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Posted: Friday, June 6, 2008 11:34 am | Updated: 9:44 pm, Fri Oct 7, 2011.

As gas prices continue to skyrocket certain types of vehicles we’ve come to know and love over the years are becoming less and less practical to drive and to fill up at the pumps. Car buyers are trading in the gas thirsty monster SUV’s and huge trucks in favor of the high mileage hybrid cars and gas thrifty compacts. As evidenced in this months news that the Honda Civic was the best selling car in America for the month of May. And why not?

It was thirty five years ago that the tiny Honda Civic was first introduced to American car buyers. At that time America was facing an energy crisis. The subcompact Civic was stingy on gas, got you from point A to point B and was well made and environmental friendly. Some 35 years later America is facing a similar energy crisis and the Honda Civic once again steps up to the plate. But as the saying goes, “this is not your Father’s Honda Civic!” For 2008 The Civic has been once again redesigned and comes in a variety of flavors. From the budget oriented DX model to the sporty looking EX, the Honda Civic answers the drivers need. Today you can even choose a Honda Civic Hybrid. With the Hybrid model the Civic can achieve real-world gas mileage of 40 plus miles per gallon. The Hybrid Civic combines a gasoline and electric engine but still sports an aggressive, snappy drive.

Like all Honda’s the Civic ranks high in resale value, more than other compacts on the market today, and has a very high reliability rating. With the Civic not only do you get a gas-stingy sporty car to drive, it’s also well-made and holds its value. What else could you ask for when looking for a new car to drive in these economically challenging times?

Right Honda of Scottsdale welcomes you to come test drive the new Honda Civic and see why so many other car buyers have helped make it the best selling model in the country. A car like Honda can have a great reputation on its own but it still takes a professional and friendly car dealer to sell you the vehicle. Right Honda prides itself on quality customer service whether in person at the dealership or through their online department. Right Honda, located at 7875 E. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd. in north Scottsdale, has been in business since 1998 and in 1999 moved to its present location.

As part of the Wilson Group, one of the fastest growing automotive groups in the Southwest, Right Honda of Scottsdale has built its success by a strong commitment to the customer by management and staff. Right Honda also believes in being an active member in the community they call home. Since 1999 Right Honda has served thousands of satisfied car buyers and has kept their commitment to strong customer support after the sale. Their state-of-the-art facility at 7875 E. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd. is within easy driving distance via the Loop 101 freeway. Their parts department looks like a min-mall with all sorts of Honda gear, shirts, t-shirts, even gift cards and watches. Oh yes, as well as one of the best stocked Honda approved parts departments in the Southwest.

The service department at Right Honda has 40 service bays to insure that there is the shortest wait time possible for you to check in your car for routine work or a major repair. As a result of Right Honda’s ongoing customer training and certification they have won 4 President’s awards and National Recognition awards for their express service. Why does all this matter? Anyone can sell you a car. Few car dealers can make you feel like you’re part of the family and as important to them coming in for an oil change a few months later as you were the first time you walked through the showroom doors. Come see the Right Honda of Scottsdale difference for yourself and take the Civic, Accord or any other Honda product that is right for you for a test drive today. Give them a call at (888) 819-0984 or go online at www. righthonda.com!

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