Honda Clarity Plug-In and Clarity Electric Unveiled

“Electrification is the future of mobility and the future of Honda, and it all starts now with this new Clarity series.” –Steve Center, VP of Connected & Environmental Business Development, American Honda Last month at the 2017 New York International Auto Show, Honda unveiled the remaining two vehicles in its 3-vehicle Clarity series—the Clarity Plug-in…

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Coming Soon: 2017 Honda Civic Type R

In late spring, the all-new Honda Civic Type R will go on sale and boy are we excited. This six-speed manual transmission—manual only, no automatics for the Civic Type R—gets its power from a 2.0-liter, turbocharged I4 engine to put out 306 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque. Available only as a hatchback, the Civic…

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The Honda Accord – 40 Years and Going Strong

It’s a New Year and there’s a lot to celebrate–like over 40 years of one of the most beloved vehicles of all time, the Honda Accord! In 1954 when my father opened for business he had no way of knowing how his motorcycle shop would evolve into a full blown car dealership stocking 600 cars…

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The Future Is Coming…

The Clarity Fuel Cell Arrives this Winter If you’re looking for a fuel efficient vehicle that doesn’t compromise on style, safety and comfort, then I’ve got the car for you. It’s Honda’s Clarity Fuel Cell, the first of three vehicles debuting in the Clarity family. This sedan has beauty and brains, and arrives at Dublin…

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The All New 2017 Honda Civic Hatchback: “The Hatch is Back!”

For the longtime Honda purists who miss the ever-popular Honda Civic Hatchback, first introduced back in 1972, as well as the adventure-minded Millenials who value versatility, the re-introduction of the hatchback to the Civic model lineup is very exciting news. Dublin Honda is pleased to let Northern California Honda shoppers know that the first shipment…

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The 2017 Honda Ridgeline: Way More Than A Truck

I liked the original Honda Ridgeline when it debuted in 2005. I appreciated all that it had to offer but understood two things: 1) timing was tough because gas prices were climbing at a rate that made trucks less appealing, and 2) traditional truck buyers were going to have a difficult time accepting some of…

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