Archive for October, 2014

Finally, More CR-V

Monday, October 6th, 2014
The 2016 Honda HR-V

2015 Honda CR-V

After continual speculation and waiting for information on the 2015 Honda CR-V, some actual numbers are being released out into the wild. Some reviewers have even had the chance to drive it. So far first impressions are all good. The compact SUV has been given a facelift, but that’s one of the smallest changes with this mid-cycle refresh for the CR-V. (more…)

The Best is….

Monday, October 6th, 2014

Great Honda Cars

There has always been and will always be a debate over what the best car ever made is, was or will be. There are so many different styles of vehicles and purposes for each one that a there are a number of suggestions for people to throw out there. To narrow it down, we’re going to talk about some of the great Honda cars that have been made over the years and some of the ones that have yet to come. (more…)

Your Car Is the Chauffeur, Well, In 2020

Friday, October 3rd, 2014


Self-Driving Car

Staying ahead in the world of technology and innovation is important for any automaker. Honda has always taken strides to make this possible. And now they have introduced a prototype for a self-driving car. Using a mixture of cameras and lasers the car continual checks to make sure that it stays within the lanes and away from other vehicles and objects. The car will be able to safely drive on the highway using a previously mapped course and will also follow the speed limit. (more…)

How to Get Unstuck

Wednesday, October 1st, 2014


How do I Get My Car Out of the Snow

It has been known to snow more than a few inches at a time in the areas surrounding Denver. Though there are many who get excited about this and try to get moving right away to enjoy the fresh piles of fluffy white, it is important to keep some things in mind before jumping in your car and turning on the engine. Your vehicle could very well be stuck in the snow. So take a second and check your car so you can ask how do I get my car out of the snow instead of the situation turning into another question mark.