Friday, June 24, 2016

2016 Honda Civic, Pilot Among Top Family Vehicles

Shopping for the best possible family vehicles can be a stressful experience, as those San Diego Honda customers on the hunt for such a car have to worry about the needs of children just as much as their own needs, and while safety is a concern for everybody who buys a new automobile, there’s no question that those purchasing a family car are justified in being even more worried about an automobile’s safety features.

Monday, June 20, 2016

Honda Running Autonomous Tests in "Ghost Town"

At this point it probably is safe to say that that just about every automaker on the face of the planet is at least exploring the possibility of developing autonomous automobiles, if not full-on testing them out in the field right now to determine what adjustments must be made to get these self-driving cars out on actual roads as soon as safely possible. In fact, many of the advanced safety features that make autonomous driving possible, like frontal collision mitigation, lane-keeping assistance and adaptive cruise control, already exist in some vehicles. The future is rapidly approaching, and Honda is doing everything they can to be at the front of the line when breakthroughs are inevitably made.

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Honda Debuts New Civic Coupe Ad

When done properly, advertising is a really incredible thing. We all know at this point that we’re being marketed to, so it has become a real challenge for businesses to come up with clever ads that draw us closer to products even though we know that’s what the advertisers are trying to do. Some get us through giggles, others by tugging on heartstrings, but the most recent spot from Honda touting the 2016 Honda Civic Coupe draws in potential customers near Kearny Mesa simply by being clever.

Monday, June 6, 2016

2016 Honda Fit Among Coolest Affordable Cars

When we think back to which kids in high school had the “coolest” cars, we probably can admit to ourselves that “coolest” had a whole lot to do with “most expensive.” Most San Diego teenagers can only afford whatever clunker is available at a price to be sustained by a minimum-wage weekend job, but a handful of students with especially kind-hearted (and deep-pocketed) parents would splurge on something pricy and new and awesome for their children, and the rest of the school would weep with jealousy.