When winter weather comes, you need to make sure your vehicle is prepared — and not just on the outside. Throughout the colder months, there are measures you can take to protect your vehicle’s interior. Follow these tips to help protect your cabin this winter.
Think of your seats
Your vehicle’s seats can take a beating during colder weather, whether it’s the snow and salt you track in from outside or simply lower temperatures. To help keep them in tip-top condition, consider getting water-resistant seat covers if you have cloth upholstery. If you have leather seats, make sure you use leather wipes to minimize the chance that they crack when the temperature drops.
Cover your carpets
Road salt, slushy snow, and mud are all common throughout Elizabethtown’s winters. Instead of vacuuming every week, cover your carpet with floor mats. These rubber mats are easy to wash off and can be removed to do so.
Throw out your trash
It can be difficult to find the time to clean out your car in the winter. After all, who wants to spend too much extra time out in the cold? To avoid collecting trash without meaning to, purchase a car-friendly trash can to help your car stay tidy.
For more tips on how to keep your car in tip-top shape this winter, feel free to contact us here at Hardin County Honda.
Honda is taking the Civic’s style to a new level. The carmaker recently revealed the all-new 2022 Honda Civic prototype on Twitch, using the platform as a way of highlighting its full redesign, both inside and out.
As the 11th generation Civic, the 2022 model builds on its legacy of providing powerful, exciting performance to the compact car segment. Its design reflects some classic Civic touches, including a low, wide stance, a low beltline, bolder details, and a spacious cabin.
Inside, the Civic’s cabin is welcoming and sophisticated. It uses minimal cut lines and breaks to allow the driver to have clear visibility. A honeycomb mesh accent on the dashboard adds flair to the interior while also concealing the air vents to keep the dashboard from looking too busy.
The 2022 Civic will also come with new technologies. For instance, the digital dash is a high-tech way to get important driving information, such as your speed. You will also get a new 9-inch touch-screen infotainment display.
You will also get the most advanced safety technology with the 2022 Civic. This model comes with not only an upgraded Honda Sensing® suite, but also new airbag designs to help you feel confident behind the wheel.
The all-new 2022 Civic will arrive at Hardin County Honda in Elizabethtown in the late spring of 2021, so make sure you stop in to see it then.