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The light truck division of American Honda broke an annual record for sales with the best December in the company’s history. The three-row Pilot SUV showed a 54 percent jump in sales in December from the previous year, thanks to increased production in the Alabama production line. The CR-V is Honda’s best selling model, delivering almost 40,000 vehicles in December. The HR-V also set an annual record with more than 94,000 units delivered, up almost 15 percent from a year ago. “2017 was a terrific year for the Honda brand with the continued fortification of our light truck and passenger car lineups, and a new generation of electrified vehicles combining to reach a record number of new customers for a fourth consecutive year,” according to Honda VP Henio Arcangeli, Jr. “Eight all-new or refreshed product launches is an impressive achievement for any car company, but it put us in a strong, competitive position to maintain our unique commitment to retail sales to individual buyers.” See why Honda continues to be one of the most popular automakers in America by taking a trip to Chapman Honda in Tucson.

Passenger Car Division Also Strong

While the light trucks did a lot of the heavy lifting in terms of sales, the Honda passenger car division also made some noise. The popular Civic had a record annual sales performance, delivering 377,286 vehicles in 2017. The Accord, with a new turbo model arriving in showrooms, topped the 320,000 mark in sales for the year. The Honda Clarity Plug-in Hybrid is now being sold in all 50 states, marking Honda’s intention to compete in the electric vehicle market. Overall, the company had its best year ever with almost 1.5 million units delivered worldwide.

Insight Prototype Set to Debut

The future looks bright for Honda, with vehicles such as the all-new Honda Insight Prototype debuting at the Detroit North American International Auto Show this month. The Prototype Insight offers a preview of what to expect when the 2019 Insight hybrid hits the market later this year. It will be the fifth electrified vehicle that Honda has brought to the market in the past year, joining the Clarity fuel cell, electric and plug-in hybrid, as well as the Accord Hybrid. “The new 2019 Honda Insight signals we are entering a new era of electrification with a new generation of Honda products that offer customers the benefits of advanced powertrain technology without the traditional trade-offs in design, premium features or packaging,” Arangeli said. See what has the entire world excited about the Honda lineup when you visit Chapman Honda in Tucson.

Insight Prototype Offers Style, Technology

The vehicle that started the hybrid revolution is coming back in a big way. The Honda Insight Prototype debuts at the Detroit Auto Show in mid-January, featuring the latest in two-motor hybrid technology. It will be coming to Chapman Honda next summer as a 2019 model, the latest electrified vehicle in the Honda inventory. “With its sophisticated styling, dynamic stance, ample interior space and best-in-class performance, the all-new Insight embodies Honda’s approach to creating electrified vehicles without the typical tradeoffs,” according to Honda VP Henio Arcangeli, Jr. “You won’t have to be an electrification advocate to appreciate the new Insight – it’s a great car in its own right, independent of what’s happening under the hood.”

Insight Now in Third Generation

The very first incarnation of the Honda Insight was introduced in 1999, delivering up to 70 mpg on the highway to environmentally-conscious consumers. The Insight was redesigned in 2009, with a larger interior space and five doors for easy entrance and exit. The next version, coming this summer, is an entirely new take on a great idea. It delivers hybrid efficiency without the accompanying sacrifices. Powered by Honda’s hybrid system that utilizes two motors for maximum efficiency and power, it promises a fun-to-drive experience with room for five adults.

New Insight Fifth Electrified Vehicle

“At the 2017 North American International Auto Show, we announced our Honda Electrification Initiative with the intention to make two-thirds of Honda’s global vehicle sales electrified vehicles by 2030,” Arcangeli said. “With the Insight launching later in 2018 as the fifth electrified vehicle brought to market over the past year, we’re demonstrating our commitment to that goal.” Along with the new Insight, the redesigned 2018 Accord Hybrid will be coming to Chapman Honda in 2018. With a completely new design and estimated range of more than 600 miles, the new Accord Hybrid promises to be a refined, efficient and versatile vehicle that deliver the room and sophistication modern drivers crave.

2017 Accord Hybrid Ready to Go

The 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid is on the lot at Chapman Honda now and available for a test drive. With several different trim level offering different features and levels of luxury, the 2017 Accord Hybrid is the answer for people who need affordable and efficient transportation now. This model rates at 49 mpg in the city and 47 on the highway while delivering the dependability and dynamic driving experience that Honda customers have come to love.

When the 2018 Honda Accord Hybrid makes its first appearance in the showroom at Chapman Honda next spring, expect a refined, no-compromise vehicle with a totally new design and anticipated range of more than 600 miles. As impressive as the outside looks, the interior will be even more stunning with the use of upscale, soft-touch materials that create a sophisticated atmosphere. The new Accord Hybrid technology cup will be overflowing with both entertainment and safety options that are sure to make this newest entrant into the Accord lineup one of the most popular Hondas ever.

Regenerative Braking Keeps Energy Up

Honda has added four levels of regenerative braking to its new Accord Hybrid, allowing the driver to use the engine torque to not only slow the vehicle down but adds power back into the battery. Unlike some other hybrids, the use of a paddle shifter lets you temper the use of the regenerative braking depending on the speed and level of decline. Honda has mastered this technology to create a smooth, more pleasurable experience than other hybrids you might have driven. It provides a near-perfect braking experience that wastes as little energy as possible.

Honda Sensing Comes Standard

The intelligent Honda Accord Hybrid comes with a standard suite of Honda Sensing technologies designed to get you and your passengers to your intended destination all in one piece. The collision mitigation braking system warns you of a possible crash and then takes action to slow you down if you fail to act. Adaptive cruise control keeps a safe distance between you and the vehicle you’re following, slowing you down and even stopping to avoid a collision. Road departure mitigation, lane keeping assist and traffic sign recognition are other camera and sensor-driven features designed to provide you with safe travels.

Celebrate Happy Honda Days Now

If you can’t wait for the new Accord Hybrid to arrive, Chapman Honda is having a fantastic sale through the holidays where you can get 0.9 percent financing on select models and up to 90 days until the first payment is due. Qualified lessees can lease a 2017 Honda Pilot for just $319 a month. Need dependable transportation on a budget? If you qualify, the 2017 Honda Civic LX CVT is leasing for just $118 a month and the 2017 Honda HR-V LX 2WD CVT is available for a special $199 a month lease rate. Special conditions do apply, so stop by Chapman Honda today and make your Holidays a little brighter by taking home a brand-new Honda.

With five different trim levels offering a variety of standard features and options, the 2018 Honda Accord Sedan offers something for every desire and budget. With a starting price of just $23,570 and outstanding fuel efficiency that delivers 38 mpg on the highway and 30 mpg in the city, the new Honda Accord is the perfect midsize sedan for people who like comfort, dependability and a sporty design. All models include the Honda Sensing suite of driver assistance features that warn you of danger and then take action if you fail to respond. The Accord has been one of the most popular cars on American highways for decades. See why when you take a test drive at Chapman Honda.

Pick Your Trim Level for Special Features

Starting with the base LX model, the Honda Accord sedan offers standard features that are premium in most cars. Along with the Honda Sensing suite, the LX also has dual zone climate control, push button start and a multi-angle rearview camera. Spend a bit more for the Sport model and you get the ability to use a limited number of apps on your smartphone, along with a 12-way power driver seat and 19-inch alloy wheels. The EX model adds a power moonroof, heated front seats and an 8-inch audio touchscreen. The EX-L adds a leather trimmed interior to that package, along with driver seat memory, the availability of navigation and a killer 450-watt premium sound system. The top-of-the-line of the Accord lineup is the Touring model, with a heads-up driver display, wireless phone charging, ventilated front seats and an adaptive damper system that modifies the suspension based on road conditions and your driving habits.

Drive in the Lap of Luxury

Slide behind the wheel in your new Honda Accord and you’ll recognize the use of quality materials in an ergonomic design that makes driving a pleasant experience and not a chore. The design of the cabin is inspired by famous concert halls, delivering great visibility while enveloping you and your passengers in symphonic sound. Active noise cancellation works overtime to keep the noise of the outside world where it belongs, on the outside. Feel free to stretch out in the front or back seats as the Accord delivers a spacious cabin that makes long road trips a thing of joy. An electronic gear selector seems like a simple thing, but the absence of a console shifter allows the Accord to provide 16.7 cubic feet of console space, enough for maps and your electronic gear. Overall, the design of the exterior and interior of the new Honda Accord sedan make it the vehicle of choice for modern drivers who demand both comfort and a premium driving experience. Check out the entire inventory today when you visit Chapman Honda.

When debating the choice between buying a new vehicle or something used, consider the Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) program at Chapman Honda. CPO Hondas include many benefits you just can’t find when buying from a private seller or other dealers. First, only low-mile vehicles in excellent condition are chosen for the CPO program. Those vehicles then undergo an extensive inspection by trained Honda service technicians. If they pass, they are serviced, detailed and brought back to almost new condition before being put on the line.

Inspection Roots Out any Problems

The dealer is in much the same position as you when it takes a vehicle in trade. Without a thorough inspection, it’s impossible to know of any underlying problems that aren’t apparent to the naked eye. Once the dealership determines a Honda might be eligible for the CPO program, the vehicle history report is screened thoroughly to identify any red flags. Then comes the intense multi-point inspection where the technicians go over the car with a fine tooth comb both inside and out, paying special attention to the brakes, engine, exhaust system, drivetrain, steering, suspension, tires, wheels and the condition of the interior and the body. Any problems that are serviceable are fixed and the vehicle enters the CPO program. You’ll be able to examine a thorough vehicle history report before you buy, ensuring you know as much about your potential new vehicle as there is to know.

Backed by Extensive Warranty

You’ll have peace of mind when you buy a Honda CPO vehicle, thanks to one of the industry’s best warranties. All Honda CPO cars, SUVs and trucks include coverage for the powertrain and components for up to seven years or 100,000 miles from the time the vehicle was first registered. An additional warranty covers many other parts and components for up to a year or 12,000 miles, with the exception of normal wear and tear. One of the best parts about the warranty is that there’s no deductible as long as you have the covered repairs made by a Honda dealer. Should you decide to sell your vehicle to a private party, the warranty is completely transferable.

More Financing Options

While all traditional finance options are available when buying a Honda CPO vehicle, you also have access to the lease program through Honda Financial Services. Lease payments are often less than those you might get in a traditional finance package, allowing you to get much more car for your monthly payment. Really want to get that moon roof, leather seat package and navigation? Consider leasing your next Honda CPO vehicle at Chapman Honda.

Ridgeline the Truck for Both City and Trail

Whether you need a truck for utilitarian chores around the neighborhood or plan on tackling an off-road desert race, the new Honda Ridgeline offers a solution that’s both sporty and efficient. The Ridgeline recently completed the tough Parker 425 race that took competitors through some of the most grueling landscape in America. Although that truck was modified for safety, it featured many of the same components you’ll get when you buy your Ridgeline at Chapman Honda. If you’re needs aren’t quite as demanding, you’ll find the new Ridgeline a comfortable and fun ride for your everyday commute, even if those travels require a trip to the furniture store or big box outlet.

Ingenious Design Raise Bar on Pickups

While other pickup manufacturers are offering the same old design, you know, some doors, some wheels and a bed, the Honda designers put a little more thought into the creation of the new Ridgeline. Features such as an in-bed locking trunk and audio system in the bed will make your Ridgeline the most popular truck at the tailgating party. Don’t worry about scratching up the bed, as it comes with a composite polymer bedliner already installed. Chose the LED headlights and daytime running lights to not only illuminate your path, but offer the best chance that others will see you coming. A unique aerodynamic design not only improves efficiency and makes the truck pleasant to look at, but also reduces wind noise. Either lower the dual-action tailgate or swing it to the side, whichever makes the most sense for your particular loading needs.

Is this a Truck or Luxury Sedan?

Slide behind the wheel of the new Honda Ridgeline and you’ll be forgiven for wondering if you’re sitting in a trunk or a luxury sedan. Ambient LED lighting, an available 8-inch infotainment touch screen, tri-zone climate control and the use of upscale materials all around mean you’ll be comfortable, whether you’re attacking the desert or a supermarket parking lot. You can seat up to five adults comfortably in the Ridgeline. If you don’t want to store your load in the back, the convenient 60/40 lift up rear seats provide plenty of room for everything from dogs to golf clubs. Choose the RTL, RTL-T, RTL-E or Black trim levels and you get leather everywhere, from the trim on the seats to the steering wheel and shift knob.

Plenty of Power Available on Demand

Step on the accelerator lightly and you’ll feel the thrust of the 280-horsepower engine delivering as much power as you need. Front-wheel drive is standard, but the all-wheel drive version comes with a tow-hitch, lighting connector and the ability to tow most recreational trailers with a rating of 5,000 pounds. Come see all the innovations that make the Honda Ridgeline a special player in the truck market when you visit Chapman Honda.

Pilot SUV Built for Modern Family Needs

Don’t be surprised when heads start to turn as you drive your new Honda Pilot into the parking lot. With a refined design that’s both sporty and sophisticated, this family SUV is built for utility and comfort. Leather seating is standard on the EX-L, Touring and Elite trim levels, and the Honda navigation system uses 3-D renderings of the landscape and buildings to make finding your destination easy. See all the innovative features of the Honda Pilot when you take a test drive at Chapman Honda.

Choose from Four Trim Levels

The surprisingly affordable Honda Pilot is an SUV that offers seating for up to 8 people, with trim levels that match the needs of everyone. The base LX model comes with a litany of standard features for a starting price tag of just $30,745. It includes a powerful 3.5L V6 engine, beautiful 18-inch weels and a multi-angle rearview camera. Go up just one trim level to EX and the features start to really add up. You’ll get the innovative Honda LaneWatch driver assistance system that warns you if you should start to drift. The EX also offers a touch-screen infotainment system, remote engine start and three zone climate control. The “L” in EX-L stands for leather, with the interior beautifully appointed with craftsman quality. One-touch second row seats make getting in and out a snap, as well as changing the configuration for hauling large items. The Touring model adds the Honda Sensing suite, navigation and 20-inch alloy wheels, while the Elite model is top-of-the-line with heated second row captain’s chairs, a panoramic moon roof, LED headlights and a blind spot information system.

Interior Stylish and Functional

Slip behind the wheel of the Honda Pilot and you’ll notice a couple of things. One is the craftsmanship applied to the fit and finish of the upscale materials. The Honda Pilot interior is built to exacting standards with a level of sophistication commonly found only in more premium vehicles. The second thing that comes to mind is the logical placement of the gauges and controls. Information is kept within line-of-sight so you never have to take your eyes off the road. The ample cargo space adds up to a spacious 109 cubic feet when both the 60/40 second seat and third row seats are folded flat. That’s more than enough room for some furniture or to carry that big screen TV home from the box store. See all the features and enjoy the comfort and sophistication of the Honda Pilot when you take a test drive at Chapman Honda.

Civic Ready to Dominate Sales in 2018

The new lineup of Honda Civic sedans, coupes and Si models will be arriving soon at Chapman Honda, ready to continue as the best-selling car in America. The Civic claimed that title for 2016 and is in the lead for total sales so far for 2017 as consumers continue to trust the dependability and enjoy the innovation and technology that comes with the Civic. Starting at just $18,840 for the sedan, the Civic is powered by a your choice of a naturally aspirated or turbocharged engine.  Choose the sporty Si model for a 205-horsepower engine and a short-throw manual stick to deliver the ultimate driving experience.

Sedan Leaves a Memorable Impression.

The Civic Sedan is styled with aggressive lines and sophisticated features that definitely make it turn heads in a crowd. Choose the Touring model for all LED headlights that not only provide superior illumination at night, but also make a statement as you come down the road. The sharp profile of the Honda Civic Sedan has a long profile and detailed sloping lines that make it almost look like its moving even when standing still. The exterior is punctuated by C-shaped LED taillights that put an exclamation point on the beauty of this perfect commuter vehicle.

Coupe is a Two-door Dynamic Ride

If you’re one of those sports car enthusiasts who believe two is the perfect number of doors, you’ll love the styling of the Civic Coupe. The turbocharged engine delivers on the performance side, while a naturally aspirated engine has plenty of oomph while still delivering 39 mpg on the highway. Standard MacPherson struts combine with a rigid body to deliver superior handling whether you choose the 6-speed manual shift or smooth automatic transmission.

Choose the Si for Most Thrills

For the most fun you can buy for around $25,000, you really need to consider the Honda Civic Si Coupe. This little monster has a 205-horsepower turbocharged motor that works with an adaptive damper system to produce a thrilling, dynamic performance both on the track and on that weekend run through the mountains. The Si isn’t a bare bones race car by any means. You’ll be driving in comfort with features such as power windows and locks, cruise control, an LED pocket light, push button start and plenty of outlets to keep your electronics charged. Check out the Honda Civic Sedan, Coupe and Si and take a test drive of each to compare when you visit Chapman Honda in Tucson.

New Accord Evolves into Art Form

Armed with a sporty new design, the use of upscale materials and three power choices for every need, the 2018 Accord will soon be making a big splash at Chapman Honda. As one of the most popular vehicle choices in the past few decades, the Accord has proven itself as a dependable form of transportation that’s both efficient and comfortable. Honda designers sharpened their pencils in the past year and have now delivered an aggressive, muscular design that will make you rethink the appeal of this midsize sedan.

Exterior Both Bold and Thoughtful

Now outfitted with both LED headlight and tail lamps, a new aerodynamic shape that flows from front to back and strong body lines that are both muscular and sophisticated, the new Honda Accord is much more than just a friendly family car. Honda has discontinued the coupe model for the 2018 model year, concentrating instead on the sedan and hybrid. “We put coupe goodness in the sedan,” Honda VP Jeff Conrad told Motor Trend. Now with a longer wheelbase, the new Accord is also wider and lower, creating an aggressive look that should appeal to buyers who want a little athleticism in their daily drive. “This is unquestionably the most dramatic remake of the Accord we’ve ever done,” Conrad said.

Step Inside for Creature Comforts

Designers didn’t stop at the exterior with the retooling of the Accord. A new interior features a three-tier instrument panel, comfortable grip steering wheel with paddle shifters and thumb rests and a 12-way driver’s seat with optional heating and cooling. The infotainment system comes in a full 8-inch screen with redundant knobs for people who like to tune the radio the old-school way. HondaLink is a telematics service that offers remote control of some functions such as door locking and engine start. It’s also the fastest way to get roadside assistance.

Honda Sensing Now Standard

The Honda Sensing suite of driver assistance features now comes standard on the Accord, including all trim levels. A bevy of sensor and camera-driven safety features, such as collision mitigation braking, lane departure warning and adaptive cruise control will help avoid collisions. There is even a feature called traffic sign recognition that alerts you to possible danger on the road ahead.

Turbo Engine Uses Regular Gas

Honda has eliminated the V6 option on the Accord for 2018, opting instead to go for a turbocharged 4-cylinder engine that uses regular fuel. It’s tuned for low-end power, delivering a healthy 273 pound-feet of torque and 252 horsepower. The base engine is a 1.5L four-cylinder that produces 185 horsepower. Honda also offers an Accord Hybrid with a power unit that fits neatly under the rear floor to allow more room in the trunk. Check in with the pros at Chapman Honda to see when the 2018 Honda Accord lineup will be ready for a test drive.

2018 Honda Civic Hatchback Now Arriving

The new 5-door Honda Civic Hatchback has been described as “frisky,” offering drivers on a budget a chance to get behind the wheel of something that offers performance and efficiency combined with a little attitude. Starting at just $19,900, the hatchback is arriving at dealerships now and should be on the lot at Chapman Honda very soon. Check in often so you can be one of the first to test drive Honda’s fun new entrant into the compact car category.

Not Your Grandma’s Civic

The Honda Civic has stood the test of time, offering reliable transportation at an affordable price for the past few decades. While the early Civics were great means of getting from Point A to Point B, no one can say they were particularly fun to drive. Not so for the new Hatchback, which sports up to a 180-horsepower engine in the Sport and Sport Touring models. You can also get steering wheel mounted paddle shifters like the kind much more expensive sports cars use. The Sport model offers underbody spoilers, standard fog lights and 18-inch alloy wheels. Move to the Sport Touring model and you’re at the top of the line, with leather interior, navigation, a 540-watt sound system and the entire Honda Sensing Suite of driver assistance features. For something more middle of the road and price range, choose the EX trim package. It starts at just $23,000 and includes a power moon roof, remote start, Honda LaneWatch and a 7-inch color touchscreen infotainment system.

Say Goodbye to Your Gas Station Buddy

It’s not like you’ll never see him again, but your friend who runs the gas station will watch you drive by on a daily basis when you’re in your new Honda Civic Hatchback. Rated at 40 mpg on the highway and 31 mpg in the city, this sporty sedan with a lift gate delivers near-hybrid fuel efficiency numbers. Designed for the modern driver, the flowing aerodynamic lines not only provide supreme fuel efficiency, but deliver a stylish attitude that will make you proud to get behind the wheel.

Honda Sensing Suite Provides Electronic Buffer

Much like when the star ship commander gives the order to raise the shields in the movies, the Honda Sensing Suite of sensor and camera-driven features provides a cocoon of safety around your new Civic Hatchback. This available feature won’t actually stop another vehicle from hitting you, but it provides warnings and takes action if you fail to respond when a crash is imminent. By monitoring all sides and alerting you to impending danger, it’s another way Honda has of helping you get home safely. See all the features of the 2018 Honda Civic Hatchback when you take a test drive at Chapman Honda.