The Honda 2013 Lineup
The Honda 2013 lineup is, well dull
Honda 2013 has been knocked around by Mother Nature, economic downturns, high suicide rate, and a bunch of everything else. Because of this they have worked to get back on their feet by investing in at least one new plant in Mexico to help with lowering costs and shipping and natural disasters and low suicide rates and stuff. Honda 2013 has become your emotionless uncle that is intelligent, sophisticated, cutting edge, but never cracks a smile or even laughs. They will revamp the looks of the 2013 Honda Accord and 2013 Honda Accord Hybrid so that they can try and fend of those South Koreans (not their wacky neighbors to the north). Hyundai and Kia are jumping in to the mix with full force and it is up to the 2013 Honda Accord and Accord Hybrid to bring loyal Honda owners (like me) back into their cars.
What about leaves, planet, CO2 stuff for Honda 2013?
Honda Insight is looking to get some work done in order to propel itself more efficiently. The Honda Civic Hybrid will continue to be kicking butt on MPG’s and making new friends. Honda is also looking to have an all electric variant of the Honda Fit Electric. This sweet little guy will utilize the latest engineering technology from Honda’s EV engineers. We shall see total charge time in less than 8 hours with a 120 volt and 5 hours with an upgraded smart 240 watt charger. This should do well because it looks a lot better than that turquoise toad “dubbed” Leaf. Honda will hopefully be placing some electric juice in the re-designed 2013 Honda CR-V Hybrid as this will be their first rendition of a Honda Hybrid SUV. The 2013 fit may see a drop in overall displacement but the addition off the twin scroll turbo charging that was similar to the basic design of the RDX’s turbo system. This should help propel the Honda Fit Turbo into a high MPG player and possible draw in younger buyers because “turbo gets shit sold”.
What’s on the horizon for Honda 2013?
Honda Motor Co. was a force for compact and midsize bulletproof reliability. Americans were sick of shitty malaise American cars and loved dependability but as time went on Honda started getting bigger and bigger yet their products always lacked something. The interiors were the dullest thing I’ve ever seen and it soon turned into an emotionless company whose products were always way late of the game. The Honda Ridgeline is a great truck but it wasn’t right for the American Market. Toyota had over the top commercials broadcasted during football (The oldest truck advertising method in the book) and it worked. The truck was way too big and had tons of horsepower. That is what we like and that is why the Titans sales went in the crapper. The Honda Truck also wasn’t very good looking. The concept was awesome and works for a ridged truck that doesn’t bend frames (Ford Raptor (Which I am still in love with because it is over the top)). Anyways I really wish they would fire their design team for both Acura and Honda because I know they can deliver beauty like the NSX, S2000, 2nd Gen Fit, 2nd Gen Odyssey. I hope to see Honda 2013 deliver some sexy.