of your vehicle that should never be compromised. Interestingly enough, many ignore their tires, checking the pressure and tread maybe two or three times per year. Tire maintenance is so easy and quick, though, that it is well worth it to make this a regular task.

First, you will want to read the manual that came with the car and locate the tire section. In there, you will see various tidbits of information regarding how much air should be in the tires, when to refill, air pressure, load rating, etc. These are all very important to ensure your tires won’t fail due to preventable issues. Checking your tire pressure is very easy, and yet only about 15% of drivers actually check their tire’s pressure every month. Also, don’t forget to check your spare tire either, because that very well can be on your car if you have a flat tire at some point. Having your dealership perform regular rotations will ensure that equal wear is given to each tire, which will make them last longer as a group. Tires should be rotated about every 5,000 miles, or twice a year.

Posted by amhAdmin on Mar 7 2011 in Driving Tips, Vehicle Maintenance

Time to Get your Car Serviced? Here is What to Expect

These days most vehicle owners know how important it is to have their car regularly maintained by their dealership’s service facility. But many may not know exactly what needs to be serviced, or what to expect at the service center. Your car’s service manual is the best way to learn how to maintain your car. Car owners need to learn about routine maintenance at certain mileage intervals. These intervals are described in the owner’s manual. Your manual will give time increments, such as how often your oil should be changed. Some vehicles will even have a reminder display indicating that a service, typically an oil change, is required at a certain mileage point. A computer in the car’s engine makes a calculation based on a number of factors that more accurately determine the time at which oil begins to break down.

So what is the best way to schedule your vehicle’s service? Today, many dealership Web sites have an online service appointment form, fill it out and you have scheduled a time to bring your vehicle in. If you need an estimate of the cost ahead of time you can call your dealership, ask for the service department and get quotes. It is great to establish a personal relationship with a service center. When you arrive at the dealership, you may be welcomed by a “greeter.” Often, this person will take the vehicle identification number (VIN) and the vehicle’s mileage and write this on a form that is given to the service advisor.
You will then be given an estimate of the charges involved. If you have any questions about the billing, now would be the time to ask. Overall, having your vehicle service is a simple task, you can schedule with an online form, and usually get your vehicle in and out of the shop quickly, as long as it is routine maintenance. And in the end, it is the best way to protect your investment.

Posted by amhAdmin on Jan 25 2011 in Vehicle Maintenance

Protect Your Investent: Simple Steps to Maintaining Your Vehicle

So you have purchased you dream car, or maybe just a new vehicle that makes life easier. Whether a Honda CR-Z suites your needs, or the impressive Honda Odyssey minivan is what you need to serve your lifetstyle, it only makes sense to protect your investment. It doesn’t matter if you buy new or used, it makes sense to protect that investment from environmental damage and the typical wear and tear that comes with age. You not only have a vehicle that is safe, looks good, and runs well, but you are also maintaining its resale value for down the road. What is the best way to protect your investment? Regular service maintenance, such as oil changes, keeping it clean, inside and out, having scratched and dents repaired, and protecting the vehicle from environmental factors as best you can.

The most important step to maintain the value of your car is to get it serviced frequently, and stick to the schedule. Although that includes things such as changing your oil, it also means not forgetting larger items like timing belts or water pumps. And make sure to keep all of your maintenance records; they show potential buyers that the car was cared for, not simply used.

Keeping your vehicle clean is also an important step. Regularly washing your vehicle can keep moisture-trapping dirt deposits off the paint and out of nooks and crannies. It will also make any damage easier to spot — things like door dings and scratches that can develop into rust spots if left untended. In the cabin, using floor mats and seat covers can help, as well as vacuuming the vehicle, and if stains occur, to clean them.

A car is subjected to constant wear and tear, and a scratch or ding is bound to happen. With today’s technology repairing everything from small door dings to larger dents has never been easier. Plenty of companies specialize in paintless dent repair, and it can make a huge difference in how much you can ask for your car when selling it.

The last step is to keep your vehicle protected from the forces of nature. If you do have a garage, make it a point to park your vehicle in it. If a garage is not an option, then a car cover will do a great job of protecting you car. Taking these simple steps will be well worth it in the end, as it only makes sense to protect such a large investment.

Posted by amhAdmin on Dec 17 2010 in Vehicle Maintenance