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In an effort to bring you the most up to date information on all of our models we have compiled a summary of the New Honda Models that we offer. We hope that this information will assist in leading you towards your next new Honda car purchase!

New Honda Civic

The Honda Civic is a line of compact cars developed and manufactured by Honda. In North America, the Civic is the second-longest continuously-running nameplate from a Japanese manufacturer; only the Toyota Corolla, introduced in 1968, has been in production longer. Having gone through several generational changes, the Civic has become larger and more up market, and it currently slots between the Fit and Accord. For 2009, the Civic received a minor face lift, including a slight redesign to the front and rear. The exterior changes include a new honeycomb-designed grill in the front, as well as revised rims, with many more spokes than the original five-spoke rims, and a bar of chrome trim above the license plate area. The design for the area of the grill where the fog lights are placed was also slightly revised to include differing designs for Civic models with fog lights and those without. "As Honda's best-known and best-loved car line, the...Civic Sedan and Coupe continue to set the bar in the compact-car arena. Long considered the standard by which all other compacts are measured, the Civic is able to lure buyers thanks to its unrivaled reliability and repair history and class-leading resale values." says Kelley Blue Book The interior changes included Bluetooth compatibility and an optional leather wrapped steering wheel in the LX model.

New Honda Accord

The Honda Accord has been an excellent choice for most family sedan buyers for more than a generation.  The 2010 Accord does nothing to change that, with a roomy interior, performance that's just a little sporty and always predictable, strong safety scores and reliability that means few expensive surprises. The 2010 Honda Accord may have the best pedigree in the entire automotive world.  It's been one of Car and Driver's 10 Best for 23 straight years.  After its 2008 redesign, it was named Motor Week's Best Family Sedan. It's Consumer Reports' Best Pick of 2009 (and 2008) in the Family Sedan category...the list just doesn't stop. "The benchmark by which other midsize sedans are judged in the 32 years since it debuted in the United States." says Detroit Free Press. Simply put, test drive a new Honda Accord today, you won't be disappointed.

New Honda Ridgeline

The Honda Ridgeline is a good choice for people who need some of the capabilities of a truck, but aren't ready to commit to a big rig. The Ridgeline delivers plenty of truck for most people.  Though it isn't as rugged as some competitors, the Ridgeline offers just enough capability for weekend warriors headed to Home Depot.  Edmunds  says, "While the 2010 Honda Ridgeline might not have the muscle that serious truck buyers demand, its unique combination of a carlike ride and pickup utility makes it all the pickup many buyers will ever need." Ridgeline has a crash test rating of just below 10 and a reliability rating of just below 9 as tested by JD Power and Associates for 2010.

New Honda Element

The Honda Element is a compact crossover SUV based on a modified CR-V platform, manufactured in East Liberty, Ohio and marketed in the United States and Canada since 2003. In 2007, the Honda Element won the's "Dog Car of the Year" award. Honda chose to follow up on that with a concept vehicle unveiled in 2009 New York Auto Show specifically designed for canine transportation. It includes an "pet restraint system", an extendable cargo area load-in ramp, a 12V DC rear ventilation fan, second-row seat covers with a simple beige dog-outline pattern design to match the bed cover fabric, all-season rubber floor mats with a toy bone pattern, and "Dog Friendly" exterior pawprint emblems. A spill-resistant water bowl, also included, can be placed into a nook in the corner of the pet bed. The second row pet restraint system is a small net crate suitable for cats or small dogs, which can be belted into place. It straps directly to the lower portion of the seat and the captive animal cannot see out the windows, unlike the pet "booster seats" sold by pet-supply vendors specifically designed to allow small dogs to see through the windows and sniff the incoming airflow.

New Honda Insight

The Honda Insight is a hybrid electric vehicle manufactured by Honda and the first production vehicle to feature Honda's Integrated Motor Assist system. The first-generation Insight was produced from 1999 to 2006 as a three-door hatchback. Honda introduced the second-generation Insight in its home nation of Japan in February 2009, with releases in other markets expected through 2009. The new Insight went on sale in the U.S. on March 24, 2009.  At $19,800 as a five-door hatchback it is the least expensive hybrid available in the US. The Insight is listed on Honda's UK website with prices starting at £15,490 (otr). Honda's Insight, billed as the cheapest gas-electric hybrid on the market, ranked as the top-selling vehicle in Japan for April 2009, the first time a hybrid has clinched that spot."Given its impressive talents and attractive price, it's hard to fault the 2010 Honda Insight. Until the next Prius arrives, at least, the Insight is the new ruler of the hybrid-hatchback roost." says Edmunds. Honda's hybrid offering is hard to argue with, it is inexpensive, roomy, and very healthy for the environment. Looking for a hybrid? You may have found your option here!

New Honda Fit

The 2010 Honda Fit is a winner is almost every respect. Beloved by the automotive press for its innovative storage options, its extensive list of available features and its zippy ride, the Fit is a good choice for anyone shopping for an affordable small car. The 2009 model was even named one of US News & World Report's Best Cars for the Money in the subcompact class. On 20 August 2007, Honda released official pictures and specifications of the new Fit. The vehicle is wider, longer, and offers a longer wheelbase than its predecessor. Height is unchanged due to mechanical parking in Japan. ULTR magic seats are retained in the second generation, rear headrests were redesigned for better convenience when folding down the seats which now only takes two steps to fold down the whole back row. Growth in dimensions brought more space to the cabin, boot capacity decreased from 21.3[34] to 20.6 cubic feet (0.58 m3). There is also a hidden box under the floor. Although there is no increase in the height of the body, the interior height gained another .3 in, being benefited by the new layout of the platform

New Honda Clarity

The Honda FCX Clarity is a hydrogen fuel cell automobile manufactured by Honda. The design is based on the 2006 Honda FCX Concept. The FCX Clarity demonstrates electric car qualities such as zero emissions while offering 5 minute refueling times and long range in a full function large sedan. It first went on sale as a 2008 model year vehicle. Limited marketing of a fuel cell vehicle based on the concept model began in 19 June 2008 in the United States and it was introduced in Japan in November 2008. The FCX Clarity is available in the U.S. only in the Los Angeles Area, where 16 hydrogen filling stations are available, and as of July 2009, 10 drivers have leased the Clarity for US$600 a month which includes collision coverage, zero-cost maintenance and roadside assistance.

New Honda CRV

The Honda CR-V provides one of the best combinations of safety, utility and affordability in its class. And with more power and a more well-liked exterior for 2010, it gets even better. The CR-V is an award winner. For 2010, it's our Best Compact Crossover for the Money and one of Kelley Blue Book's Best Resale Value winners. In the past, it received Motor Week's "Driver's Choice" for Best Small Utility and IntelliChoice's "Motorist Choice Award." For 2007, Honda CR-V became one of the ten best selling vehicles of the year, outselling competitors like RAV4, Escape and Tahoe by tens of thousands. It even overtook Ford Explorer, which had held the title for fifteen years (1991–2006), to be the number-one selling SUV in the US. To meet the high demand, Honda shifted some Civic production from East Liberty, Ohio to Alliston Plant #2, Ontario (where some Pilot, Ridgeline, and Odyssey production was located until production was consolidated at Honda's Lincoln, Alabama facility) to free up space for additional CR-V production.

New Honda Odyssey

The Odyssey delivers one of the best combinations of performance, quality and interior versatility in its class. It also comes with an extensive list of standard convenience and safety features. "Honda's Odyssey chugs into model year 2010 still ranked as the top minivan, a position built on a reputation for its quality and family friendliness," says the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. But, practicality isn't the only reason to buy the Odyssey -- most car reviewers agree that it is one of the best-driving minivans on the market. "When it comes to hauling people and stuff, the minivan was a better alternative twenty years ago, it was a better alternative to all of those big, ungainly SUVs people insisted on driving, and it's still a better alternative today. Among those minivans, the Honda Odyssey remains king." says Automobile Magazine. If you are looking for a minivan in today's day and age, Honda has definitely produced a winner with this one.

New Honda Pilot

The Honda Pilot is a mid-size crossover SUV, and Honda's second SUV fully built and designed by Honda. The Pilot was released in the summer of 2002 for the 2003 model year to replace the body-on-frame Passport. The Honda Pilot is built in Lincoln, Alabama and was built in Alliston, Ontario, Canada up until April 2007. The Pilot is now built exclusively at the Lincoln, Alabama plant. The Pilot shares underpinnings and the powertrain with the Acura MDX, which has a lineage that can be traced to the Honda Odyssey minivan. The Pilot’s unibody construction and independent suspension is designed to provide handling similar to that of car, however it is also fortified with integrated perimeter frame rails, which helps it withstand light off-road use. While slotting above the Honda CR-V, it was Honda's largest SUV until the 2010 model year, when the five-seater Honda Accord Crosstour surpassed the Pilot in size. All-in, quibbles and nits pale to near-insignificance, and the Honda asserts itself as comfortable, roomy inside but trim outside and quite maneuverable. It delivers sensible, but not boring, driving, riding, storing, toting. Pilot comes across as pretty close to wonderful." says USA Today.

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