Honda Auto Repair

 

Jennifer's - Honda Auto Sales & Auto Repair


Jennifer's Auto Sales and Service offers sales and services on Hondas! Jennifer's Auto Sales and Service has a large full-service Honda auto repair center with ASE technicians who specialize in Honda. If your Honda has a warranty contract, Jennifer's Auto Sales and Service will very likely honor it! So, if you have a Honda Civic, Accord, CR-V, Pilot, or any other Honda model, Jennifer's Auto Sales and Service ASE certified technicians can help you.  


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The History of Honda


In 1948, the Honda Motor Company was formally established by Soichiro Honda and Takeo Fujisawa, first making motorcycles. Honda didn't reach the United States until June 11, 1959, when the first overseas subsidiary of Honda was established in Los Angeles, California. In less than a decade, Honda perfected motorcycle design and engineering, leading them to sell their millionth motorcycle in 1968. In the year 1969, Honda sold their first automobile in the United States, the Honda N600. In 1974, Honda met the cry of "Blue skies for our children" by engineering a CVCC engine that made the Honda Civic the first vehicle to meet the strict emissions standards of the new US Clean Air Act. In 1978, the Honda Accord was released, marking the beginning of the best-selling passenger car in America, selling over 12.5 million in the country. In December of 1999, the Honda Insight is released, the first hybrid vehicle available in North America. In 2014, the 10 millionth Honda Accord is built in North America and celebrates a total US production of 20 million Honda and Acura vehicles. Honda is still thriving today with many of its automobiles being awarded accolades such as Car of the Year and Truck of the Year in North America. 


Hondas of the Past


Since the beginning of Honda, they have released a wide variety of vehicles that have hit the open roads. Many are still available today, but some are no longer here due to certain reasons. Here are some of the best Hondas of the past:


Honda CR-Z


In 2011, Honda introduced the CR-Z, a combination of a hybrid vehicle and a sports car. Its compact size and strong handling made it a solid choice from Honda, but it never quite lived up to performance expectations and it caused sales to drop. After 5 years, the CR-Z was discontinued in 2016. 


Honda Element


In 2008, Honda released the Element, a compact crossover SUV. One of Honda's more versatile vehicles, it was overshadowed by Honda's CR-Vs. This is because the Element was a niche vehicle meant more for hikers and dog lovers while most consumers wanted a smaller SUV. This led to the Element being discontinued in 2011. 


Honda S2000


In 1999, the Honda S2000 was released. It was an open-top sports car that ended up being very desirable due to its small production numbers and Honda's reputation for making dependable cars. This made the S2000 a bit more expensive and in 2009, it was discontinued due to slow sales. 


Honda's Current Options


Today, Honda has a lineup filled with dependable and reliable vehicles that will fulfill drivers' wants and needs. Here is what Honda currently offers today: 


Honda HR-V


The versatile HR-V has a sporty exterior combined with a spacious interior. Along with the versatility, the Honda HR-V is also innovative, with available features such as Apple CarPlay and Real-Time AWD. The HR-V is also fuel-efficient, getting 28 MPG in the city and 34 MPG on the highway! 


Honda CR-V 


The Honda CR-V continues to set the standard for SUVs with its sporty exterior and spacious, comfortable interior. The CR-V has a wide range of features that include the Blind Spot Information System and available AWD. The Honda CR-V has many different editions, including hybrid options! 


Honda Pilot


The Honda Pilot has aggressive styling from front to back, making it an eye-catching vehicle. One of Honda's more spacious vehicles, the Pilot is able to seat eight and has multiple seating configurations in order to maximize comfortability while on the road. The Honda Pilot can tackle the harshest of terrain, being thoroughly tested at the Automotive Enviro Testing facility in Baudette, Minnesota. 


Honda Passport


The Passport is your best friend when going on adventures as it is equipped with ample cargo space and hidden storage compartments. Its 280-horsepower V-6 engine and available torque-vectoring AWD makes it possible to journey over the most adverse road conditions. The Passport also has available features such as Apple CarPlay, Cross Traffic Monitoring, and a Blind Spot Information System.


Honda Civic Sedan


The aggressive lines and refined features on the exterior of the Civic Sedan make it stand out among the crowd. The ride in this car will be very comfortable with available heated seats and an available 60/40 split fold-down rear seatback. Its 174 horsepower, fully independent suspension, and available paddle shifters make the driving experience even more exhilarating. The Civic Sedan has available Honda LaneWatch, giving you a peace of mind when on the road. 


Honda Insight


The Honda Insight has amenities such as a power moonroof, heated front seats, and remote engine start, making it a very sophisticated vehicle. The Insight has an intelligent, highly advanced hybrid powertrain that received a 55 MPG city rating, giving the driver an extremely fuel-efficient car. The Walk Away Auto Lock and Blind Spot Information System make the Insight a very safe vehicle both when driving and taking a break. 


Honda Accord


The Accord boasts a modern and sophisticated look for a sedan with kinetic body lines and sleek wheel designs. It has a wireless phone charger and other accessories in the interior such as all-season floor mats, a one-touch power moonroof, and dual-zone climate control. The 1.5L VTEC turbocharged engine gives the Accord great power as it boasts 192 horsepower and 192 pound-feet of standard torque. 


Honda Civic Si Sedan


The Civic Si Sedan from Honda will be hard to miss with its sport bumper, red Si badge, and gloss-black grille. You'll notice the 205 horsepower in the 6-speed transmission with that first tap of the gas pedal. The steering wheel-mounted controls and sport pedals make the driving experience one you will never forget. It also boasts features such as Apple CarPlay, a 450-watt audio system, and Honda LaneWatch. 


Honda Clarity 


The Honda Clarity is an extremely efficient vehicle, flexing a 47 electric and 340 combined EPA range rating. The Clarity also has beautiful styling with its unique full LED headlights and a spacious, premium interior. It has intuitive technology throughout such as a display audio touch-screen and a multi-angle rearview camera that will provide you with a fantastic driving experience. 


Honda Fit


The Honda Fit is a small car, but it has a big attitude with the right mix of modern sport styling and aerodynamic efficiency. The Fit can seat up to five people and the ride will be even more comfortable with the available leather-trimmed seating. The Bluetooth streaming audio will give you a thrilling driving experience through its available 180-watt, 6-speaker audio system. 


Honda Civic Hatchback


LED Daytime Running Lights and 18-inch alloy wheels give the Civic Hatchback a style that is noticeable from every angle. The 174-horsepower turbocharged engine is combined with a 6-speed manual transmission and paddle shifters to give drivers a great time behind the wheel. The Civic Hatchback's 31 city MPG and 40 highway MPG make it a very fuel-efficient vehicle as well. 


Honda Civic Type R


Designed to make a powerful statement, the Civic R Type has a head-turning style and an aerodynamic design. The turbocharged and intercooled 2.0L VTEC engine gives out 306 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque making it a very strong vehicle. The Civic Type R is very high-tech with compatibility to smartphones through the 7-inch Display Audio touchscreen. 


Honda Civic Coupe


This two-door car from Honda has sophisticated body lines and a sleek profile that makes it a head-turning vehicle. The Civic Coupe has leather-trimmed seats, heated front seats, and an easy to read drive information interface that makes the interior both comfortable and innovative. Along with that, the Civic Coupe is also powerful, equipped with a turbocharged engine that gets 174 horsepower. The Multi-Angle Rearview Camera and Honda LaneWatch gives the driver peace of mind while on the roads. 


Honda Odyssey 


The Honda Odyssey has been redesigned to combine a modern style with family fun. It offers premium refinements throughout the cabin along with available features such as CabinWatch and Magic Slide 2nd-row seats. The Odyssey has 158 cubic feet of total cargo space and removable 2nd row seats to give you as much space as you need. A built-in Wi-Fi hotspot and Apple CarPlay make the car experience fun for all involved. 


Honda Ridgeline 


The Honda Ridgeline gives you the functionality of a truck with upscale amenities inside and out. It can seat up to five and the leather-trimmed interior makes for a comfortable ride. The Ridgeline shows off its power with a 280-horsepower V-6 engine capable of towing up to 5,000 pounds. The AWD system makes it possible to tackle all terrains and the scratch-resistant bed can carry all the gear you want.