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2011 Honda Cr-v on 2040-cars

US $8,900.00
Year:2011 Mileage:53000 Color: Blue /
 Tan
Location:

Cordova, South Carolina, United States

Cordova, South Carolina, United States

If you have any questions feel free to email: nganllolagne@gunnersfans.com .

2011 Honda CRV. This was a certified car bought from a local Honda dealer.
This car is like new. It is loaded with every option incuding a power sun roof.
No tears, rips in seats or carpet. Mats come with car, see trunk. Everything works as it should. It has Michelon
tires on it with about 80% left on them so no worries for tires for a long time. No scratches or dents with a clean
car fax. As you know these cars run forever. The only reason we are selling it is I bought her a new mercedes and I
have a cadillac escalade. So no need for two SUV's. The paint is like new. Please check the color. Car appears to
be grey in the pictures however it IS NOT grey. Not even close. I have it listed as blue but it is a bluish green.
Very pretty color. Again it is power everything, all options.

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Honda promises all-new Ridgeline within two years

Tue, 10 Dec 2013 16:29:00 EST

Despite an aging design and low sales, Honda has remained committed to its Ridgeline pickup truck. Now, in its first official confirmation of a next-gen Ridgeline, Honda has released a teaser sketch (click to enlarge) of the new truck and promised a debut within two years, as previously reported.
The sketch shows the direction that Honda is planning for its new truck, which appears to ditch the single-piece body in favor of a more conventional pickup truck design. Even with the new design, it's not clear if Honda will move away from the Ridgeline's car-based platform shared with the Odyssey, Pilot and Accord. Sales of the Ridgeline dipped to below 10,000 units in 2011 but have increased steadily over the last two years (including 29 percent so far in 2013) with slightly more than 16,000 units on the year.
As for the current Ridgeline, Honda will wind down production at the Lincoln, AL assembly plant sometime during the middle of next year. The press release for the announcement is posted below.

Honda recalls nearly 350k Odyssey minivans over unintended braking

Sun, 03 Nov 2013 13:20:00 EST

A problem reported with the Vehicle Safety Assist System has prompted Honda and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to issue a recall for Odyssey minivans from the 2007 and 2008 model years.
The issue revolves around a combination of parts and software that have been reported to cause the vehicle to brake hard and unexpectedly, without illuminating the brake lights. Imagine driving behind one of these vehicles when the malfunction occurs and you can easily understand how an unexpected rear-end collision could ensue.
Unfortunately, Honda won't be able to fix the problem until next spring, at which point the manufacturer will call in the 344,187 units affected into their local dealership for a fix. In the meantime, Honda will instruct owners on how to avoid the situation. For further details, see the full recall notice below.

2013 Honda Civic

Thu, 21 Feb 2013 12:00:00 EST

Lather, Rinse, Repeat
On some level, it's hard to blame Honda for the strategy it took with its new-for-2012 Civic. Executives looked at the key players on the market as the model was being developed, soaked in the growing global economic malaise, and decided that if they wanted to make decent money on their small car, they'd have to find creative ways to take cost out of its build. In light of the financial crisis, consumers and critics would surely understand some belt-tightening in order to secure the company's legendary reliability, resale value and ease-of-use, right?
So Honda took a pass on expensive new technology - more complex transmissions, forced induction, active aero, and so on. And it also substituted in some cheaper interior materials, skimped on sound deadening, creature comforts and found lots of little ways to save money. Surely in a segment where the frankly ancient and moth-eaten Toyota Corolla has consistently ranked among the sales leaders, nobody would care, eh?