In these economic hard times one car maker is leading the pack: Honda is outselling all the other leading brands, foreign and American in a gas-price obsessed world. Leading the pack among Honda is the Honda Civic for 2008.
Car buyers have a lot to like in the Honda Civic. Honda, long known for its impeccable fit and finish and engine reliability is now a frontrunner in the all-important miles per gallon game as well. What’s not to like? The Honda Civic for 2008 is fuel-efficient, has great performance, it has a roomy, refined interior and gets excellent ratings in crash tests. It was in 1973 that the Honda first introduced America to the little Civic subcompact sedan. Back then it was advertised as a basic urban transportation car that would get you from here to there on just drops of gas. In the early 1970’s, gas supplies were also short, lines at the neighborhood pumps were long. Some 35 years later the Civic once again comes to the aid of the American driver straddled by astronomical gasoline prices unheard of in earlier times.
The Honda Civic comes in a variety of body styles, from a traditional sedan to a sporty coupe. Having grown up from its tiny subcompact image of the 1970’s, Honda Civic today is a roomy, stylish, and technologically superb sedan. From the bare basic DX model all the way up to the deluxe EX, Honda makes choosing the Civic right for you an easy affair. Honda Motor is even offering a more refined choice for the discriminating Civic driver. This year you can order the Honda Civic SI, Hybrid, and GX models. The SI delivers one of the most sporty small cars on the American road today. But if it’s long distance mileage you’re after, the Honda Civic Hybrid is the compact for you. With highway driving the ’08 Civic Hybrid can achieve 40-plus m.p.g. in real world driving. That kind of mileage is a critical gas saver at the pumps at a time when a tank of gas is costing consumers more than $4.00 a gallon. The “GX” model is a very different kind of Hybrid. The Civic GX runs on natural gas and can be fueled at home via a special “Phill” hook-up. While the GX is the most expensive of the Civic models, it remains the cleanest burning, “greenest” vehicle out there today.
Come to Tempe Honda in the Tempe Auto Complex near the intersections of I-10 and Elliot Road, to take a test drive in America’s most popular selling car. Tempe Honda at 8030 S. Autoplex Drive, has many body styles of the popular Civic in stock and ready to test drive. You can also take a test ride in the 2008 Honda Accord, it’s slightly bigger brother, or even a fuel efficient Ridgeline or SUV depending on your tastes.
The friendly professionals at Tempe Honda boast the best customer service in the state along with a huge parts department and strong dedication to enhancing customer satisfaction during and after the sale. Tempe Honda is so successful because of repeat customers, a stateof-the-art showroom facility, a no-pressure way of earning your business, and a very professional and highly certified technical staff.
Come by Tempe Honda today and take a test ride in America’s hottest selling car, the 2008 Honda Civic. Don’t you think it’s time to trade in your large gasguzzler for a fuel-efficient, money saving, and roomy Honda?
Give them a call at (480) 893-7900 0r visit their website at www.tempehonda.com today!