Posts Tagged: Vehicle Safety

The 2016 Honda Pilot Earns Five-Star Safety Rating

The redesigned 2016 Honda Pilot received an overall five-star crash-worthiness rating this week from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The NHTSA is run through the U.S. Department of Transportation and enforces safety performance standards for motor vehicles within the United States. The five-star rating is the highest awarded through the NHTSA, and when you… Read more »

Tips for Wet Weather Driving

Before the snow starts to fall, we may see an influx of rainy and wet weather here in Niagara. So next time the rain starts coming down hard, keep some of these driving tips in mind to stay safe in your Honda:   Slow down! The first rule of driving in the rain is to slow… Read more »

The 2016 Pilot Aces its Safety Tests

  As you probably know by now, vehicle safety is our number one priority at Honda. We strive to keep the driver and passengers not only as comfortable as possible, but in the event of a sudden crash or accident, as safe as possible as well. Honda is constantly improving its safety features in its… Read more »

Voluntary Recall (USA) – 2016 Honda Pilot

Honda is voluntarily recalling around 1,500 model-year 2016 Pilots in the United States (Canada doesn’t have to worry yet) to check out a potential issue with the third-row seatbelts. During the manufacturing and assembly of the third-row seat and seatbelt, there was potential for the seat belts to become trapped between the side panel of… Read more »

Vehicle List for Takata Airbag Recall

The Takata Airbag Recall that has made news in recent weeks, continues to make headlines as it was announced today that 1.95 million cars in Canada have been impacted by the recall. Auto manufacturers have provided Transport Canada with a list of the makes and models affected by the recall, which involved 11 auto makers,… Read more »

Airbag Recall Expanded

The scope of the Takata-made airbag recall was expanded this week, after the company doubled its recall numbers, bringing the number of vehicles impacted to 53 million worldwide. While Canadian statistics are hard to find, 34 million vehicles in the US were affected, making it the largest automotive recall in U.S. history. The airbags can explode with… Read more »

Honda Canada Recalls 700,00 Vehicles

  Safety in our vehicles is the most important things to us at Honda, and that is why Honda Canada is recalling some 700,000 vehicles in Canada to replace their airbag inflators. The problem is that the airbags deploy with too much force, and in some cases have caused injuries to the driver or passenger… Read more »

When should you replace your tires?

  Tires are one of the hardest working parts of your Honda vehicle. They’re constantly moving, keep you on the road and help ensure you have a smooth ride. When they start to wear down, you can face serious trouble, from reduced traction, longer stop distances, and rougher rides that will reduce your safety on… Read more »

Stay Safe on the Roads this Spring

We are hoping it’s safe to finally say the worst winter in years is finally behind us (knock on wood) and it’s time to welcome spring. With the melting of the snow comes easy spring driving, right? Not quite. Spring brings its own driving hazards, so don’t let your guard down yet. You already drive… Read more »

Getting to know your Honda: Our 360-Degree Visibility

At Honda, we fully believe that 360-degree visibility makes for the safest drive possible. We started with the Crosstour and took a comprehensive approach to enhancing diriver visibility. We want you to be confident on the road and we think the rearview camera is what you need. And now, our efforts have been recognized by… Read more »