Honda is lending a helping hand in this trying time. The brand recently announced its goal to help associates, customers, partners, and communities throughout the country with an initial donation of $1 million. This pledge will go towards food banks and meal programs across North America.
In addition to this promise, when a Honda associate donates to a local food program, the brand will match up to $1,000 for each individual gift.
“We are focusing our societal response on three vital and immediate human needs,” said Rick Schostek, Executive Vice President of Honda North America. “We are addressing food insecurity at a time when many families are struggling, investigating the potential to use our manufacturing know-how to produce medical equipment to help those battling COVID-19, and deploying our associate ‘virtual volunteers,’ to help people in need.”
Honda is also donating N-95 masks to healthcare providers and manufacturing protective face shields with repurposed 3D printers. The carmaker is even partnering with other companies to build critical medical equipment to help fight the disease.
And that’s not all. The brand has even set up a new temporary paid personal leave of absence program, which allows eligible associates to receive full pay for up to 10 non-production business days.
To learn more about how the entire Honda family — including everyone here at Bryan Honda — is working to keep you safe, give us a call today.
The 2020 Honda CR-V Hybrid might be new to the Honda lineup, but it’s a solid option if you want a ride that’s both family-friendly and efficient. Now available in dealerships across the United States with a starting MSRP of just $27,750, the CR-V Hybrid is available in four trim levels: LX, EX, EX-L, and Touring.
This hybrid crossover balances efficiency and power. Its two-motor hybrid system uses a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that allows it to get a total system output of 212 horsepower and 232 lb-ft of torque. With these numbers, the CR-V Hybrid is actually the most powerful of the entire CR-V lineup in addition to being the most efficient.
The 2020 CR-V Hybrid has an EPA-estimated fuel-efficiency rating of 40 mpg in the city and 35 mpg on the highway, which gives it a combined fuel-efficiency rating of 38 mpg.** It also comes standard with all-wheel drive and has three driving modes to choose from to suit your mood.
With the CR-V Hybrid, you will also get a range of standard features. This includes the Honda Sensing® suite of safety and driver-assistance technology, automatic climate control, LED headlights, a push-button start, smart entry, and automatic high beams.
To learn more about the powerful, efficient 2020 Honda CR-V Hybrid, please reach out to us here at Bryan Honda.
The 2020 sales year is continuing on solid footing for Honda. The carmaker recently published the Honda February sales, and it saw year-over-year increases all around. Its truck lineup, in particular, had its best February sales yet – and it’s likely only going to improve with the release of the first-ever 2020 Honda CR-V Hybrid, which arrived in dealerships on March 1st.
“These are challenging times for our industry and the world, so it’s gratifying to see our sales grow in February, led by strong demand for Honda light trucks, and Civic sales gains demonstrating once again that cars still matter,” said Steven Center, Vice President of the Auto Sales Division, American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
The Honda truck lineup saw an increase of 6.6 percent in its February year-over-year sales numbers. This was aided by the HR-V posting a new record with a 14.4 percent increase. The Ridgeline also saw a solid sales rise after going up 46.8 percent compared to last year’s sales, while the Odyssey led the minivan segment.
Other Honda models saw gains, too. This includes the Honda Civic, which saw a year-over-year February sales increase of 11.5 percent. The Accord Hybrid and Insight also posted sales bumps of 10.7 percent and 1.6 percent, respectively.
There was a total sales increase for American Honda of 4.2 percent in February, with a total of 120,006 vehicles with happy new drivers.
If you want to know what all the fuss is about, give us a call at Bryan Honda. One of our experts will be happy to discuss what makes Honda’s current lineup so appealing.
Honda reached a new milestone this year, and it’s decided to celebrate with more than just cake and candles. The Japanese carmaker recently celebrated its 60th anniversary in the United States, creating a display at this year’s SEMA Show that highlights the brand’s ability to be accessorized – and its appeal for outdoor and performance enthusiasts.
To celebrate Honda’s 60th anniversary in America, the brand’s display showcased both past and present vehicles. It highlighted the company’s “longstanding commitment to the enthusiast community.”
The display itself had ten models that had been modified to appeal to different fans. At the center of the SEMA Show lineup were two versions of the 2020 Honda CR-V. The first CR-V was based on the brand’s all-new CR-V Hybrid model. Called the “Do” Build by Jsport Performance Accessories, this hybrid was turned into a vehicle perfect for the “weekend warrior,” offering a roof rack, side steps, mountain bike rack, 1.5-inch lift kit, and all-terrain tires.
Another CR-V was also showcased, built with outdoor adventures in mind. The “Dream” build was also created by Jsport and offered camping comforts like a slide-out refrigerator and a clamshell-style rooftop tent.
Other featured models include a Ridgeline that was outfitted for rugged adventures, a Rally Passport with a performance focus, and multiple Civic Si models. There was even a 1968 S80 Coupe Outlaw, and a heritage Chevy truck that was used as a delivery truck after the company first opened for business in 1959.
A legacy as rich as Honda’s doesn’t develop without good reason. Join the family today at Bryan Honda.
At Bryan Honda, we are all about the customer experience. Welcoming in our customers with a smile, backing it up with good, fair deals, and keeping their vehicles running smoothly for years to come is what we’re all about. We like to call that the Bryan Honda advantage.
Here are just a few reasons to be a Bryan Honda customer, whether you’re looking for a new, certified pre-owned, or used vehicle under 100,000 miles:
We offer a lifetime engine warranty. That’s a value of $1,475.
We also include a complimentary protection package when you buy a new or used vehicle from our dealership, valued at $495.
You will get your first two years of maintenance for free when you service at Bryan Honda. This is worth $300.
Your vehicle purchase includes free state inspections for life, also valued at $300.
We even add a lifetime of complete front end alignment checks, a $295 value.
Bryan Honda also includes a complimentary key tag reminder system, which we’ve valued at $145.
Finally, we include complimentary shuttle service, with unlimited value.
Altogether, this amounts to $3,010 of total value when you buy from Bryan Honda instead of other Honda dealerships in the area. No one beats a Bryan Honda deal.
The new 2019 Honda Passport is on a mission to shake up the Honda SUV lineup — and it’s doing just that quite well. This new SUV, which sits between the compact CR-V and the three-row Pilot in size, combines a spacious interior with ample technology to make it a solid option in its segment. Here, we give you a look at what you can expect when you get the 2019 Passport.
For the 2019 model year, the Passport comes available in four trims: Sport, EX-L, Touring, and Elite. Each trim has their own exclusive wheel designs, black exterior accents, and aggressive styling that helps the Passport stand out from the other members of the Honda SUV lineup.
On the inside of the Passport, you will find enough seating for five people to stretch out without sacrificing cargo space. Triple-zone climate control will keep all passengers comfortable on the go, while the 50.5 cubic feet of storage space behind the rear seats give you room for all their gear. If you don’t have many passengers, you can fold down the rear seats to access this SUV’s maximum cargo capacity of 100.7 cubic feet — ample space for your camping equipment.
Technology-wise, you can opt for the available eight-inch touchscreen display, which gives you access to Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™. Bluetooth® comes standard, while other available tech includes wireless charging, a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot, and a 10-speaker premium sound system. The Passport also comes standard with the Honda Sensing® suite of safety technologies, helping you feel more confident behind the wheel.
Built in Alabama, the new 2019 Honda Passport is a truly family-friendly, fun-to-drive SUV. Give it a look at Bryan Honda!
You know that now is the time to trade in that old ride of yours for something a bit fresher. What you haven’t determined yet is whether you want something brand-new or just new-to-you. To figure out whether you should buy a new or used car, you have to ask yourself a few key questions.
How much can I spend? Making a budget is the first thing you should do when car shopping. Knowing how much you can afford every month will help you better decide if a new or used car is the best bet for your budget.
Do I need the latest technologies? If you buy a new Honda from Bryan Honda, you’re getting some of the latest technologies up for grabs, from infotainment and connectivity to safety with Honda Sensing®. While you may be able to find a great used or certified pre-owned vehicle with modern bells and whistles, you’ll need to decide what you can and can’t live without first.
Can I afford repairs sooner rather than later? If you buy a new Honda, you’re going to get plenty of coverage, including a 3-year/36,000-mile New Vehicle Limited Warranty and a 5-year/60,000-mile Powertrain Limited Warranty among others. A CPO will carry limited warranty coverage as well, but if you buy a used vehicle, you’ll be on the hook for any repair costs right out of the gate.
There are a lot of different ins and outs to consider when weighing your options between a new and used car. The experts at Bryan Honda will help you make the best decision for your circumstances and get you out of the showroom with a smile on your face.
Part of car ownership is taking care of your vehicle. There are a few things that should be done at the beginning of each season. The following are some spring car maintenance tips that will help you keep your car running as smoothly as possible as the weather warms up.
Spring clean, inside
and out. Give your car a good scrub down both in and out. Throw away any
trash you’ve gathered over the past cold months, vacuum, and wipe down the
inside. On the outside, make sure you wash and wax every inch — including the
Check your tires.
Warmer weather can cause the air in your tires to expand. This, along with an
abundance of potholes popping up as the weather gets warmer, can really do a
number on your tires. Check your tires’ pressure and tread. If their pressure
is outside of the manufacturer’s range – which can be found in your owner’s
manual — then fill or deflate your tires accordingly. Also, if the tread on
your tires are balding, make sure you get your tires replaced.
windshield wipers. After a harsh winter for North Carolina, your windshield
wipers have undergone a lot of pressure. Now that the weather’s warmer — and
getting rainier by the day — you should switch out your wipers for new ones. This
will make sure your visibility as you drive is the best it can be.
Remember routine maintenance.
Every few thousand miles, you should be getting your oil changed. If you put
this off during the cold weather of winter, now is the time to get your car’s
oil changed. It will keep your car running smoothly throughout the warmer
For the greatest peace of mind, you should leave spring maintenance to us. Schedule a service appointment at Bryan Honda and we’ll ensure your car gets the care it deserves.
Spring is finally here, which means it’s time to start thinking about where you can go to enjoy this season’s beautiful weather. At Bryan Honda, we would like to recommend heading over to Lake Rim Park, a lovely local park with a range of activities to enjoy.
Gather some friends and meet up at Lake Rim Park to enjoy some fun in the
beautiful spring weather. The park has a range of sport fields and courts,
ranging from tennis and sand volleyball courts to soccer and baseball fields. Whether
you’re playing a game of pickup or want to practice your penalty shot, this
park is a great place to do so.
With its location nestled next to Bone Creek, the park has plenty of natural
beauty to enjoy. Set out on one of its numerous walking trails, including the
one-mile border trail that goes through the wetlands. There is even a fresh
water marsh area that is home to a range of local flora and fauna, so keep an
eye out as you walk.
Have fun with your
kids. With multiple playgrounds available for kids of all ages, Lake Rim
Park is a good place to go if your kids need to run off some energy. The park
also has picnic areas and horseshoe pits so you can enjoy a cookout to make a
whole day of your visit there.
Before you head to Lake Rim Park for a nice picnic with family and friends, you’ll need a ride. Check out our roomy SUV, crossovers and the Sienna minivan at Bryan Honda.
With our close connection to Fort Bragg, Bryan Honda has a great appreciation for the people in the United States military. They put their lives on the line for our country — and we would like to thank them for their service. That’s why Bryan Honda is offering a Honda Military Appreciation Offer.
What is the Honda
Military Appreciation Offer?
This offer allows select U.S. military personnel and their
spouses to put $500 towards any Honda vehicle that is from the 2017 model year
or newer, as long as they finance or lease through Honda Financial Services
Who is eligible?
The following individuals are eligible for the Honda
Military Appreciation Offer:
Active-duty US military, including those in the
Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, National Guard, Coast Guard, and Active
Reserve, and their spouses
Active-duty US military Ready Reserve, including
inactive National guard, Individual Ready Reserve, and Selected Reserve, and
U.S. military veterans who are within 180 days
of separation from active service, and their spouses
U.S. military retirees from the aforementioned
branches and their spouses.
How do I get the
If you happen to meet the above criteria, you just need to
come into Bryan Honda, decide on the vehicle you want, and provide some
paperwork. This paperwork includes:
A Leave and Earnings Statement to prove your
Military ID and LES if you are a spouse looking
to access the offer
Honda Financial Services credit approval
Bryan Honda is always looking for ways to make buying a car
easier. Visit us today and ask about taking advantage of the Honda Military