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Upcoming 2019 Honda Civic Sedans and Coupes to Offer Sport Trim

 

The Honda Civic family of compact cars will continue to grow for 2019 in the Concord area. Sedan, coupe, and hatchback models for the tenth-generation Honda Civic will now all be available with a Sport trim.

For 2018 MY and earlier tenth-gen Honda Civic cars, this Sport trim was only available on Honda Civic hatchback models. The addition of this trim level to sedan and coupe body styles is new for 2019, and is sure to be a crowd-pleaser in California.

 
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Honda Expands Takata Airbag Recall to Additional Vehicles

 

When it comes to safety, Honda doesn't play around.

On Friday, the automaker announced another round of recalls for the Takata airbag replacement initiative. This round is ahead of schedule, and puts Honda one step closer to reaching a full 100% repair rate for this issue.

Is your vehicle one that is, or has been, affected by the airbag recall? You can check by model and year or by VIN online at http://hondaairbaginfo.com/ or at the Honda Owner Portal to learn more.

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The 2018 Honda Civic New Dad Review

 

North Carolina dads don't just drive any car. Down here, dad swag is real--especially for dads who are proudly chaperoning around their first kid.

What is a "dad car"? It can depend on who you ask.

To high schoolers, a "dad car" might be the rust-bucket station wagon you're forced to drive because your parents won't let you have anything nicer--hence, looking like a dad minus the kids.

But to real, bona fide adults, a "dad car" is the opportunity to drive something that's safe, reliable, economical, with a lot of space... but that doesn't…

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Autoblog Long-Term Tests a Honda Ridgeline

 

We just had to share this feedback, taken from a recent review by Autoblog, on the Honda Ridgeline:

"Don't waste your money on something else."

Autoblog is an American internet-based automotive news and car shopping website. They are one of the top resources for industry news and car reviews. Autoblog often buys vehicles or gets them on a "long-term loan" to put them to the test over months and over thousands of miles.

Read on to learn why Autoblog editors really liked the Honda Ridgeline midsize pickup truck.

 
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Preview Safety in the Upcoming 2019 Honda Insight

 

There's a lot to be excited about when it comes to the all-new 2019 Honda Insight.

This upcoming Honda hybrid sedan brings a new style and stunning design, smart new efficiency engineering, and daily-driving performance to fit just about any lifestyle. The team at Honda of Concord looks forward to getting our hands on the first set of models when they arrive in the Charlotte area--but, we have a few more months to wait.

The 2019 Honda Insight isn't due to arrive in North Carolina until the end of 2018, so we don't have a full list…

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Kelley Blue Book Experts Compare 2018 Honda Civic vs 2018 Toyota Corolla

 

Since 1926, Kelley Blue Book (KBB) has been providing expert opinions, professional automotive reviews, and carefully considered car comparisons, making them one of the most trusted resources in the industry for shoppers and current drivers.

If you're looking around for your next compact sedan in the Concord area, you'll definitely be interested to see what KBB editors had to say in their recent comparison of the 2018 Honda Civic vs the 2018 Toyota Corolla*.

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Your New Favorite New and Used Honda Dealer Near Charlotte

 

While there are a few small Honda dealers located right in Charlotte, there's an option that may be better for you, sitting just outside of town lines: Honda of Concord.

Our new and used Honda dealership is conveniently located just outside of Charlotte, near the Mallard Creek - Withrow Downs and Highland Creek areas. We are easy to get to along I-85 at the Concord Mills Exit, and our dealership is just minutes away from the Concord Regional Airport and the Charlotte Motor Speedway.

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How Often Should You Change Your Oil?

 

With the right care and maintenance in Concord, your Honda car or SUV can last years longer than you might have expected--and our service team can make it easy to do.

The typical oil change interval for Honda is longer than most people think. The old recommendation is "3,000 miles or 3 months". But that's only for very old vehicles that waste oil--or for quick-lube shops that are looking to get you in as often as possible, to get as much of your money as possible. Newer models can easily go 7,500 miles, or 6 months, between…

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