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Why the Honda Insight Is a Top Hybrid?

Honda Insight

Plenty of Exciting Features

When the Insight was originally released as the first hybrid car made by Honda in 1999, it was also the first hybrid vehicle available to North American consumers. At the time, it had a futuristic look and stunning capabilities that generated considerable intrigue. Over the years, Honda has gone to great lengths to regularly improve the Insight so that it remains a leading contender for green car shoppers. The 2019 Insight ushered in the line’s third generation and brought plenty of exciting features and improvements in the process.

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How Honda Updated Its CPO Program?

Honda Updated its Certified Pre-Owned Program

Honda has beefed up its already great coverage for vehicles that are model years 2018-2019. The original Honda Certified Pre-owned coverage remains in effect for all models that qualify that don't fall within these model years. No matter what year you choose, a Honda Certified Pre-owned vehicle is certain to deliver with a warranty to guarantee these claims. Vandergriff Honda in Arlington is proud to offer many models to choose from ready for immediate delivery. Cars, trucks, vans, SUVs and more are all available.

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Why the Buzz for Honda Hybrid Cars?

Why to Buzz for Honda

Honda Hybrid Vehicles Are All The Rage

Have you noticed lately how Honda Hybrid vehicles are all the rage among the younger generations? This is something that market watchers are paying a lot of attention to. Everyone wants to know what millennials are interested in because they know how much this can dictate the market as a whole.

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How to Turn Honda Lane Assist On and Off

Honda Lane Assist On and OffThere are certain times when people will want to turn Lane Assist On or Off. If you're in a high attention driving mode, you might not want to know if you're changing lanes without signaling because there may not be another driver for miles around.
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Why You Should Change Your Air Filter this Spring

Springtime Preparation

Spring is in the air... along with dust and pollen. It's probably getting into your house, but did you know it's getting into your car, too? While you might know that spring is the time to thoroughly wash your car and get the tires aligned, did you know that you should also get the air filter cleaned? It is important to keep it cleaned and functioning properly. If you don't, the filter can get clogged with contaminants. Along with damaging the part itself, this can cause more extensive damage to other parts of your car, including the…

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How to Calibrate the Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)?

TPMS Settings Honda Insight

There have been numerous advances in vehicle technology over the past few years, but we believe tire pressure monitoring systems or TPMS are one of the greatest. Not only is it very convenient to know when it's time to put some air in your tires, but there's also a safety factor to consider as well. Of course, you should know how to use and recalibrate your Honda's TPMS to ensure that it's working the way it should. While we can take care of it for you at our service center, you'll need to know how…

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Buy It! Top 5 New Car Buying Myths

2019 Honda Passport Adventure Awaits

Buying a new car can be a confusing process for those who are new to the process. When it comes to the right time of the month to purchase the vehicle or trading in a current car that you own, there are many myths that buyers believe. If you want to enjoy a smooth car buying process and get the best deal on the transaction, there are a few new car buying myths to learn.

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The Honda Passport is Making a Comeback!

Honda Bringing Back the Passport

Honda is resurrecting a legacy nameplate and adding to its already impressive lineup of sports utility vehicles. The Passport, which recently made its debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show, will be available at our dealership in early 2019. What buyers will find is nothing like the old Passport retired by Honda in 2002. That vehicle was based on Isuzu Rodeo SUV. The new five-passenger version is essentially a shortened Pilot as it fits between Honda's full-size SUV and the smaller CR-V.

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