The Real Deal is more than just a great price on a new Honda, it’s a fun, fast, easy and transparent buying experience. Here’s how it works:
We do an extensive survey of the local market on how other dealers are pricing their cars, we check several 3rd party sites such as Edmunds True Market Value pricing and KBB Fair Purchase Price, and we use all of this information from the market to help us come up with the Real Deal Price.
The Transparent Process:
Once we have set our Real Deal Price, we make it really easy to get a no need to haggle price from the comfort of your own home or here on our lot. We post the Real Deal price clearly marked on every new vehicle on the lot and on our website. We want our shopping experience to be just as easy and straight forward as our buying process. Our sales people are paid the same no matter which car you buy so finding you the right vehicle to fit your needs and ensuring your satisfaction is their top priority.
After the sale:
We have a very well trained service staff prepared to assist with any needs you may have. We also make it as convenient as possible to service your vehicle with a great fleet of loaner vehicles so you don’t need to sit around and wait. We also offer great specials every month to help you save money!
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Shocks & Struts Replacement
How Will I Know My Honda’s Shocks & Struts Are Bad?
Your car or truck will give you some warning signs, letting you know it might need to have its shocks and struts replaced. Is your Honda driving differently than normal? If your vehicle is riding poorly – bouncier and less controlled – if it’s nose diving when you brake or swaying excessively, then there’s a good chance your car or truck needs new shocks and struts.
How Often Should I Replace My Shocks & Struts?
Shock and strut replacements are part of any normal and routine maintenance program. Ensuring this part of your vehicle is in proper working order will help your Honda live longer, handle better, and promote safety. You should consult the maintenance guide for your specific vehicle to determine the proper recommendations for replacement. You should always pay attention to how your vehicle handles as wear and tear depend on how your vehicle operates. Every vehicle is different, but as a rule of thumb shocks and struts typically need to be replaced between every 50,000 to 80,000 miles.