Up for sale is my wife's CRV I bought it for her last year but she want to get the new beetle !!!!!!
* The car is in Brand new condition inside and out.
* Zero Scratches or dings.
* I always keep it inside the Garage.
* Rear entertainment System DVD Player makes it real fun for kids, it comes with a Honda bluetooth wireless headphone and a remote control for the DVD system.
* EXL fullyyyyyyyyy Loaded all the options you can get in this car.
* Tires are still new, like 90%.
* Bluetooth System which sync with your phone wireless for music as well as phone system.
* Rubber cargo mat , cargo area cover. all original honda accessories .
* USB charger in center console
* Rear view camera
* Heated seats
* Power driver seats
* All oil changes have been done on Honda Dealership, receipts are all available in glove compartment
* Very powerful car, smooth, strong, GREAT in gas
* All original keys from Honda, including master key, spare key and main key. (also the original tag from Honda that came with car)
* Car has all original books, manuals and all paper work from Honda
* Please check my feedback
* If you have any questions feel free to email me I will be happy to answer any questions about the car
The car has extented warranty bumper to bumper for 100 thousand miles 8 years by honda i bought this warranty thinking my wife will keep it for more than a year and yes the warranty is transferable to the next owner.
my loose is your gain i paid $35k to get this car and the warranty, usually honda comes in with 3 years 36k miles warranty only .
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My very first turn at the handlebars of a motorcycle came courtesy of an MSF Honda CB125. Despite the fact that it wore a very stern sticker on the tank warning all who rode that it was for instructional purposes only and not for legal sale, I wanted nothing more than to ride it past the cones of my license test and straight home. There was just something about the lightweight, low-power machine that just felt right. Now Honda is giving American buyers the chance to take home something similar. Meet the Grom. Yes, it's basically a sexed-up scooter, but that's fine by me.
There's a fuel-injected 125cc single pushing the fat-tired bike around, and a four-speed gearbox handles shifting duty.The smallish 12-inch wheels give the Grom a bit of a goofball appearance, but the handsome bodywork and gold forks help offset the look. Something tells me this joker is more fun than should be legal. Check out a fun video of the bike in action by scrolling down, and while you're there, you'll find a full press release on all of the new Honda powersports models, including the Grom. You can also head over to the Honda consumer site for more information. The bike will land in showrooms this August with an MSRP of $2,999.
It's always fun to cruise different global eBay Motors sites and check out the cars that we never got here. Thankfully, America's 25-year import limit on cars means that some of the rarities from the 80s are finally legal on these shores. This 1985 Honda City Turbo II is a great example of a fun, little car that we never got new but can be made legal here now.
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Honda first showed the Micro Commuter, a so called super-urban vehicle, in November. Like the Renault, it features a 1+1 setup, meaning there's a central seat up front and a small backseat behind it. Honda has designed the tandem runabout for versatility, featuring a body that can be adapted for everything from child hauling to elderly passengers.
A rear-mounted electric motor draws power from a 15-kilowatt, lithium-ion battery, granting it a top speed of 50 miles per hour. With 37 miles of range, the Micro Commuter could be a neat urban solution. That said, these were figures that were announced in November, so we wouldn't be surprised to see them change as Honda gathers data from its new prototype testing program.