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A man in a blue cap loads a package from Amazon into the back of a 2020 Honda Accord, now available at Pohanka Honda.

Is the 2020 Honda Accord out yet?

The Honda Accord continues to impress year after year with its great drive, generous list of features, comfortable interior and stylish design. This car simply overflows with utility.

After getting a heartily received full redesign for 2018, Honda has followed a “don’t fix what isn’t broken” philosophy with the Accord. The 2020 Honda Accord largely carries forward the excellent elements of the model’s tenth generation, for which we are very pleased. But eager fans continue to ask: is the 2020 Honda Accord out yet?

2020 Honda Accord in Salisbury MD

Yes, the 2020 Honda Accord is out and available here today here at Pohanka Honda, a dealership proudly serving the whole Delmarva peninsula.


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When did the 2020 Honda Accord come out?

The 2020 Honda Accord was released to dealerships on September 17th, 2019.

2020 Honda Accord Performance

The two elements that leap out first about the 2020 Honda Accord are the unbeatable style and excellent drive for which the model is known. It has three powertrain choices, one of them being a hybrid. The other two are efficient, powerful gas-fed four-cylinders that can be a wedded to a six-speed manual or ten-speed automatic. The standard offering starts at 192 horsepower, while the available option takes this number up to 252.

Beyond strength, the 2020 Honda Accord also handles in a buttery-smooth fashion while maintaining satisfying athleticism. This results in a drive that is balanced and nuanced in exactly the right ways.

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2020 Honda Accord Driver-Assistance and Safety Features

Finally, the 2020 Accord also boasts a generous standard suite of cutting-edge driver-assistance features. These include such blessed gems as automated emergency braking, lane-keeping assist, and adaptive cruise control. The full package is called Honda Sensing, and also includes an array of safety features.

Taken as a whole, it’s clear to see why the 2020 Honda Accord is so easy to recommend.

How Powerful and Spacious is the 2019 Honda Insight Lineup?

Most people know by now that the 2019 Honda Insight lineup features class-leading power and passenger space, but that only tells them that the 2019 Insight lineup is more powerful and more passenger-friendly than the rest of the models in its class – it doesn’t tell them exactly how powerful and spacious the 2019 Honda Insight lineup is. But that’s where we come in. Because we’re such big fans of the 2019 Insight lineup here at Pohanka Honda of Salisbury on the Delmarva Peninsula, we want to make sure everyone knows everything they need to know about this impressive new sedan – which is why we’re going to check out the lineup’s power and interior space specifications right here.

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Powertrain Ratings and Features for the 2019 Honda Insight Lineup at Pohanka Honda of Salisbury on the Delmarva Peninsula

Having already mentioned that the new Honda Insight lineup at Pohanka Honda of Salisbury on the Delmarva features class-leading power, let’s now check out the lineup’s power ratings. When all aspects of the 2019 Insight lineup’s powertrain are taken into account, it can provide you with a class-leading horsepower rating of up to 151. The lineup’s powertrain is made up of a combination of a 1.5-liter DOHC i-VTEC Atkinson-cycle inline-4 engine and an AC Synchronous Permanent-Magnet Electric Motor.

Interior Space Measurements for the 2019 Honda Insight Lineup at Pohanka Honda of Salisbury on the Eastern Shore of Maryland

While all 2019 Honda Insight trim levels feature the same powertrain, they don’t all feature the same passenger and cargo space measurements. In fact, 2019 Honda Insight LX and 2019 Honda Insight EX trim levels feature 97.6 cubic-feet of total passenger volume to go along with 15.1 cubic-feet of cargo capacity, whereas the 2019 Honda Insight Touring trim level features 94.7 cubic-feet of total passenger volume to go along with 14.7 cubic-feet of cargo capacity.

If you’d like more information on the 2019 Honda Insight lineup or any of the other new Honda models available at Pohanka Honda of Salisbury on the Delmarva Peninsula, please contact our staff.

Pictures of the Exterior Colors for the 2019 Honda Insight Lineup

When a new sedan features class-leading power and passenger space, you know it’s going to be popular. And that’s exactly what the 2019 Honda Insight lineup is thanks to those class-leading features and capabilities. But that’s not all that’s impressive about the new Honda Insight lineup at Pohanka Honda of Salisbury on the Delmarva Peninsula. In fact, there’s a lot that’s impressive about this new sedan, including its exterior color options. With that in mind, here are pictures of the exterior colors for the 2019 Honda Insight lineup.

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Gallery of Exterior Color Options for the 2019 Honda Insight Lineup at Pohanka Honda of Salisbury on the Delmarva Peninsula

There are seven exterior color options to choose from when picking out your new 2019 Honda Insight, though not all are available for every trim level. The lineup’s exterior color options include Aegean Blue Metallic, Cosmic Blue Metallic, Crimson Pearl, Crystal Black Pearl, Lunar Silver Metallic, Modern Steel Metallic, and White Orchid Pearl. See them all below.

If you’d like to learn more about the 2019 Honda Insight lineup or any of our other new Honda models, please contact our staff here at Pohanka Honda of Salisbury on the Delmarva Peninsula.

Listing Some of the Best 2019 Honda Fit Safety Features

There are many things the new Honda Fit lineup at Pohanka Honda of Salisbury on the Delmarva Peninsula is known for, but one of our favorite aspects of this impressive subcompact hatchback is its suite of advanced new safety and driver assistance features. Not only does most of the lineup feature the ever-impressive Honda Sensing® suite of safety and driver assistance systems, but it also features numerous other active and passive safety systems. With that in mind, we want to take some time to list some of the best 2019 Honda Fit safety and driver assistance features.

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Honda Sensing® Safety and Driver Assistance Features for the 2019 Honda Fit Lineup at Pohanka Honda of Salisbury on the Delmarva Peninsula

As we mentioned in our introduction, the majority of the 2019 Honda Fit lineup features the Honda Sensing® suite of safety and driver assistance systems. This suite includes Forward Collision Warning, Lane Departure Warning, the Collision Mitigation Braking System™, the Road Departure Mitigation System, the Lane Keeping Assist System, and Adaptive Cruise Control.

Active and Passive Safety Features for the 2019 Honda Fit Lineup at Pohanka Honda of Salisbury on the Eastern Shore of Maryland

Aside from the impressive safety and driver assistance features included with the Honda Sensing® suite, the 2019 Honda Fit lineup also includes numerous active and passive safety features. Active safety features for at least part of the lineup include, but are not limited to, Vehicle Stability Assist™, Electronic Brake Distribution, Brake Assist, Daytime Running Lights, a Multi-Angle Rearview Camera, and Automatic High-Beams. Passive safety features for at least part of the lineup include, but are not limited to, an Advanced Compatibility Engineering™ Body Structure, Advanced Front Airbags, SmartVent® Front Side Airbags, Side Curtain Airbags with Rollover Sensor, and Child-Proof Rear Door Locks.

If you’d like to learn more about the features and capabilities of the 2019 Honda Fit lineup or any of our other new Honda models, please get in touch with our staff here at Pohanka Honda of Salisbury on the Delmarva Peninsula.

5 Useful, Fun and Inexpensive Accessories You Need For Your Car

Tired of having your belongings slip between your car’s seats? Unsure what to do if you get a flat tire? Even your dream car can drive you crazy with these little annoyances. Here is a list of tools and accessories to keep in your car at all times to make those little inconveniences disappear for good.

 

  1. Drop Stop

Drop Stop is an Automotive Car Seat Gap Filler that you place and mold around your seat belt holder preventing even the smallest things from falling in between your car’s seats. Your cell phone, wallet and even loose change are safe with these pads around.

 

  1. Fix A Flat

This is most definitely not a permanent solution to a flat tire but having a can of Fix A Flat in your car can get you out of a sticky situation if you blow a tire. It will seal the popped tire in minutes and allow you to get to one of our service departments safely so your car can be properly looked at and repaired.

 

  1. Rain-X

Weather your dealing with rain, frost, ice or even bugs Rain-X has you covered. This spray on solution prevents all types of harsh weather from impeding your vision through your windshield. It makes driving in extreme conditions easier and much more safe.

 

  1. Glove Box Organizer

Its very important to have the right documents and contact information in your glove box in case anything were to happen. With a Glove Box Organizer you are sure to have your registration, insurance info, salesperson business card and more at your fingertips in minutes.

 

  1. Steering Wheel Desk

Does your car ever become a place where you end up working or needing to eat a meal? If so you might want to consider purchasing a Steering Wheel Desk. This one of a kind desk attaches to your steering wheel so, while you’re pulled over, you have a portable work space or personal table. Once your done simply slid it under your seat and your ready to go.

 

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5 Steps To Getting Your Car Ready For Spring

It’s that time of year! Break out the dust pans and broomsticks because spring is in the air and spring cleaning is on the agenda. While you’re preparing for the sunnier season don’t forget to prepare your car for the new weather as well. Here are some tips on how to get your car all ready for spring!

 

Wash Your Car and Get It Detailed

Spring is the ideal time to give your car a thorough cleaning both inside and out. Getting your ride washed, waxed, buffed and polished can really give your car a face lift after dealing with snow, ice, salt and more during those harsh winter months. Don’t just settle for your car looking better, make sure it feels better too. Bring your car back to showroom condition by having the interior vacuumed, shampooed and having the leather and plastic surfaces treated. A detail also gets all of the dirt and crumbs out of those hard to reach places.

 

Touch Up Paint and Small Dents

For minor dings and chips purchase some automotive touch up paint and carefully fill in all the scuffs and scratches. It won’t be a professional job but it will prevent rust from attaching itself to your sheet metal.

If you have some more substantial damage to your vehicle make a visit to your service department or local body shop. Different repairs have different prices but to keep your car in fair cosmetic condition it is worth an occasional visit to a professional. Having a car in good condition makes it easier to sell down the line and if your interested in an upgrade bring it to your dealer service center;  they can give you a trade in quote before you pay to have any work done!

 

Check Your Oil & Tire Pressure

These are routine procedure that every driver should keep up with but when life gets busy they are the last things on your mind. Be sure that you are checking your oil frequently and getting it changed according to your manufacturer standards. Getting your oil changed when needed is a easy and effective way to keeping your car in top performing condition while letting your oil get too low can cause detrimental damage to your vehicle.

Be cautious of wear on your tires after the winter months. The start of spring is the ideal time to make sure your tires are properly inflated, your spare tire included. It is also a fantastic time to have your tires rotated and balanced to make sure you are getting the maximum life span from each tire.

 

Invest in New Floor Mats

Winter is a very harsh time for your floor mats, especially if they are made of typical carpet. Spring is a great time to evaluate your floor mats and see if they need replaced. Some drivers even upgrade their floor mats from carpet to rubber or synthetic materials. These are easier to clean and don’t allow dirt, mud, water and more to get to your cars carpeting.

 

Clean Out Your Glove Compartment

First off, when cleaning out your glove compartment make sure that all important documents are where they need to be. Know where your insurance information is as well as your vehicle’s registration and owners manual. Clean out all of the un necessary papers and receipts that accumulate in your glove compartment over time time make sure these documents are easily accessible.

The glove compartment is also a great place to keep contact information from your local dealership and mechanic as well as any service coupons you acquire. It would also be a good idea to keep a tire gauge and pair of work gloves in there in case you need them while on the road.

 

If you follow these five steps you and your ride are ready for spring! Enjoy the sunshine and drive safe.

5 Tips for Sharing the Road with Aggressive Drivers

Tips with Sharing the Road with Aggressive Drivers Salisbury, MdAggressive drivers are a real problem. From the annoying people who tailgate, to those with real road-rage issues, here are a few tips on how to keep yourself safe and not become part of the problem.

Be Courteous

Even if the people around you are not behaving appropriately, take the higher road and remain calm. Avoid conflict and stay out of an aggressive driver’s way. Stay composed and do not underestimate what angry people are capable of doing.

By setting an example, the best drivers help make the roads safer. Control your emotions, use your horn only sparingly, and have patience in traffic. Don’t cause problems by tailgating, making eye contact with aggressive drivers, or blocking the passing lane.

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