The Utah Honda Dealers Association Promotes Fuel Economy

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The Utah Honda Dealers Association promotes fuel economy.

Utah Honda Dealers

We can’t wait to unveil the CR-Z to our customers

Honda has become a leader in bringing vehicles with high performance, safety features and fuel economy to the public. The Honda Civic and Honda Insight will be joined this summer by the Honda CR-Z sport hybrid coupe.

Despite a rough economic year in 2009, Honda remained steadfast in their work to manufacture cars that bring style and fuel economy to the road.

The CR-Z sport hybrid coupe is the third in Honda’s line up of hybrids. This is a global car that combines adventure, spirit and eco-consciousness. The CR-Z gets up to 36 mpg in the city and 38 mpg on highways. With three settings to choose from - sport, normal and economy - drivers can choose to boost speed or fuel economy depending on their desire. The economy mode helps conserve fuel through the eco-assist system introduced in the Honda Insight last year.

The CR-Z comes with standard safety features including 6 air bags and anti-lock brakes as well as the Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACE) body structure. The car also features a 6-speaker stereo and USB connectivity as well as an automatic climate control system.

“We can’t wait to unveil the CR-Z to our customers,” says Ron Henson, President of the Utah Honda Dealers Association. “People associate Honda with fuel economy, class, performance and safety and the CR-Z delivers on all levels. The Utah Honda Dealers Association promotes hybrid vehicles so that our customers as well as our dealers can feel good about their contributions to a cleaner environment.”

UHDA is a leader in the automobile industry, offering a wide selection of Honda Accords, Civics, Accords, Crosstours, Insights and Ridgelines.

For more information on the Utah Honda Dealers Association or current trends in the industry:

Contact: John Wright
Company: Utah Honda Dealers
Phone: 480-833-8111

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