We live in a fast-paced and material world. We are obsessed with instant gratification and owning the latest products.
Buying a new smartphone today we immediately start looking forward to upgrading to the next generation model. The same goes for cars. You have probably heard from various drivers that their favorite car is “their next” one.
It is time we put an end to this need for material things: the need to get better phones, better clothes, better cars. The list could go on and on. It gets tiring after a while, doesn’t it? We can’t keep up. Neither can our bank accounts.
So how can we stop the consumerism habit? How can we break the cycle that keeps us needy for new things all the time? The good start would be learning to appreciate the things we already have.
Don’t leave your Honda behind
If you are a Honda owner thinking about buying a new car ask yourself: Do I really need to buy that new car? Do I really NEED it? The truth is… you don’t.
But what if you are about to move to a new city or state? You must be thinking about what to do with your Honda. Should you sell it and buy a new car? Should you move and leave the car behind?
There are so many reasons why you shouldn’t leave your Honda behind. Let’s find out what is so great about this brand and why it is a good choice. While we are at it, let’s also take a look at some of the most popular Honda models and see what makes them so desirable to many.
Over the years, Honda has won the hearts of millions of people all over the world. Since 2001, Honda Motors has been the second-largest automobile manufacturer in Japan.
In 2015, this high-quality automaker became the world’s eighth largest automobile manufacturer. Honda gained popularity when it started to manufacture reliable and economical vehicles.
What makes Honda cars so reliable?
Reliability is one of Honda’s key strengths. But the quality culture of this car manufacturer goes way beyond reliability. What differentiates Honda from other automakers is its determination in incorporating the latest technological advances and commitment to understanding its customers’ needs. The hard work of people behind this brand is also another key strength of Honda Motors.
Designed to last
Honda’s focus is not to make their cars as beautiful, sexy, and fast as other manufacturers aim to. The company is committed to making its cars as reliable as possible.
When it comes to power output, Honda has a different philosophy than most car manufacturers. To decrease engine “stress”, Honda has protected its car engines from being used to their full potential, hence preventing premature wear of each engine’s components.
Every time Honda introduces a new model to the market, it makes sure to stay true to its philosophy. The newest changes that outperform existing systems do not affect other systems of the car.
Best technology integration
Honda is well-known for integrating some of the best technologies in their cars. Its I-VTEC technology, for instance, controls the valve timing and Lift Control system to ensure better engine performance.
The automaker uses high-quality materials and high-class technology in all their models as well. Honda engine design is very simple but the technology behind it is what makes the cars stand out.
Focus on customer satisfaction and safety
This Japanese corporation takes customer satisfaction and safety very seriously. Its VSA Technology (Vehicle Stability Assist) is meant to reduce and even stop any accidents that may occur due to natural reasons or drivers’ negligence.
Honda cars stand out thanks to their unique design and high comfort levels. These vehicles are known to last forever. The top-notch manufacturing methods and superior quality control are what makes Honda cars last longer. They offer smooth drives and internal balance. No wonder why so many people have fallen head over heels for this brand.
A workforce that takes pride in their work
Since the beginning, Honda was known for its great internal culture. Honda management and assembly line workers have always been able to communicate freely on a daily basis. The company has been promoting an environment where everyone’s opinion matters, no matter the title.
The workforce behind the brand is what makes Honda cars so special. Honda workers at all levels are encouraged to challenge the status quo, thus constantly refining production processes and optimizing final product performance.
All these factors have helped Honda become a solid car brand who produces reliable and mechanic friendly cars.
Most popular Honda models
Over the years, Honda has introduced a handful of models. NY Daily News has compiled a list of 10 Best Hondas of all time that have made a difference. It based the list on these simple rules: “Be a bestseller, a trend-setting innovator, a design leader, or a performance superstar.”
Here are the top 10:
- 1964 Honda S600
- 1973 to 1979 Honda Civic
- 1976 Honda Accord
- 1983 to 1987 Honda Prelude
- 1988 to 1991 Honda CRX
- 1997 to 2001 Honda CR-V
- 1999 Honda Odyssey
- 1999 to 2006 Honda Insight
- 2004 to 2008 Honda S2000
- 2008 Honda FCX Clarity
Shipping your Honda
Leaving a car behind or, in other words, getting rid of it isn’t always the best solution.
Remember why you bought this car in the first place. Remember how great it is not only as an everyday driver but also as a long-distance trip car. Look back at all the great memories you made with it. All the enjoyable experiences you’ve had throughout the years.
No matter where you move, we are sure you are going to need your Honda there. That is why the best solution would be to ship it to your new destination. The process of shipping your car is not complicated. Everyone these days is shipping their cars across the country, so can you.
It doesn’t matter if you are moving from the West Coast to the East Coast, from Michigan to Florida, or anywhere else in the country. Corsia Logistics vehicle relocation experts will go the extra mile for you as they do for every customer.
If you have any questions about how to transport your car, please let us know. We will be happy to walk you through every step of the car shipping process.