The 2015 Honda Accord returns to our Massillon showroom with some great new technology updates at a low price. With its reputation for performance, reliability and fuel economy, the Accord is still a great choice for anyone.
And did you know that for more than 30 years the Honda Accord has been built right here in the Buckeye State?
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:
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.
Cars.com calls the Pilot is “car seat all-star,” with a perfect 10 out of 10 score. They described the Pilot “cavernous interior,” and say the Pilot will make parents with small children very happy. It gets high marks for easy Latch access and extra Latch and tether anchors.
Thanks to innovative features like their rearview camera, the Honda lineup has been recognized by the NHTSA for advanced safety.
The rearview cameras standard on many Honda models have been recognized for safety technology from the National Traffic Highway Safety Administration. The manufacturer was the first to be recognized by the U.S. Department of Transportation for having met its Advanced Technology Feature performance criteria.
Nearly all Honda models come standard with the rearview camera. They include:
The 2014 Honda Odyssey is the first minivan to earn a 5-star crash rating from NHTSA and an IIHS Top Safety Pick Plus.
The 2014 Honda Odyssey continues its reputation for safety today, earning a 5-Star Overall Vehicle Score from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the top score a vehicle can earn in this test.
Following this score, the Honda Odyssey is the only minivan to earn the top 5-star crash test score and Top Safety Pick Plus score from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
“With a 14-year history of top ratings in NHTSA’s New Car Assessment Program, even as those top ratings have become harder to achieve, family car buyers have learned that the Odyssey is designed to help take care of their precious cargo,” said Art St. Cyr, vice president of product planning and logistics at American Honda. “For customers looking to buy a minivan that achieves the highest-available safety ratings from the NHTSA and the IIHS, the Odyssey is the one and only choice.”
The Honda Civic Sedan and Honda Civic Coupe are IIHS Top Safety Pick Plus.
The new Honda Civic in both coupe and sedan models have earned Top Safety Pick Plus Ratings, making them the best of the best in their class for car safety.
In test results announced Thursday, both Honda body styles were the only small cars to earn the top rating of good in IIHS’ new small overlap front crash test. Many vehicles are having problems with this designation, but not the Civic Coupe and Civic Sedan. Small Overlap Front test replicates what happens when the front corner of a vehicle strikes another vehicle or object like a tree or a utility pole.
“If you want a compact car with a TOP SAFETY PICK+ rating, the 2013 Honda Civic is the only choice,” said Art St. Cyr, vice president of product planning and logistics at American Honda. “We believe this is a distinct competitive advantage, especially as more and more consumers place a premium on crash rating performance.”
Top Safety Pick Plus is the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s newest top ranking, which separates out the best of best for safety. IIHS scores the 2013 Honda Civic Good in the moderate overlap front test results, Good for the small overlap front test, good for side impact test results, and good for roof strength test. To achieve Top Safety Pick Plus status, a vehicle must receive a score of good in at lease 4 of 5 tests and no less than acceptable in the fifth test. Less than 20 vehicles across the United State have been designated as a Top Safety Pick Plus.
The 2013 Honda Ridgeline is a safe and sportier midsized pickup, so if you are looking to an alternative from the Dodge Ram or Chevy Silverado, the Ridgeline is a great truck to consider.
Not all truck drivers are looking to haul cattle, spaceships, or a barn full of wood, and that’s where we think the Honda Ridgeline fits in. As someone who has always driven a Honda Civic or a Honda Accord, a truck can be a difficult choice, especially for urban settings with require a truck. The Ridgeline though is modeled as the sporty truck, especially the Ridgeline’s Sport model, with features 18-inch alloy wheels, sporty styled headlights, privacy glass and a leather steering wheel.
The 2013 Honda Pilot adds a backup camera standard on all models, along with room for 8.
The 2013 Honda Pilot is one of the best choices for a larger families. It’s one of the few vehicles that offers comfortable seating for up to 8 people, and with a backup camera now standard across the lineup, the Pilot is one of the most practical choices for those seeking a large SUV.
We’ve always found the Pilot to be one of the most underrated vehicles in Honda’s lineup. There isn’t a wasted millimeter of space in the Pilot. There’s room for 8 people to sit inside, and even taller passengers will fit comfortably in the back of a Pilot. Sometimes we look at 3-row models and think “who would fit in that third row,” but we don’t think that’s the case in the 2013 Honda Pilot.
While the Pilot is relatively the same as previous models, a backup camera is now standard on all 2013 Honda Pilot models. This is a big step forward, because we know it can be hard to fit a larger SUV into a tight space. Those problems are now a thing of the past.