Revving up for a busy year
With some of the most popular vehicles in North America on their lots, it is no wonder the people at Hawkesbury Honda are always busy.
The Civic, named the 2016 North American Car of The Year, and the CR-V, offering “less buck, more bang,” are among the hottest models on the continent.
Spring is the time car sales go into overdrive.
The Hawkesbury Honda location on County Road 17 is rolling out several promotions, including a “Win Your Purchase” offer and a draw on a lawn mower.
With 125 new and used cars, the dealership has a wide selection of vehicles.
Plus, there is a detailing department that can respond to the tastes and needs of every customer.
A member of the Gagné Group, which includes seven dealers in the region, Hawkesbury Honda offers a complete lineup of new and used vehicles.
The Civic has been the best selling passenger car for the past 17 years.
“Roomy and refined interior wrapped in sleek and sporty new body,” is how Honda Canada describes the model.
Delivering a new level of style, sporty driving performance, technological sophistication and value, the new 2016 Civic Coupe went on sale in March.
Following the highly successful introduction of the 2016 Civic Sedan, named Canadian Car of the Year and the Canadian Automotive Journalists Best-of-the-Best, the Civic Coupe includes many of the same attributes in a more personal and enthusiast oriented two-door body style.
Virtually everything about the 2016 Civic Coupe is new – allnew vehicle architecture, sporty and sophisticated new interior and exterior styling, a more spacious and high-quality cabin, two advanced new engines, and a host of new premium features and technologies. Further, with the addition of Honda Sensing safety and driver-assistive technologies available on the LX CVT and EX-T trims (standard on the Touring) and the first application of Honda turbo engine technology to EXT and above trims, the 2016 Civic Coupe offers buyers a wider range of options than ever before, each a high-value proposition.
In April, Honda Canada reported a sales increase of 11 per cent in March, on sales of 16,355 units by the Honda and Acura divisions combined, breaking an eight-year-old monthly record.
The company expects a further surge in sales with the latest addition to the Civic lineup.
Honda Accord, CR-V and Pilot all posted double-digit gains over 2015 results for the second month in a row.