Collision Mitigation Braking SystemTM helps prevent accidents before they happen by sensing the speed of those in front of you and applying your car’s brakes if needed.
Road Departure Mitigation System keeps you on the road by alerting you if you start drifting off the road as well as help adjust your steering if needed.
Adaptive Cruise Control with Low-Speed Follow makes cruise control easier and safer by adjusting your cruising speed to the speed of those in front of you, maintaining a safe following distance.
Lane Keeping Assist System will stop you from crossing into other lanes unintentionally by guiding you back in the lines if you drift without a signal.
These features help to keep drivers and passengers safer by decreasing both the number of collisions and the severity of collisions, which is why Honda has already sold one million vehicles equipped with this technology.
Earth Day is right around the corner on April 22, and there are a number of ways to celebrate. While you can do small things like recycle reusable materials, turn off lights when you’re not using them, and bring your own bags when you grocery shop, one of the biggest things you can do is to buy a fuel-efficient car. For example, the new Honda Clarity Series provides unmatched fuel economy to help you cut back on your carbon footprint.
There are three vehicles that make up the Clarity Series according to Honda, including the Clarity Electric, Clarity Plug-In Hybrid, and Clarity Fuel Cell. The Clarity Electric has an 89-mile range* in the proper conditions, which is great for the everyday commute. The Clarity Plug-In Hybrid can go up to 340 miles with a combined range, and the Clarity Fuel Cell sedan has an impressive 366-mile range.* Compared to traditional gasoline-powered models, the Honda Clarity Series offers incredible efficiency.
There are several other reasons you should consider the new Clarity Series. For example, you can earn up to $7,500 in federal tax credits when you buy an eco-friendly model like the Clarity, and new convenient charging options make the process easier and quicker than ever before. That’s not to mention the sleek designs, high-tech infotainment, and comfortable interiors.
By offering three different electrified powertrains with the same model, Honda takes an innovative approach at green driving, providing drivers with options that never existed before. At Hardin County Honda, we’re looking forward to seeing how the Clarity Series changes the automotive landscape.
*Based on 2018 EPA estimates. Actual mileage may vary based on driving conditions.
Honda recently won three awards from Motor Week, an industry leader when it comes to automotive reviewing. The Motor Week 2018 Drivers’ Choice Awards are among the most prestigious on the market, and the Honda Accord, Odyssey, and Civic each won in their respective segments.
According to Motor Week, the Honda Civic earned the 2018 Best Small Car award for the third year in a row—an anomaly for this particular award. In addition to a striking rear fascia, the 2018 model year also comes with two high-performance designs, the Si and Type R, which are ideal for those who want a little added performance.
The Honda Accord won the 2018 Best Family Sedan award thanks to its four-door design and comfortable interior. The Accord has extensive safety features like Honda Sense™ to keep you and your family safe as you drive, and the refined interior and extensive infotainment options will make any long road trip more enjoyable.
The Honda Odyssey also won the 2018 Best Minivan award from Motor Week. The Odyssey has a reliable design and seating for up to seven people, and this minivan also comes with extensive infotainment. With sleek looks, an efficient engine, and multiple available features, the Odyssey is setting new standards.
If you’re looking for a truly award-winning vehicle, stop by Hardin County Honda to test drive the Accord, Civic, and Odyssey today.
For all of those Honda lovers out there, you know that Honda stands out as a top brand. Others are noticing, too. The Honda Accord has officially been named the 2018 Car of the Year by the Detroit Free Press.
This win hardly comes as a surprise. The 2018 Accord delivers amazing bang for its buck, turning heads as it goes. The Accord has made big changes in recent years, as it’s now built on a lighter platform that makes it even nimbler on the road. Under the hood, it boasts the nameplate’s very first turbocharged engine options that beautifully combine power and efficiency. The 2018 Accord has also been noticed for its ample interior passenger space, offering both comfort and practicality.
Mark Phelan, an auto critic for the Detroit Free Press, applauded the Accord for its game-changing design for mid-size cars: ““SUV sales are soaring and traditional sedans are in retreat, but the sleek 2018 Accord raises the bar for a class of vehicles that remains important to hundreds of thousands of buyers every year.”
The Detroit Free Press isn’t the only publication that has noticed the Accord. The Accord has received multiple accolades, including Overall Best Buy of 2018 by Kelley Blue Book and Car of the Year Finalist by Motor Trend.
To see this classic, award-winning mid-size sedan, stop by Hardin County Honda and schedule a test drive.
Honda’s 2018 lineup has already been recognized for its standout design, progressive features, and fantastic performance. The big winner so far has been the Honda Accord, which was named to both the KBB.com Best Buy list and the Car and Driver 10 Best List.
The 2018 Accord won the Mid-size Car Best Buy of 2018 award and the Overall Best Buy award from KBB.com, which cited its refinement and resale value as high points. KBB.com relentlessly praised the Accord, calling it “the most sophisticated, most advanced, most impressive automobile not wearing a luxury badge.”
According to KBB.com, the Accord offers many of their favorite automotive technologies, including active safety features like Automatic Emergency Braking and Lane Departure Warning, and infotainment tech like USB ports and connected mobile apps. Plus, the Accord is incredibly fuel-efficient, spacious, and stylish.
The Car and Driver 10 Best Awards are also one of the most prestigious awards in the auto industry, and the new generation of Accord easily made the list, just like 31 of its predecessors.
The 2018 Accord is available now, so stop by Hardin County Honda to see all of its perks and features for yourself.
Finding a family-friendly holiday event should be easy, but they can be harder to find than you might think. Fortunately, Elizabethtown is home to a handful of events perfect for families of all ages. Here at Hardin County Honda, we are happy to tell you about a few fun Elizabethtown holiday events that you won’t want to miss!
Holiday Ice Skating
Winter is here and Freeman Lake is primed for ice skaters of all ages. Holiday Ice Skating is open to the public until Dec. 30, and it’s a great way to get into the spirit of the season. Admission is $5 for skaters 18 years of age and older and $3 for those 17 years of age and younger. Come out and spend some time on the ice this holiday season!
Christmas in the Park
If you’re in the mood for some spectacular Christmas light displays, then Freeman Lake Park is the place to be. More than 100 displays are available for viewing from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. daily through Jan. 1 as part of the Christmas in the Park event. Admission is free, which means this is a family event everyone can afford!
Sugar Plum Social
Live music and family fun are on the schedule for the Sugar Plum Social. Meet Clara, the Sugar Plum Fairy, and her friends as you chomp down on great food and enjoy the family-friendly atmosphere.
From all of us at Hardin County Honda, we want to wish you a happy holiday season.
2018 sees the introduction of an all-new Honda Accord, designed from the ground up for a brand new generation. The next-gen 2018 Honda Accord features a totally redesigned style, an interior crafted from premium materials, new technology, and three capable powertrain options that let you ride in style. The redesigned Accord is coming to dealerships fall of 2017, so be ready to grab this ground-breaking new take on a classic and beloved nameplate.
Powertrain options for the 2018 Honda Accord include two turbocharged engines – a 1.5-liter and a 2.0-liter – as well as a two-motor hybrid system for more environmentally-friendly fuel economy. Additionally, Honda Sensing® safety systems will now be standard, with features like the Collision Mitigation Braking System™ and Traffic Sign Recognition coming with the base model. The new Accord will also feature the most innovative tech ever seen on the nameplate, though specifics will have to wait until vehicle launch.
If you’re curious about the all-new Honda Accord for 2018, keep an eye out for more news here at Hardin County Honda. As soon as the new Accord debuts, you can swing by for a test drive and more information on how this new generation is the most advanced Honda Accord yet.
The new 2018 Odyssey design offers performance, comfort, and connectivity like never before. This all-new minivan now has a more powerful engine and an advanced transmission to optimize fuel economy and performance, while a significant exterior redesign leads to class-leading power and cabin quietness. You’ll also find added space and family-friendly features that are perfect for long trips and running errands. Read on to learn more about what makes this new Odyssey design so exciting.
To start, the revamped 2018 Odyssey design now comes with standard Honda Sensing® technology, a Display Audio system, smartphone connectivity, and the ingenious Magic Slide 2nd-Row Seats™ that enhance convenience. This means that you can not only keep the kids entertained in the rear seat, but it also allows you to hook up your smartphone to the car to access important information, apps, and to lock/unlock and remote start.
Under the hood, Honda added a new 3.5-liter SOHC direct-injected i-VTEC® V6 engine that gets 32 horsepower more than its predecessor. You also get up to 19/28/22 mpg city/hwy/combined when properly equipped.* The new minivan also comes with your choice between a 9-speed or 10-speed automatic transmission with standard paddle shifters.
The 2018 Odyssey is also made with comfort in mind. This model is noticeably quieter to provide a low-stress environment for parents as they drive. You can thank the triple-sealed doors, acoustic glass, and aerodynamic doors for this quiet ride. Plus, with Active Noise Control technology, the Odyssey is the perfect place to relax. With a Top Safety Pick rating from the NHTSA, you’ll definitely be at ease when you’re behind the wheel.*
On September 4, many Americans will have the day off from school and work. That is because it will be Labor Day. At present, Labor Day is considered the end of the summer, and people celebrate with cookouts and relaxation. While those activities are not bad ways to enjoy the holiday, do you know why we celebrate Labor Day?
No one really knows for sure where the idea for Labor Day got started, but, in the late 1800s, many states set aside the first Monday in September as a day to celebrate American workers and all that they do to contribute to society. Labor Day became an official national holiday on June 29, 1894.
There are Labor Day celebrations across the country, with many cities hosting parades, festivals, and even fireworks. If you have the day off and want to try to celebrate the true meaning of the holiday, here are a few ideas.
Bake some goodies for your local fire or police station.
Buy locally produced goods.
Plan a tour through a local factory.
Learn more about the history of labor laws and unions.
Here at Hardin County Honda, we want to wish all Americans a happy Labor Day, and we hope you have a safe and enjoyable weekend.
Winters can be hard on your vehicle, but, unfortunately, the tough conditions don’t stop with the warm weather. While you might be loving life in the hot sun come summer time, your car may not share the sentiment. Luckily, it’s easy to keep your car happy with just a few summer care tips.
Keep up with the oil changes!
In the summertime, the heat can do all sorts of damage to even a well-maintained engine — don’t make your car work harder than it already is. For maximum efficiency, your engine needs clean oil.
Don’t fall low on fluids
The summer heat will deplete your fluids far faster than the winter’s worst cold will. Keep an eye on wiper fluid, power steering fluid, transmission fluid, and coolant (especially coolant!). While you’re at it, keep yourself hydrated with plenty of water as well!
Watch your tire pressure and alignment.
We all tend to drive more in the summertime, be it for big vacations or weekend days spent at the beach. Potholes and cracks from overheated pavement and summer construction can leave roads treacherous for your tires and wheel alignment.
Make sure your battery is healthy.
Did you know that heat is the number one factor leading up to battery failure? Now you do! Test your car battery today so you don’t get stranded tomorrow.