2021 Honda Passport: Critic Reviews

There’s a New Sporty, Midsize Sheriff in Town Slotted between the more compact CR-V and the three-row Pilot, the new 2021 Honda Passport offers a blend of both “crossover” and “full-size SUV,” with a smidge of its own personality thrown into the mix. Like the Pilot, it’s spacious and can tow up to 5,000 pounds. […]

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5 Brilliant Tips on How to Name Your Car

What’s in a name? When it comes to vehicles, a lot, surprisingly. Just imagine Herbie, the cute, beat-up Beetle, with a fast car name like “Brimstone,” or The Dukes of Hazard’s General Lee burning rubber around southern Georgia as “Tinkerbell.” See? They just don’t have the same oomph. Choosing the right nickname for your car […]

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2021 Honda Insight vs 2021 Toyota Corolla Hybrid

Today, hybrid cars look like your everyday sedan. Twenty years ago, however, they stood out on the road like sore thumbs, with their oddly slanted rooflines, recessed rear wheels, hatchback-lite cargo gates, and “cozy” (i.e. “cramped”) cabins. At least, that was the case with the segment’s very first models: the 1999 Insight and 2000 Prius. […]

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8 Car Buying Tips for New College Grads

Honda College Graduate Discount
Congratulations, college grad! After 4 years – or 5 and change – of burying your nose in books and sweating through final exams, you’re finally ready to tackle a real test: Adulthood.   It probably feels good to have a diploma showcasing your ability to adapt and overcome. But with that degree you’re also tasked with […]

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Certified Pre-Owned or New Car? A Side-By-Side Comparison

CPO or New Car Comparison
You’re worried about buying a used car, but aren’t sure about paying full price for a new vehicle — that’s quite a pickle to be in. Fortunately, the solution to your dilemma might just be a certified pre-owned vehicle. Sitting between “new” and “used,” certified pre-owned cars (aka. CPO cars) offer the best of both […]

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