Tips and tricks for keeping your car clean and looking its best
Just got a new car? Looking for the best way to keep your baby shining bright? Your Honda Ohio dealer has pulled together some great tips and tricks to keep your car looking brand new.
Don't wait. Letting your car get visibly dirty before having it washed is a good way to ruin a paint job. Just a few dead bugs and…
Happy Independence Day! We hope you enjoy celebrating our nation's 236th birthday with friends, families, and neighbors. As your Columbus, Ohio Honda dealership, we're also happy to share with you some of the great community events going on in the central Ohio area.
Union County residents, come for a day-long celebration at Prospect Community Park from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m., including a 5k run/walk in the morning, raffles, pony rides, and fireworks at dusk.
Enjoy the annual Marysville fireworks celebration at the Union County Fairgrounds at 845 North Main Street. Come before dusk…
Normally you wouldn't expect to find a hybrid powertrain working under the hood of a sports car. Then again, Honda isn't normal. So when the inventive automaker first introduced the Honda CR-Z back in 2007, we weren't too shocked. Over the past few years the hybrid model has continued to deliver tons of driving fun while saving both your wallet and the environment. Now, Honda Marysville is more than pleased to let consumers know that the CR-Z is a finalist for Wheels' "Car of the Year" award.
Wondering what Honda has in store for the New Year? Well, Honda Marysville is here to reveal a plethora of new product details for 2012 and beyond. While other automakers have clamored to grab the spotlight this past year, for the most part Honda has remained rather quiet. But behind the scenes, designers have been working hard to develop a whole slew of technologies ranging from revamped engines to new Honda models.
Words such as "safe" and "dependable" aren't always what consumers want to hear when considering a new vehicle. However, in the case of the Honda CR-V, Honda Marysville feels they're the perfect fit. Why? Because when it comes to the best-selling model, it's better to stick with what works. Of course, Honda recognizes that even the most respected of models can always use a little credential boost. That is why the automaker has given next-year's CR-V variant a modest redesign.
Natural disasters always leave a nasty wake of destruction in their path. The recent flooding in Thailand was no exception. Waters tore through the homes and lives of many and caused the halt of production across several industries. In the case of Honda, and other automakers, the disaster sent tremors across the globe, shaking up production in areas such as the United States. Thankfully, our favorite resilient automaker is beginning to bounce back with the re-opening of several key facilities.
We all know that Honda lovers like those at Honda Marysville are truly dedicated to the brand. But how far would they go with their Hondas? One man from Norway, Maine went one-million miles on his 1990 Honda Accord. Now that is serious brand loyalty.
West central Ohio isn't exactly a location you'd associate with huge economic growth. Gentle hills and miles upon miles of cornfields are generally what would first come to mind. But Honda recently announced that they've injected a total of $400 million dollars into its Ohio plants and facilities, since last year. The goal of such an investment has been equal parts expansion and economic security for the future.