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Watch this video about Honda SmartCharge™

Saturday, August 28th, 2021
Honda SmartCharge

What is Honda SmartCharge™ and how does it benefit you?

Electrifying vehicles is the way forward and a lot of companies are constantly investing their resources in developing their electrified lineup. But on the other hand, a lot of aspects go unnoticed. While electric vehicles essentially don’t contribute to pollution, the process of supplying a continuous source of electric energy to charging stations puts pressure on resources. This is where Honda’s SmartCharge™ technology comes into play. But what is Honda SmartCharge™ and how will it benefit you?


What is the Honda Prologue and when will it be available?

Thursday, July 8th, 2021
Honda Prologue Logo

While we’re still a long way out, Honda just recently announced that they’ll be adding a new all-electric vehicle to their lineup for the 2024 model year. The new model, dubbed the Honda Prologue EV, will be the first in an ongoing series of battery-electric vehicles – hence the name Prologue. Details are obviously scarce considering how far out we are, but we thought we’d highlight what we know so far before it becomes available in early 2024.


Will the 2022 Honda Civic Lineup be Available with a Manual Transmission?

Thursday, June 3rd, 2021
2022 Honda Civic Sedan Touring Exterior Driver Side Profile

For those with a sportier nature, driving is almost never better than when behind the wheel of a vehicle with a manual transmission. While manual transmissions might not be as common or widespread as they once were, especially with the introduction of Continuously Variable Transmissions and Paddle Shifter, they still pop up every once in a while, and they’re still highly sought after by these enthusiasts. That’s why we’re pleased to share with you that Honda has stated both the 2022 Honda Civic Si and Civic Type R will only be offered with a manual transmission, while the Civic Hatchback will also offer one.


Which Honda models earned IIHS Top Safety Ratings for 2021?

Wednesday, February 24th, 2021
2021 Honda CR-V Hybrid Exterior Driver Side Front Profile

Safety is an incredibly important aspect of an automobile, but that’s become increasingly true over the past few years as technology and features become more and more advanced. Safety ratings handed down from the NHTSA and IIHS have grown more crucial than ever, which is precisely why we’re so pleased to announce that a whopping six different Honda models have earned IIHS TOP SAFETY PICK ratings or better for the 2021 model year.


Comparing Honda & Toyota SUV Cargo Capacities

Friday, December 25th, 2020
2021 Toyota RAV4 cargo area

Do you want an SUV? Honda and Toyota are the perfect brands to consider. Are you looking to haul cargo with your SUV or crossover? Then let us help by comparing Honda and Toyota SUV cargo capacities. We’ll look at all the 2021 crossover and SUV models offered by both brands.


How did each 2021 model year Honda vehicle perform in crash testing?

Thursday, November 12th, 2020
2021 Honda Odyssey Exterior Driver Side Front Profile

The Honda brand prides itself on building some of the safest vehicles available on the automotive market. Back in September, they broke the news that the 2021 Honda Odyssey was the first minivan to earn a 2020 Top Safety Pick+ award from the IIHS, or Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. It was the seventh Honda model to earn a Top Safety Pick award or better this year. So, today, we thought we’d go through all of the models that have already been tested to highlight how they performed in their crash testing.


Find a vehicle car with all-wheel drive from White’s Automotive

Friday, October 30th, 2020
2020 Honda Ridgeline and 2021 Toyota 4Runner driving through mud

Which Honda and Toyota vehicles are available with AWD?

Not all drivetrains are meant for all terrains, and one of the most sought-after drivetrains in any automobile is all-wheel drive (AWD). If you ever wanted to get behind the wheel of a rugged and capable SUV to take on your journeys off the beaten path, chances are that you also wanted it to be equipped with AWD in order to tackle the tougher landscapes. This drivetrain is not limited to just SUVs or trucks, however. Honda and Toyota both offer numerous vehicles that have an AWD option. Which Honda and Toyota vehicles are available with AWD? Keep reading for a list. 


Comparing Honda & Toyota Fuel Economy Ratings: Cars

Tuesday, July 7th, 2020
2020 Toyota Prius Exterior Driver Side Front Passenger Rear Profiles

Fuel efficiency is one of the most important aspects of any vehicle on today’s market, and it’s an aspect in which both the Honda & Toyota brands are known for delivering. We thought we’d highlight the fuel economy ratings for both brands’ entire lineups of vehicles, but that’d be way too much information for one blog, so we’ve decided to focus first on just the cars. There will still be a lot of information packed into the table below, but it should help you decide which vehicle might be the right one for you if you’re in the market for a new car!


2020 Honda CR-V color options

Friday, June 26th, 2020
2020 CR-V parked on city street

2020 Honda CR-V Full Color Gallery

If you’ve ever had the displeasure of owning a car in a color you hate, then you have found the right place.

Today, we’ll be going over all the colors options for the 2020 Honda CR-V. Which do you prefer?


Find Out if the 2020 Toyota Corolla or the 2020 Honda Civic is Right for You!

Thursday, May 28th, 2020
Couple shopping at a dealership

2020 Toyota Corolla vs 2020 Honda Civic Video

Here at White’s Automotive, we love offering both the Toyota and Honda brand. Both brands offer an awesome selection of vehicles that are stylish, well-made, and affordable. Many of our customers struggle with choosing which vehicle is right for them and oftentimes narrow it down to the rivaling models from each brand. We see this especially with the 2020 Toyota Corolla and the 2020 Honda Civic. To help you choose which vehicle is right for you, we are sharing this video from Toyota:

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