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2006 Honda Accord Coupe
Sporting a sleek new exterior and a luxurious interior, the 2006 Accord Coupe proves that you don't have to choose between style and comfort. 4-cylinder models feature an i-VTEC 166-horsepower engine, and the 3.0-liter, VTEC V-6 pumps out 244 horses. The EX V-6 6-speed Accord Coupe is a technical marvel that features unique 17" wheels, a 180-watt 6-disc indash CD premium audio system and manual transmission for greater power and control. Thank goodness for the dual zone automatic climate control system (on all EX-L and EX V-6 models) to help cool you off when the temperature rises. READ MORE
2006 Honda Accord Sedan
Lots of new changes grace the 2006 Accord Sedan. Its sleek exterior and sumptuous interior may be the first elements that catch your eye. But you'll find many more refinements, like increased horsepower and a redesigned instrument panel, in every model. The 2.4-litre i-VTEC 4-cylinder now puts out 166 hp, and the 3.0-liter, VTEC V-6 supplies 244 horses -- all with typically excellent Honda fuel efficiency. And for sporting enthusiasts, there's now an available Accord EX V-6 Sedan with a close-ratio 6-speed manual transmission. There's no reason to settle for anything less. READ MORE
2006 Honda Accord Hybrid
The Honda Accord Hybrid not only gives you the inner satisfaction of driving a partial zero-emission vehicle, but it also lets you experience the exhilaration of driving a high-performance car. Because this hybrid runs on a 253-horsepower, V-6 engine with Integrated Motor Assist, and coddles you with luxuries like an 8-way power-adjustable driver's seat and a dual-zone hybrid automatic climate control system. Because Honda knows that being kind to Mother Nature can be quite thrilling indeed. READ MORE
2006 Honda Civic Coupe
Slip inside the all-new 2006 Civic Coupe and transform your world. With leading edge looks, more power, sharper handling and a bigger dose of high tech than ever seen in a Civic, This is more than just a redesign. It's a reinvention. So grab some old friends, or make some new ones, and let the adventures begin. With the confidence you get from the new Civic Coupe, there's a whole new world of opportunities that await you. READ MORE
2006 Honda Civic Hybrid
Think you know the Civic Hybrid? Think again. Hybrid owners are known for their smart thinking; now the all-new 2006 Civic Hybrid comes with even smarter styling to match. All that sizzle still earns an Advanced Technology Partial Zero-Emission Vehicle (AT-PZEV) rating, so you can save on gas while enjoying some amenities like the new multi-tiered instrument panel, a sophisticated audio system, and available navigation system. Front, side and side curtain airbags help the future look even brighter. With all that going on, it's time to start thinking about the Civic Hybrid in a whole new way. READ MORE
2006 Honda Civic Sedan
This is no time to stand still -- the all-new 2006 Honda Civic Sedan is ready to take you places you've only imagined. It's got more power, handling, technology and sophisticated style than ever before. This completely redesigned 2006 Civic Sedan is your ticket to the next big thing in driving fun, so hop in and get inspired. This car has something for everyone. READ MORE
2006 Honda Civic Si
Set free the all-new 2006 Civic Si and hold on tight. Because the car that redefined the modern sport-compact revolution now runs on pure i-VTEC adrenaline. At the center of this revolutionary masterpiece lives the powerful 197-horsepower 2.0-litre K20 engine that screams performance. Add in a close-ratio, 6-speed manual transmission, sportier suspension and road hugging standard 17" wheels, and the 2006 Civic Si is ready for anything your race driven brain can muster up. The 20th anniversary Civic Si is loaded with hi-tech performance and attitude. And it's waiting for your go. READ MORE
2006 Honda CR-V
The CR-V has but one goal: to help you accomplish your goals, whatever they may be. So we built it to be amazingly versatile and adaptable. There's room for up to five adults, and loads of different storage and seating configurations. Have a seat inside and you'll marvel at how much space there is for gear, supplies, or friends. Standard safety features include front, side and side curtain airbags, and Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) with traction control, which controls brake pressure and engine power to help maintain traction. And if you're looking for an even higher level of refinement, be sure to check out the 4WD Special Edition CR-V with leather. READ MORE
2006 Honda Element
Freedom from convention. That's the unique attitude embodied by the Element. And it turns out, not trying to fit in has made Element the accomplice for almost any quest. So get out there, live and play on your own terms, if that's your thing. Load it up for your next big adventure, and you'll quickly notice it's huge on utility. With a tall, cavernous cargo hold and removable, flip-up rear seats, you can haul all the gear, tools, supplies and equipment you need for whatever you're into that day, or that week. If you're always feeling hungry for what's next, the Element provides the versatility you need to get out and be free. READ MORE
2006 Honda Insight
As the very first gasoline-electric hybrid sold in the U.S., the Honda Insight is proud to be the original Hybrid. And it's still the most fuel-efficient. At 66 mpg, the EPA named it the most fuel-efficient vehicle in its class; and the Insight holds the title as the overall fuel-efficiency leader in America. The sporty, fun-to-drive Insight makes owning a hybrid convenient as well, since you never have to plug it in. Own an Insight, and experience how three decades of Honda environmental foresight are still paying off today. READ MORE
2006 Honda Odyssey
As adaptable as it is luxurious, the 2006 Honda Odyssey offers cutting-edge design with features such as the stowable 2nd-row PlusOne Seat (EX and EX-L), which adds seating for an eighth passenger. It packs a 244-hp engine that propels it to the head of its class; and the latest innovative Honda engineering is at its core, so you get all that power with efficiency, economy and low emissions, too. And since it's a Honda, you know that it utilizes the most innovative safety technology, including Advanced Compatibility Engineering body structure, which enhances the potential for energy absorption during a collision. The Honda Odyssey. Why settle for anything less? READ MORE
2006 Honda Pilot
The 2006 Honda Pilot makes a bold statement wherever it goes, whether it's a weekend adventure to the mountains or a daily commute through the urban jungle. And now the Pilot comes in 2WD and 4WD models, both with an advanced 3.5-litre, 24-valve, 244-hp, V-6 engine. Its newly updated exterior design features clean, uncluttered lines, a wide strong stance and a spacious, versatile interior. New safety and engineering features abound, and luxurious extras have been added for even more comfort and convenience. So you can rough it in the middle of nowhere and still enjoy some of the comforts of home. READ MORE
2006 Honda Ridgeline Truck
The new Honda Ridgeline is loaded with truck essentials, like rough-road capability, durable, rigid construction and plenty of versatile cargo room. Whether you throw down big payloads or rough roads, this rig can handle it. The Ridgeline is built to take punishment. The 5,000 lb towing capacity and 1,550 lb total payload capacity make small work of big jobs. Its strength comes from an integrated closed-box frame with unit-body construction and powerful, 247-hp, V-6 engine. READ MORE
2006 Honda S2000
Take a deep breath, buckle up and press that bright red start button. Because the S2000 packs a 237 hp, 2.2-liter VTEC engine, making it the most exhilarating sports car Honda has ever built. This one-of-a-kind vehicle exemplifies 40 years of Honda racing. Its DNA is that of a pure thoroughbred F1 race car, with a long lineage of Honda engineering milestones, including a victory in the 2004 and 2005 Indy 500. You don't have to take its engine up to 8000 RPM's to hear those performance genes loud and clear... although you can, just for fun. With new allow wheels, sportier seats and a Drive-by-Wire Throttle System, the S2000 is ready willing and able. Are you? READ MORE