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Jan 9, 2017 — Honda today took the wraps off a sleek, sophisticated and innovative new 2018 Odyssey minivan, launching at dealerships nationwide this spring. Already the most popular minivan with individual American car buyers for seven years running, the next-generation Odyssey brings a host of new features and technologies for 2018, including a uniquely versatile new Magic Slide™ second-row seat; new Cabin Watch and Cabin Talk technologies; new Display Audio touchscreen with Honda-developed OS; 4G LTE Wi-Fi connectivity; new Rear Entertainment System with streaming video; and Honda Sensing™ safety and driver-assistive technologies, now offered standard on EX and above trims.
Honda Roadside Assistance is a 24-hour emergency road service
Honda Roadside Assistance is a 24-hour emergency road service
available to you in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico
throughout your 3-year/36,000-mile warranty term starting
with 2015 vehicles.
24-Hour Roadside Service
With the Honda Roadside Assistance Service, if you experience any of the following while on the road, just call our toll free number and we will dispatch a unit to provide services that can let you proceed to your destination. You are covered for any of the following services (limitations apply):
24-Hour Emergency Towing
Honda Roadside Assistance will arrange to transport your vehicle to the
nearest Honda dealer in the event of a mechanical disablement that renders
it inoperative. Your vehicle must be accessible to our dispatched transport
unit (as determined by our local facility) to receive this service.
Please note: You will be required to pay up front for warranty repairs
performed by any facility other than a Honda dealership. Please submit
claims for warranty reimbursement to your Honda dealer.
Emergency Lockout Service
If your keys are lost, broken or locked in your car, Honda Roadside
Assistance will assist you in unlocking your vehicle.
» Jump start
» Fuel delivery*
» Flat tire
» Mechanical tow
» Accident tow
Call toll free: 1-866-864-5211
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
You may call this toll-free number any time you may require any
of these Honda Roadside Assistance services from anywhere in
the United States, Puerto Rico or Canada.
*Two gallons provided, not to exceed twice in a calendar year. Requires VIN at time of service request.
Cross Country Motor Club, Inc. (CCMC) acts merely as a dispatcher or referral service to persons or entities who provide the actual service. These persons and/or entities are independent contractors. Accordingly, CCMC assumes no responsibility for the acts, errors, omissions, negligence, malfeasance or misfeasance of such persons and/or entities. All persons availing themselves of this benefi t of Honda Roadside Assistance are to look solely to such persons and/or entities for liability arising in connection therewith, and not to CCMC. Honda Roadside Assistance services are provided through Cross Country Motor Club, Inc., Medford, MA 02155, except in Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, Wisconsin and Wyoming, where services are provided through Cross Country Motor Club of California, Inc., Thousand Oaks, CA 91360. Honda reserves the right to limit services or reimbursements to an owner or driver when, in the judgment of Honda, the claims become excessive in frequency or type of occurrence. Honda also reserves the right to alter or withdraw the Honda Roadside Assistance program at any time without notice.
AND THERE IS MORE....
Trip Interruption benefits are available in the case of mechanical
» The vehicle must be disabled 100 miles or more away from the Honda owner’s primary residence.
» Reimbursement consideration is for expenses incurred during the first three days following the disablement.
» The total Trip Interruption benefi t is $300; $100 per day for three days maximum.
» Reasonable expenses for food, lodging and alternate transportation such as a rental vehicle and/or commercial transportation are covered.
» Costs for reuniting the Honda owner with the vehicle are included in the total of $300 maximum benefit.
Alternate Transportation, Rental Vehicle**
Upon request, Honda Roadside Assistance will attempt to secure a rental
vehicle or taxi service for you.
Upon request, Honda Roadside Assistance will assist in locating emergency
lodging when you are away from home, at a hotel that best fi ts your needs.
If your Honda is disabled, Honda Roadside Assistance will assist in
obtaining fl ight information, such as fl ight times and fares.
Should an emergency arise, Honda Roadside Assistance will attempt to
contact those persons for whom telephone numbers are provided in order
to relay important messages, such as your spouse or your offi ce.
Enhanced Directory Assistance
Honda Roadside Assistance will attempt to locate nearby service stations,
ATMs, and/or banks and provide telephone and address information,
**Any third party costs (such as vehicle rental, taxi, lodging, fl ight fares, etc.) associated with
the rendering of the Trip Continuation Services noted with an asterisk (**) above shall be
borne by the driver requesting such service.
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It was a battle that began before the green flag waved. The No. 48 Lowe's Chevrolet SS started at the rear of the field, but he soon made quick work of driving to the front.
He passed 34 cars in the first 41 laps, breaking inside the top five on Lap 48.
Following a couple slower visits to pit road, Johnson and the No. 48 team worked hard to rebound, even after briefly going a lap down on the track.
"Obviously you never give up until that checkered flag waves," Johnson's former teammate Jeff Gordon said. "You know, there were moments throughout the weekend where I thought Jimmie and the No. 48 team were the best ones out there and there were times when it looked like we were going to settle for less than the championship. But those guys never stopped fighting or gave up."
Johnson's hope for #se7en seemed like it might be just out of reach when he restarted fifth with 10 laps remaining, but the No. 48 team never gave up.
That restart is the one that changed the entire race, as a red flag was thrown due to a multi-car incident involving two of Johnson's Championship 4 contenders.
As a result, Johnson assumed the fourth position for the restart before another caution was thrown, placing him on the front row in second for the overtime restart. Johnson jumped out to grab the lead at the green and never looked back.
"The best pit stops came at the right time and the calls that Chad made came at the right time," Gordon said. "Jimmie had the most incredible moves and restarts at the end when it counted most and that is why those guys are seven time champions and proved it again tonight.”
There's a booklet online that every car owner should read in my opinion. Knowledge is not only power, it can mean safety.
Here's a link to a broad overview of some key safety features you will find in many Honda Cars and Trucks.
Please take a few moments to read. The more you understand how your safety equipment works, the safer you and your passengers will be.
Since some equipment may not be specific to your model,be sure to consult your owner’s manual.
The all-new 2017 Honda CR-V just made its official debut in Detroit last week (October 2016). The completely redesigned and reengineered CR-V boasts bold new styling, a more premium interior, the model’s first-ever turbocharged engine and a host of new features and technologies. It goes on sale this winter. So with that, is it true that the 2016s are being sold at clearance prices.I'll keep you informed as more details become available about the 2017s availability.
Unlike many trucks, which use body-on-frame design, Ridgeline features unit-body construction. This uses different strengths of steel throughout the entire structure — higher grades of steel where it’s needed — and then it’s completely welded and/or bonded together to create an extremely rigid structure. Benefits of unit-body construction include a lower floor height making loading cargo and getting in and out easier, improved isolation from wind noise and vibration and better driving characteristics.
Ridgeline features a powerful, 280-horsepower direct-injected engine that not only provides brisk acceleration, passing power and towing capacity, but also is impressively efficient for a truck.*
- Towing capacity: 5,000 lbs. (AWD) – 3,500 lbs. (2WD)*
- 262 lb-ft. of torque*
- Variable Cylinder ManagementTM (VCM®)
- 24-Valve SOHC i-VTEC®
- Eco-Assist System™
- Hill Start Assist®
- High-Capacity Radiator with 2 High-Power Fans
The evolution of the Honda product is a synergy of engineering, technology and rigorous design and testing and human factors....to name a few. I felt this article illustrates a couple facets of that synergy.
- Honda R&D Japan-led effort sets FIA Class record of 261.875 mph-
- Fastest speed ever recorded for a Honda vehicle-
- Volunteer team surpasses previous mark set by Honda F1 car-
TORRANCE, California, September 21, 2016 - Honda products have won dozens of motorsports championships throughout the world, dominating competition at legendary venues from Indianapolis to Monaco, and on surfaces ranging from the sands of Dakar to the dirt of Carlsbad.
But this past week, an intrepid group of young Honda engineers took to the salt flats of Bonneville, Utah to post the fastest speed ever recorded for a Honda vehicle.
Not only did the Honda engineers post a new FIA World Record of 261.875 mph (1 mile), 261.966 mph (1km) for a vehicle in its class (Category-A Group-1 Class-4), it posted a speed faster than any Honda-powered car ever including the record established by BAR Honda F1 car at Bonneville in 2006, by using a 660cc engine based on the three-cylinder powerplant designed for the Honda S660 sports car.
The project "Bonneville Speed Challenge" was internally announced at Honda R&D in Japan in 2015 and 16 members were chosen from a pool of 100 volunteers, including the project leader Keisuke Tsuta, to build the car that would be known as the Honda S-Dream. The goal of the project was very simple: "Achieve world speed record with 660cc engine."
The team carefully re-investigated every part of the S660 engine and renewed many of them including cylinder block, pistons, crankshaft and valves in hopes of coaxing more than three times the power for which it was designed. Additions such as the replacement of the lower block with a steel unit and reinforced connecting rods gave the unit the rigidity it would need to withstand the record run, and the car completed several test runs in Japan before heading to the U.S.
But as can happen when building racing machines, an unforeseen problem popped up once the team made its first test run on the Bonneville Salt Flats. Test driver Hikaru Miyagi returned after his run and told the team that he could not see properly through the narrow canopy.
The vision had not been a problem on the test track due to the abundance of landmarks and road marking, but on the bleach-white expanse of the salt flats, the former Japan motorcycle champion was having trouble keeping the car pointed in the right direction.
So the team took the car back to Honda Performance Development in Santa Clarita, California where they restyled the canopy and most parts of the upper body just 10 days before the first day of the Bonneville.
The Honda S-Dream made several strong runs at Bonneville Speed Weeks but was unable to reach the record speed that it sought. But soon after the conclusion of Speed Weeks, Honda was officially invited to Mike Cook's shoot out at Bonneville to take another run at the record.
The team broke the FIA record mark with a run of 227.776 mph on the first day of the shootout, then went quicker on subsequent runs until officially topping out at 261.875 mph (1 mile), 261.966 mph (1km). In fact, the team reached 266 mph on one of its runs late in the event, but was unable to duplicate the speed on the return run as required to set an official mark.
With the run of 261.875 mph (1 mile), 261.966 mph (1km), the Honda S-Dream has surpassed the record BAR Honda F1 machine established at Bonneville in 2006 to become the fastest Honda car ever.