Impressive Record Honda Sales Reported in 2015

Record Honda Sales - 2016 Honda CR-V
The CR-V has contributed to the 2015 record Honda sales.

While other major players in the automobile industry saw overall losses in 2015, the folks at Honda were proud to recently announce that they sold 1.58 million Honda models and Acura models last year, which is up 3% from 2014 and is 2.2% higher than its best annual sales tally from 2007.

Plus, more specifically, the Honda division’s 1.41 million vehicles sold was a record for them, while the Acura division’s 177,165 sales saw their best numbers since that prosperous 2007 year.

Honda’s MVP of the year was easily the Honda CR-V, of which 345,647 units were sold, making it the best-selling crossover model in the entire country. This vehicle is particularly popular with young drivers, solo drivers, and small families.

Here at Lee’s Summit Honda – we can’t say we’re too surprised by these record Honda sales. Come visit us and explore the innovative, powerful Honda models we have available, and you’ll figure out just why so many were purchased last year.

More Honda: Special Edition Honda CR-V | 2016 Honda CR-V Model Overview

Tips to Defrost Your Windshield

Tips to Defrost Your Windshield
We all hate waking up in the morning and seeing the windshield frozen over. Keep reading for tips to defrost!

Find yourself running late, only to get in the car and realize that the windshield is totally frosted over? Prepare yourself for this pesky winter occurrence with these simple tips to defrost your windshield

  • For a quick and cheap solution, check out this rubbing alcohol/water solution from this news station here!
  • Keep in mind that while warming up your car will clearly, eventually defrost your windshield, the defrosting will not happen all that quickly and you will be wasting fuel while idling.
  • Instead, look into a high-quality deicing product, which would be specifically designed to melt the ice and frost away quickly.
  • Additionally, you can simply scrape off the ice with an ice-scraper. If you don’t already have one in your car, you should remedy that situation ASAP.
  • Lastly, if you are really desperate, you could simply pour a bucket of lukewarm water over your windshield. However – never pour boiling water on your windshield, which could cause it to crack.

Whatever you do, stay safe this winter! And if you’re in the market for a new vehicle that’s ready to handle the winter weather, come visit us anytime at Lee’s Summit Honda.

Read more: Tips for winter energy saving