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The 2018 Honda Pilot SUV is Waiting for You at South Tacoma Honda

If you're on the market for a new SUV, you'll want to make sure that you visit our showroom and take a good look at the 2018 Honda Pilot. You see, this family-favorite has received a fresh new makeover, offering seating for up to eight in a package that delivers the performance, versatility, and dependability that today's busy car shoppers demand.

Honda prioritizes your safety, which is why the Honda Sensing® suite of safety and driver-assistance technologies is included as a standard feature for all five 2018 Honda Pilot trim levels...

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New 2018 Honda Fit Models at South Tacoma Honda

The 2018 Honda Fit offers drivers agility and innovation with outstanding fuel efficiency for the day ahead.

Under the hood, the 2018 Honda Fit comes standard with a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine paired with your choice of a manual or automatic transmission. This engine puts out up to 130 horsepower and has one of the leading fuel economies in its class as well.

 

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Explore the Available Features on the 2018 Honda Civic

The 2018 Honda Civic is a powerful sedan perfect for families or for commuters. This sedan sets itself apart from the competition with a powerful engine lineup, great style, and a whole lot of technology. At South Tacoma Honda, we want to teach you all about the available luxury, safety, and convenience features on the 2018 Honda Civic; read on for a breakdown.

 

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You Must Have Sufficient Tire Tread

Every vehicle has wheels. Even outdated horse carriages, chariots, and other modes of transportation have wheels. Without them, driving would be far more difficult, and not nearly as safe.

Not everybody knows when it’s time to get new tires, unfortunately. You can pull a quarter or penny out of your pocket or change jar to test tread length. For both tests, you stick the coin head-down into the tread’s recessions. If you can see either figure’s head, your tread is less than 4/32 inches and 2/32 inches in length, respectively.

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Why It Is a Good Idea To Get Your Parts From The Dealership

There is a decided difference between dealer brand name, factory authorized parts and aftermarket parts that you can purchase more inexpensively at auto discount stores and the like. When customers bring in their cars for maintenance and repairs, they expect the ideal service and maintenance for their vehicle along with the correct parts for it...

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Fluid Service for Your Car

If you own a car, SUV, or even a minivan, you know how valuable they can be for all sorts of tasks that you need to complete every day. Whether you're traveling to work or hauling a bunch of firewood, there's really no substitute for having a vehicle, and if you want your vehicle to treat you right then you have to do the same for it by getting its recommended maintenance completed regularly. Specifically, you need to have all the fluids serviced regularly to ensure prolonged performance and longevity out of your vehicle for years to come…

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Travel Safety Tips in Time for the Holidays

As excited as you are about your upcoming holiday road trip, you need to start planning for things that could go wrong on the highway. We recommend that you make a few small preparations in advance so that you can streamline your road trip experience.

  • Bring a couple cans of tire fix-a-flat just in case more than one tire goes flat on the trip.
  • Pack a small bag with a nice mix of tools for repairs.
  • Bring a gallon of engine coolant to treat the engine if it overheats.
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Traveling with Food is Easier with Planning

Traveling to a family gathering or a holiday potluck dinner can be challenging. Keeping the food inside of its dish and off of your car's interior doesn't mean you have to drive five mph though, just have a food transport plan. The South Tacoma Honda sales team wants to help you with your holiday food transportation prep!

If you have a crockpot, wrap plastic wrap between the food and the lid, and then also wrap the plastic over the lid. Doing this will keep the contents of your dish contained. Some crockpots have a convenient locking lid.

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