2022 June Newsletter
All-new 2023 Honda HR-V Teases Interior Versatility Geared for Adventure
Sporty and versatile, the all-new 2023 Honda HR-V is just the right size for young, active buyers looking for a fun driving experience and enough space and utility for an adventurous lifestyle. Adopting Honda’s new “Simplicity and Something” interior design direction that debuted on the 11th-generation Civic, HR-V’s new premium, high-tech cabin is feature-rich and flexible, with a more comfortable back seat and larger cargo area.
Full details to come closer to launch as the company continues its “Year of the Honda SUV.” Additional information about the all-new HR-V can be found here.
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|Ralph Honda would like to offer you TOP DOLLAR for your current vehicle! We are also willing to purchase your vehicle outright even if you’re not in the buying market. Any member of our sales team is ready to assist you with starting the trade-in process. Please call or text us at 585-299-1972 or click on the button below to get things started!
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|HAPPY FATHER’S DAY FROM RALPH HONDA
|Here’s a little something for our fathers showing our appreciation. Just mention this Gift Card at the time of write-up to receive $10.00 OFF!
|THANK YOU BETTY FORD
|We wanted to thank Betty Ford for donating 3 bags of books to our in house library! Our customers and team members are enjoying them.
|Where Did the First Road Signs Come From?
|AAA played a key role in establishing our nation’s roads, supporting the formation of an early version of the Department of Transportation in 1903, and advocating for safe roads ever since.
But many of our nation’s early roads were unmarked. And what good is a road if you don’t know where it leads?
So, starting in 1906, regional AAA clubs began paying for and installing wooden signs to help motorists find their way.
The work was as voluminous as it was necessary. Unmarked roads stretched the length and breadth of the continental United States.
In 1914, AAA started a cohesive transcontinental signage project, installing more than 4,000 signs in one stretch between Los Angeles and Kansas City alone.
It’s another illustration of the association’s quiet but critical role in the development of our nation’s infrastructure – and combined with our history of cartography, travel planning and roadside assistance, we’ve been helping motorists find their way ever since.
Receipe credit: westerncentralny.aaa.com
|HAPPY 4TH OF JULY FROM RALPH HONDA!
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