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Kick off 2017 with your dream Honda from Motorcars Honda

Motorcars Honda is ready to kick off the new year with our favorite customers and one wonderful way to make this year great is by including a new or pre-owned Honda from our lot here in Cleveland Heights.

We're confident we've got something for everyone at our dealership and our friendly, knowledgeable and enthusiastic team time and we'll help you find the Honda that's right for you.

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Don't get left out in the cold, service your vehicle today

Motorcars Honda knows all too well that Ohio winters are not for the faint of heart. The bitter cold, heavy snow and dangerous ice can make for some tricky driving conditions and no one wants to be left out in the cold if your vehicle runs into any automotive trouble. That's why we take immense pride in offering the convenience of our onsite service and repair center to all our customers throughout Cleveland Heights and beyond.

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3 Simple Service Tips

Today's vehicles are pretty easy to take care of and maintain. Put some air in the tires, get regular oil changes and tune-ups, and you're good to go. Both of those tasks also go pretty far in creating a more fuel-efficient car. But if you really want to maximize your dollars at the gas pump, here are three lesser-known maintenance tips that people tend to overlook:

1. Use the right oil. Whether you take your car for an oil change or you change it yourself, be sure it's getting the grade of motor oil recommended in your…
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What's NeuV?

by Duncan Shaw

Automakers worldwide are taking advantage of automated systems, but Honda is taking the pursuit of autonomous vehicles down to the uncanny valley. Honda’s new concept vehicle, the NeuV, is designed to have its own emotions. 

Honda partnered with Cocoro SB, a Japanese artificial intelligence company, to build what they’re dubbing the “emotion engine.” The emotion engine will use an array of sensors and cameras to gauge the driver’s state of mind. The NeuV will react and respond to how the driver is feeling in order to increase the affection the driver feels for the…
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What's NeuV?

by Duncan Shaw

Automakers worldwide are taking advantage of automated systems, but Honda is taking the pursuit of autonomous vehicles down to the uncanny valley. Honda’s new concept vehicle, the NeuV, is designed to have its own emotions. 

Honda partnered with Cocoro SB, a Japanese artificial intelligence company, to build what they’re dubbing the “emotion engine.” The emotion engine will use an array of sensors and cameras to gauge the driver’s state of mind. The NeuV will react and respond to how the driver is feeling in order to increase the affection the driver feels for the…
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When to Replace Your Tires

by Mack Hogan


Tires wearing out is a natural part of a vehicle’s service plan. If you live in Cleveland, you’re likely used to potholes destroying your tires before they have a chance to die of natural causes. On the off chance that they reach the end of their natural life cycle, here are a few tips to spot a tire that needs replacing.

In general, tires are rated for a certain amount…

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Civic Hatchback Returns

Civic Hatchback Returns
by Mack Hogan
by Mack Hogan


After 16 years of absence in the US, the Civic hatchback will return for 2017. Last offered here in 2000, the hatchback remains hugely popular in Europe. Now that American interest in hatchbacks is increasing, Honda is bringing the body style back.

The 1996-2000 Civic hatch, dubbed the EK Civic, remains one of the most sought-after variants of the car. Since its departure, Honda fans have…

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Learn More About Honda Safety

Honda is passionate about the safety of not just those who gets in a Honda model, but of everyone who shares the road with them— from drivers to cyclists and pedestrians. Honda has made it their goal to create a world where crashes simply no longer happen, and their engineers and designers are working hard to make this happen. President of Honda R&D Americas, Inc., Frank Paluch noted: “We have a responsibility — to each other, to our industry, and, most importantly, to society — to think bigger.”

Honda created two main types of safety systems; active and passive. Honda’s…

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