Honda first entered the American marketplace 60 years ago by introducing their 2-wheeler vehicles to the public. In 1959, after Honda opened its first foreign subsidiary in Los Angeles to sell its popular motorcycles, the company started transforming the American car market by repainting its fleet of Chevrolet pickups used to deliver the motorcycles to local dealers. Passenger car sales would soon follow by 1970 with the Honda N600, a small front-engine, front-wheel drive, 2-seater. A few years later, in 1973, the Honda Civic gained popularity as a fuel-efficient solution to the 1970s oil crisis. Then in 1982, the Honda Accord became the first ever Japanese vehicle built in the USA at its factory in Marysville, Ohio.


Through all of the years, the company’s fuel-efficient and dependable options have expanded to satisfy the desires of all kinds of drivers. Their selection of vehicles now includes an array of hybrids. If you’re looking to speed through the freeways, the various 2019 Honda Civic engines and models go from a modest 2.0L to a turbocharged VTEC engine. Prefer something spacious and safe for the family? The 2019 Honda Odyssey minivan features seating for up to 8-occupants. Are you looking to announce your arrival to the executive suite? The midsize 2019 Honda Accord sedan blends sophistication with dependability.

2019 Honda Odyssey

The best way to experience what Honda has to offer is to come down and visit one of your local South Florida Honda Dealers and take one out for a test drive today.