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Take a Peek at the Newly Redesigned Honda CR-V

Redesigned Honda CR-V | Avery Green Honda | Vallejo, CA

Redesigned Honda CR-V

Arriving at Avery Green Honda later this month is the all-new 2017 Honda CR-V. This redesigned Honda CR-V ushers in the fifth generation of the model, which made its debut in 1995. Some of the updates on the new CR-V include new styling, more technology, and new engines.

Take a Look Inside

Inside, buyers will find premium materials throughout the cabin, especially on the higher trim levels. Features like stitched seats, soft-touch panels, leather upholstery, and a driver’s memory seat will make the cabin feel like an oasis.

Redesigned Honda CR-V | Avery Green Honda | Vallejo, CA

Ease of Convenience

There are also several convenience features that will make the CR-V even more enjoyable. These include a physical volume knob for the audio system, a hands-free tailgate, remote engine start, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

An Outside look

With crisp lines along the front end and muscular fenders, the new CR-V has a solid look. In the back, there is a new, distinctive LED taillight pattern.

A Look Under the Hood

Under the hood, the CR-V comes equipped with either a 2.4-liter four-cylinder on the base trim or a turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder on all other trims. Both engines are paired with a CVT.

If you want to test drive the all-new CR-V, give us a call today and we’ll let you know as soon as they arrive.

Honda Stays On As Official Vehicle of the NHL In 2017

Honda The Official Vehicle Of The NHL |Avery Greene Honda | Vallejo, CA

On Sunday, January 29, 2017, Honda will serve as the title sponsor of the 2017 Honda NHL All-Star Game at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. This sponsorship will be part of Honda’s continued role as the Official Vehicle of the NHL.

At the end of the All-Star Game, Honda will award the MVP with an all-new 2017 Honda Ridgeline. In addition, at the game, Honda will display a custom-wrapped Ridgeline with the All-Star Game logo. Honda will also sponsor the 2017 NHL All-Star Skills Competition on January 28th. This event has the best hockey players in the League face off in a series of on-ice skill contests. In the Honda NHL Breakaway Challenge, fans will get to choose the winner.

“The 2017 NHL All-Star Weekend marks Honda’s third straight year as title sponsor and demonstrates their commitment to hockey fans – both in Southern California and across North America,” said Brian Jennings, NHL Executive Vice President, and Chief Branding Officer. “Honda shares our goal to make each All-Star Weekend more entertaining than the last, and are amazing partners in the continued growth and success of the NHL.”

With Honda’s continuing NHL sponsorship, it will be celebrating nearly a decade of support for one of North America’s favorite sports.

Will you be heading to Los Angeles for the NHL All-Star Game next month? Why not stop by Avery Greene Honda on your way and drive away with your dream car in the process!

2017 Honda Civic Hatchback Details Emerge

The 2017 Honda Civic has been the source of enthusiastic praise and admiration with its sporty style and sleek, ergonomic interior. The popular compact car already comes in both sedan and coupe body styles, but there’s something missing. We’ve already seen the European 2017 Honda Civic hatchback at the Paris Auto Show, but now the American version has been caught on film.

The orange markers on the fenders are a dead giveaway that the pictures of the Civic hatchback are indeed of the American model. It will officially join the sedan and coupe Civics that are already on sale later this fall.

The hatchback will offer only one engine choice for the initial launch. A 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder block that produces 174 hp and 162 lb-ft of torque will sit under the hood of the LX, EX, and EX-L. Power peaks in the Sport and Sport Touring trims at 180 hp and 177 lb-ft of torque with a six-speed manual transmission.

Those interested in the upcoming Type-R model can sing praises as the hatchback will serve as the base for the performance-driven model. Expect the Type-R Civic to hit the market in 2017 and bring more than 300 hp to the road.

We at Avery Greene Honda can’t wait for the arrival of the new 2017 Civic hatchback!

Explained: What Torque Means and How it Compares to Horsepower

auto gearWhen you are looking at the specifications of a vehicle, you are bound to see many numbers and figures, some of which you might not understand. One technical detail that tends to confuse tons of drivers is torque.

If a vehicle produces 300 lb-ft of torque, what exactly does that mean? And how is it different than horsepower?

The term torque describes your car’s ability to accelerate, in layman’s terms. If a vehicle has higher torque, it can accelerate quickly. For example, if a car accelerates from zero to 60 mph in four seconds, it has better torque than a vehicle that requires six seconds to perform the same task.

And while torque is related to horsepower, they are not the same thing. In fact, horsepower is determined by combining a vehicle’s torque with its engine abilities. So really, horsepower is just one, simple number that is easier to swallow than the finer details, creating an easy way to communicate how powerful a car is.

If you are still confused or would like to know more about what torque means in detail, feel free to contact us or visit Avery Greene Honda, where we want you to understand exactly how your car works.

Upgrades to the 2017 Honda Accord Announced!

For 40 years, the Honda Accord has not only been an impressive member of the Honda vehicle lineup, but an impressive addition to the automotive world in general. To celebrate the Accord’s success, Honda is making several additions of its own to its signature sedan. By equipping the 2017 Honda Accord with the latest vehicle features and technologies, Honda has assured that the Accord will continue to be the best sedan in the industry.

As far as specific upgrades to the 2017 Honda Accord, the exterior of the signature sedan has been designed to not only match the style of the Honda lineup, but also to look stunning while doing so. However, if you think that the 2017 Honda Accord looks lovely on the outside, wait until you get a peek at what’s inside!

2017 Honda Accord

2017 Honda Accord

10-way adjustable seats featured inside the 2017 Accord guarantee drivers the ultimate level of comfort. Things get even more comfortable with the available leather trim for the Accord.

Finally, the Honda Accord has been outfitted with the latest in vehicle technology, including a Multi-Angle Rearview Camera and the Honda LaneWatch technology.

Celebrate one of the longest-lasting and most reliable vehicles in the automotive world by purchasing a 2017 Honda Accord of your very own, here at Avery Greene Honda!

The Best Honda Models for Graduates Trying to Save Money

graduateWhether you’re a recent graduate of high school looking to save money as you head to campus, or a recent graduate of college looking to save money as you pay back student loans, we know how difficult it can be to afford a vehicle that’s perfect for you.

We recommend getting one of these Honda models for graduates that offer different benefits depending on what type of driver you are.

2016 Honda Fit

This tech-savvy, little car is perfect for young drivers who want to spend less money on gasoline and put more effort into helping the environment. Plus, its contemporary style is sure to please.

2016 Honda CR-V

On the other hand, this compact SUV is perfect for young drivers in areas that need more off-roading capabilities, the ability to cruise over snow, or tons of cargo space for their gear.

To learn more about either of these vehicles or the Honda graduate program, contact us or visit us anytime at Avery Greene Honda.

Honda S2000 Roadster Rumored for 2018

Honda’s 70th anniversary is drawing near and the Japanese automaker could be looking to celebrate in a big way. The automaker’s current S660 roadster isn’t coming to American shores and the Acura NSX is out of many drivers’ budgets. That only leaves one option: the Honda S2000 roadster.

Honda launched the original S2000 roadster back in 1998 for its 50th anniversary which gives many enthusiasts hope. As the brand’s 70th anniversary is in 2018, talk of the glorious return is only increasing.

One sticking point of many pessimists is the fact that Honda doesn’t have a platform for the new compact, rear-wheel drive sports car. That isn’t killing the vibe though. Both the S660 roadster and Acura NSX have their own dedicated platforms. Who’s to say Honda can’t do the same for the S2000 roadster?

Car and Driver talked to a source inside the company who stated that the S2000 successor is on its way. Expected to weigh in at less than 3,000 pounds, it will be powered by an altered 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder engine that’s currently in the Civic Type R.

The source also claims that the S2000 will be built with the Acura NSX at the Performance Manufacturing Center in Ohio.

“A large complement of R&D staff from Japan are already in Ohio working on the car,” the source said, “They have more time now that the NSX is finished.”

Here at Avery Greene Honda, we can’t wait for the arrival of the all-new S2000 roadster!

2016 Honda Accord Arrives in Australia

The 2016 Honda Accord is a top competitor among the midsize sedan segment—and for good reason. Boasting the interior of a luxury car, there aren’t many competitors that can compare. The latest Accord arrived in Australia not long ago with new equipment, styling, and pricing.

Boasting a chromed-out front end, the 2016 Honda Accord keeps up with the latest Honda Civic’s appearance with ease. Riding on a new wheel design, a little goes a long way in this popular car.

2016 Honda Accord

2016 Honda Accord

In terms of equipment, Honda added the LaneWatch Camera system to the base Accord. That safety technology displays what the driver might not be able to see on the touchscreen. The higher trims come equipped with the Honda Sensing safety suite which includes road departure mitigation and a lane keep assist system, among others.

The Accord VTi comes fully loaded for a little over $23,700 in United States currency. In Australian currency, that same model will run drivers $32,990. The top-end model, the 2016 Honda Accord V6L, costs nearly $37,800 in United States dollars while the same model breaks $52,500 in Australian dollars.

We here at Avery Greene Honda are glad to see more regions getting behind the wheel of the latest Honda Accord!

Spring Car Care Tips

The harsh winter weather can do a seriously number on your car, especially if it’s an older model. In order to get it into tip-top shape for spring, love and attention is all your car needs. Best of all, getting your car ready for the fast-coming warmer weather is easy. Here are a few quick spring car care tips from at Avery Greene Honda’s service department!

  1. under the hoodUnder the Hood – Winter is a harsh season and if you parked outside, it’s time to take a look under the hood. Make sure to check all of your belts and hoses for wear and cracks. Verify that your coolant isn’t too old to ensure your car won’t overheat. If you aren’t car-savvy, a dealership service department can check for you. Better safe than sorry!
  2. Wiper Blades – Ensuring your wiper blades can handle the spring rains should be a top priority. You never know when you’ll be driving through a storm, after all. Look at the blades for cracks and wear. Ice can do a number on your wiper blades so don’t skimp on new ones.
  3. Wash – Last, but not least, wash your car. Dirt, grime, and road salt can build up over winter and each can do damage to your paint if left unattended. A simple car wash will remove most of the residue and leave you with a sparkling car!

Honda’s Clarity Line to Expand

Honda FCEV Concept

Honda FCEV Concept

Honda introduced the Clarity FCV fuel-cell vehicle at the 2016 New York Auto Show and now the automaker is ready to expand. The Japanese manufacturer plans to add three new models to the Clarity line over the next three years. A midsize car, the Honda Clarity is designed to compete with the Toyota Mirai fuel-cell vehicle.

The first of the three models added to the Honda Clarity’s line is the Clarity FCV fuel-cell vehicle itself. That model is already on sale in Japan and will initially be available in California later this year.

Following that, Honda also plans to add a Clarity Electric and Clarity Plug-In in 2017 and 2018 respectively. All three models will ride on the same platform and offer seating for up to five passengers.

The Clarity FCV has been undergoing testing for a few years with 40 units leased to customers in California. Honda expects the driving range to reach upwards of 300 miles. Meanwhile, the Clarity Plug-In will be able to hit 40 miles on a single charge.

“The Clarity series will occupy a unique position in the market, providing customers with a well-equipped, premium, midsize vehicle with a range of ultra-low-carbon powertrain options to suit their lifestyle needs,” said John Mendel, Honda of America Executive Vice President.

The addition of more fuel efficient models is part of Honda’s goal for two-thirds of the vehicles it sells to be eco-friendly.

We at Avery Green Honda can’t wait to see the newly expanded Honda Clarity line.

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