Improve Your Driving with HondaLink Driver Feedback System

2020 Honda Ridgeline Interior | Fayetteville, NC

If you’re looking to grow your driving skills, then Honda has an available service for you – the HondaLink Driver Feedback System. This system, which is available via the HondaLink app on your smartphone, gives you a set score for each drive you take, helping you keep track of your driving habits and improve them accordingly.

After each time you hit the road, the Driver Feedback System will give you a scorecard that looks at a range of factors, including trip distance, duration, speed, any hard brakes you made, and any moments of aggressive acceleration. The higher your score, the better your driving skills were on any given drive.

Along with drive-by-drive feedback, you will also receive a weekly report that summarizes your individual trip scores. If you get good positive ratings, you may even qualify for discounts on car insurance.

The following Honda models that are currently or were previously enrolled in the Security, Remote, or Concierge packages will have access to the HondaLink Driver Feedback System:

  • 2018 and newer Accord Touring
  • 2018 and newer Odyssey Touring
  • 2019 and newer Insight Touring
  • 2019 and newer Passport Touring
  • 2019 and newer Pilot Touring/Elite

You can discover more about this feature – and more about other helpful technologies that Honda has to offer – when you contact us at Bryan Honda in Fayetteville, NC.

2021 Honda Civic Type R Limited Edition Breaks Suzuka Track Record

2021 Honda Civic Type R | Fayetteville, NC

The all-new 2021 Honda Civic Type R Limited Edition is showing just how performance-oriented it is. This special-edition sedan recently set a new front-wheel-drive track record on the iconic Suzuka Circuit in Japan, highlighting its solid power and handling skills.

To set the new record, the Civic Type R Limited Edition achieved a lap time of two minutes and 23.993 seconds. This time was faster than the Ferrari F40 and only six seconds slower than the Nissan GT-R and Koenigsegg One:1.

The Suzuka track was first built as a testing facility for Honda vehicles, so it’s safe to say that the brand knows it well. This track is the only one on the Formula1 calendar to have a figure-eight configuration, making it 3.6 miles of challenge for professional drivers.

Honda has yet to release the Type R Limited Edition model in America, but it will be coming soon, only offering 600 units to consumers in this market. This special-edition model is built with speed in mind, using lightweight, forged aluminum BBS wheels and a significant reduction in overall weight to help increase its power. It also features Michelin® Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires and recalibrated steering to provide maximum control and feedback.

The 2021 Honda Civic Type R will launch in the US later this year. It has already been introduced in other markets, selling out in less than four minutes in Canada and the United Kingdom.

For information on when you can order your very own 2021 Honda Civic Type R Limited Edition, keep an eye on the Bryan Honda Blog.