The Honda Accord was voted the best cars for older drivers by Consumer Reports.
The Honda Accord is among Consumer Reports five best vehicles for older drivers. With great visibility, tremendous fuel economy and comfortable seats, the Accord is a great car for parents and grandparents.
There’s a number of reasons why Consumer Reports loves the Accord, starting with it’s fuel sipping engine. The four-cylinder Honda Accord gets great fuel economy, up to 36 MPG total.
All 2015 Honda models, starting with this all-new 2015 Honda Fit, will now come standard with roadside assistance.
Honda announced recently that 24-hour roadside assistance will now come standard on all 2015 models. Covered under the 3-year, 36,000 mile new vehicle limited warranty, this is just another piece of mind in the already safe and sound lineup.
So What’s Covered?
This comprehensive roadside assistance will provide you a number of services right when you need it. Simply call the number, and Honda Roadside Assistance will answer and dispatch a service vehicle to perform one of these services:
- Car Lock-Out
- Fuel Delivery
- Change a Flat Tire
- Assist with the use of a Tire Repair Kit
- Jump a Battery
- Winch the Vehicle
- Arrange to transport the vehicle to the nearest Honda dealership
In addition, Honda will reimburse drivers up to $300 in expenses incurred during the first three days following a vehicle disablement that occurs more than 100 miles away from the Honda owner’s primary residence. This should help with costs including food, lodging, rental cars or commercial transportation.
Honda Roadside Assistance can also contact your emergency contact if the situation were to become dire.
Think piece of mind when you think Honda, and now with roadside assistance standard on 2015 models, this is just another reason to love the Honda lineup. View our inventory and contact us when you are ready to see the Honda brand for yourself.
Used Honda CR-V and Used Honda Civic models are among the best used cars for first time drivers, according to a Yahoo Autos.
Yahoo Autos and Business Insider looked at the used car market, trying to find vehicles available at or less than $10,000. The publications were also looking for vehicles that are fun to drive, safe, stylish, economical and safe.