Honda Reliability

July 10th, 2018 by

2018 Honda Accord Touring Downtown

Honda reliability is the stuff of legend. Back in the 1970s and 1980s, Honda was one of the first manufacturers to place reliability and resale value among their top priorities. Today, their cars, trucks, and SUVs are still made to last, and thanks in part to new built-in features like Honda Maintenance Minder, they’ve retained a significant edge over most competitors. Their drivetrains are as dependable as they come, and since Honda vehicles also offer the latest in technology, comfort, and safety features, they can offer all-around reliability for years down the road.

The Longest Lasting Cars from Honda

It’s no surprise that three 2018 Honda vehicles made Consumer Report’s list of the “Top 10 Cars Proven to Get 200,000 Miles and Beyond.” When looking for a vehicle to last, start out by exploring the:

  • Honda CR-V: This solid crossover is known for its roomy cabin and competent handling. Enjoy a standard 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay™ on EX trims and above.
  • Honda Civic: This classic Honda model offers ample space for a smaller sedan. Check out the Sport version if you are looking for a four-door hatchback or the the Si version if you want some added performance.

Consider a Certified Pre-Owned Honda

Although new vehicles will always offer superior reliability, drivers in the Monroe area don’t have to pay new car prices to drive a vehicle they can depend on. All vehicles in the Honda CPO program must pass a 182-point inspection before they are certified, and those that pass the tests will enjoy superior protections, including a 7-Year/100,00-mile powertrain warranty. Even compared to other CPO programs, the advantage offered by Honda is clear, so take a look at our CPO inventory before making a selection.

Get a Honda You Can Rely on at Genthe Honda

Choose one of the cars or SUVs listed above, and feel confident that you’re wisely investing in Honda reliability. Check out our finance center to getting qualified for a reliable car today at Genthe Honda near Taylor.

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