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3939 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626

Irondequoit Honda Dealer

With a solid reputation for reliability and legendary quality, Honda is a solid choice for safety, performance, and value. Whether you are looking for a new or used Honda, Ralph Honda is the place you want to be. We have helped many customers over the years from all over the area to find the Honda of their dreams. If you are looking for an Irondequoit Honda Dealer, we offer an impressive inventory of new and used Hondas from which to choose. We understand that when it comes to shopping for a new car, you have very high expectations. We get it, and we enjoy the challenge of not only meeting but exceeding those high expectations each time you come in to visit us.

Our impeccable reputation within the community is a matter of great pride; our friendly and knowledgeable staff takes a no-nonsense approach, and our straightforward style is the key to our success. We are dedicated to meeting your needs and getting you the best deal possible. All you need to do is show up, and we promise to take care of everything else. Whether you live right here in Rochester or hail from Irondequoit or any of the other outline cities, it is certainly worth the trip to Ralph Honda.

A blue 2021 Honda HR-V is driving on a city street after leaving an Irondequoit Honda Dealer.

2022 Honda Highlights

A red 2022 Honda Civic Sport is shown from the rear parked on a city street.

2022 Honda Civic

Honda’s award-winning lineup continues with the 2022 Civic that marks the 11th generation of Honda’s longest-running nameplate. The 2022 Civic lives up to its rich legacy and reflects Honda’s modern approach to its design philosophy of “Man Maximum/Machine Minimum.” In other words, Honda minimizes the space needed for mechanical components to give you and your passengers more room and comfort throughout the cabin. We see this firsthand in the 2022 Civic’s longer front hood, its pushed-back A-pillars, lower cowl, and uncluttered interior that gives you an expansive view outward to make the sedan feel spacious.

Your time behind the wheel of the Civic is even more enjoyable on the 2022 model. Honda gives you a choice between two updated four-cylinder engines that deliver up to 180 horses, making the Civic quick to respond and fun to drive. The 2.0-liter and 1.5-liter turbocharged engines are mated to Honda’s continuously variable transmission that’s responsible for the Civic’s efficiency and performance. The Civic has a lot of pep in its step, but it doesn’t come at the cost of efficiency, with the sedan averaging 31 MPG mpg in the city and 40 MPG on the highway.*1

Aside from its modern design and capable powertrains, the 2022 Civic is also laden with innovative technology that keeps you connected and informed when you’re behind the wheel. The Civic Touring comes with Honda’s all-digital LCD instrument panel, which gives you all the data you need in a clear display behind the steering wheel. The center touchscreen display allows you to sync your smartphone via Apple CarPlay or Android Auto and gives you access to your favorite apps, whether you’re streaming music, navigating the fastest route, or responding to messages. You can add a Bose premium sound system to the Civic for an immersive listening experience.

2022 Honda Odyssey

Minivans don’t have to be unattractive or cumbersome, and the 2022 Honda Odyssey proves it with its sophisticated design and adventurous spirit. The Odyssey exceeds every expectation in the segment, starting with its stunning exterior that includes a gloss-black front grille, LED lights, sliding doors, and a welcome light that illuminates the ground outside the doors for greater visibility. Roof rails and crossbars add to the van’s functionality, giving you the option for more adventures with the family, whether you’re hauling extra luggage, bikes, skis, or other gear.

Inside, the Odyssey is truly magical, with a versatile interior that can be customized to your needs in any situation. Offering seating for up to eight, the Odyssey is designed to conveniently haul your family and all your gear. This convenience is epitomized in the available Magic Slide second-row seats that allow you to easily access the third row with the touch of a button. You can also fold the seats flat to haul longer cargo or move the seats forward so that younger passengers are within arm’s reach. Technology like CabinWatch and CabinTalk give you greater peace of mind by letting you easily keep an eye on and talk to your rear passengers.

As a family vehicle, the 2022 Odyssey also comes with a host of safety and driver-assist tools that are centralized in the Honda Sensing Suite. The Collision Mitigation Braking System keeps an eye on the traffic ahead and can bring the Odyssey to an emergency stop if a collision is imminent. The Road Departure Mitigation System alerts you when the Odyssey drifts from its lane while Lane Keeping Assist can subtly adjust the steering wheel to keep the Odyssey safely in its lane. Adaptive Cruise Control with Low-Speed Follow is another exceptional tool that actively monitors the flow of highway traffic and adjusts the Odyssey’s cruising speed as needed.

2022 Honda Passport

The 2022 Passport is ready to answer the call of the wild, are you? The Passport features an all-new rugged design that reflects its versatility and capability whether you’re on the trail or cruising down the highway. To accomplish this, Honda moved the Passport’s A-pillars forward and made several improvements to the design, including a new hood with a squared-off nose, front fenders, an aggressive rear bumper, and larger exhaust finishers. The HPD Package distinguishes the Passport even further with a unique front grille, aggressive wheels, exclusive graphics, and black fender flares.

Under the hood, the Passport delivers the most power in the segment thanks to Honda’s 3.5-liter V6 engine and 9-speed automatic transmission. This combination delivers 280 horses and 262 lb-ft of torque for quick acceleration and responsive handling. You can take the Passport’s capability even further with Honda’s torque-vectoring all-wheel-drive system that sends up to 70 percent of the engine’s torque to the rear wheels to make the Passport capable of traveling in harsh conditions and across rough terrain.

The Passport’s sense of wanderlust is truly apparent in the all-new Passport TrailSport, the first in Honda’s TrailSport lineup. The TrailSport is distinguished with exclusive design details like aggressive front and rear bumpers, exclusive orange TrailSport badging, and a wider stance. However, there’s more to the TrailSport than just a few unique design details. It’s destined for the trail and comes equipped with all-wheel drive and Honda’s Intelligent Traction Management system that extends its capability on and off the pavement.

A blue 2022 Honda CR-V Hyrbid Touring is shown from the front parked in a modern gallery.

2022 Honda CR-V

It’s hard to believe that the first-generation CR-V that came equipped with a stowaway picnic table is related to the CR-V that we see today. The newest iteration of the “Comfortable Runabout Vehicle” continues its reign in the Honda lineup and ushers in a new era of innovation, power, and convenience that distinguishes it in the segment. A picnic table is not included.

The 2022 CR-V is truly remarkable whether you’re looking at the CR-V or the Hybrid lineup. The CR-V is powered by a 1.5-liter turbocharged engine that delivers 190 horses and a fuel economy of 28 MPG in the city and 34 MPG on the highway.*2 The hybrid extends the CR-V’s performance by pairing a 2.0-liter Atkinson-cycle engine with an electric motor to deliver 212 horsepower and an average of 40 MPG in the city. With either powertrain, you’ll spend less money on fuel and less time at the pump, which means more of both for your next adventure.

Beyond its performance and efficiency, the 2022 CR-V is sophisticated, spacious, and sporty. The exterior features sculpted lines, chrome accents, a stylish rear spoiler, LED lighting, and a bold front end that reflect its versatility and stability from every angle. Inside, the CR-V is loaded with intuitive technology and design details that make it feel more luxurious than what seems fair for an SUV with such an affordable price tag.

The CR-V’s technology extends from wireless smartphone charging and smartphone integration to its multiple displays that give you all the information you need. The driver information interface shows you turn-by-turn navigation, driver attention and safety alerts, audio settings, speed, mileage, and fuel level in a clear display behind the steering wheel. The center touchscreen display is home to smartphone integration via Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, as well as navigation and the standard rearview camera. Other luxuries include heated leather seats and a heated steering wheel, both of which make driving the CR-V more enjoyable in colder weather.

Why Ralph Honda is Worth the Drive

How far are you willing to travel for a dependable, reliable, and quality Honda that will give you years of dedicated service? Most people are more than willing to drive 15 or 20 minutes to get a great deal on a Honda from a reputable dealership. There are several reasons why our customers are willing to travel to visit us, and research backs this up. Nearly 60 percent of auto shoppers will choose a dealership based on reputation, which is why we work so diligently to uphold ours. Over half of all car shoppers will travel to a dealership with a great selection of vehicles; again, we boast a wide selection of new and used vehicles for your benefit. The bottom line is that we are determined to make it worth your while to travel from Irondequoit to buy a Honda.

Buying a Honda is a smart investment; you are sensibly spending good money to get quality workmanship, reliability, resale value, and fuel economy. For seven decades, this Japanese automaker has been manufacturing exceptional vehicles that consistently top the charts in all categories and win awards. The Honda lineup includes everything from spacious minivans to fast performance cars. When shopping for a new Honda, you won't have any trouble finding exactly what you are searching for. And thanks to a reputation for industry-leading innovation and technology, even the base models feel like luxury vehicles. Honda is one of the top brands on the market, and we are quite sure you won't be disappointed with your purchase, no matter which model you choose.

Honda has one of the strongest lineups in the industry right now, and the news only gets better as each new model year begins showing up at the dealerships. Many Honda models rank at the top in terms of quality, dependability, and safety; there really isn't a weak link in the whole lineup. Honda stands out in terms of vehicle dynamics, packaging, and standard features. Here is what you can look forward to when you purchase your brand new Honda.

A red 2021 Honda Accord is shown from the side while parked behind a pond and in front of fall trees.

2021 Honda Highlights

The midsize Honda Pilot SUV boasts plenty of traits that make it a popular choice, including decent ground clearance, a powerful V6 engine, and a roomy interior. If you are looking for an SUV with a satisfying driving experience, the Pilot is difficult to beat. New to the 2021 Pilot lineup is the Special Edition trim, which adds black exterior accents, 20-inch black wheels, a power liftgate, and wireless device charging. Also, the Pilot now comes standard with wheel-mounted paddle shifters, a nine-speed transmission, and tri-zone automatic climate conditioning.

The ever-popular staple of the Honda lineup, the Accord, has a few tweaks made here and there for the 2021 model year. The previously optional 8-inch infotainment display is now standard across the board, and the car also boasts Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard features. There are also new headlamps, a new grille design, and a new wheel design. If you are a fan of Sonic Gray Pearl, it is now an exterior color option.

For those interested in a Honda minivan, you won’t just find the 2021 Odyssey on our lot, you will also find the 2022 Odyssey. While this may seem confusing, Honda decided to release the 2022 model year early. When looking at the new Odyssey, you will notice a restyled front facia as well as an aesthetically pleasing new trim panel under the rear tailgate window. You can now enjoy a rear-seat reminder system, Honda Sensing active safety tech, and an available interior camera so you can keep an eye on the kids in the back seat.

The Honda Ridgeline also enjoys an exterior makeover that gives it a fresh and bolder look. A few of the new-look features include a blacked-out grille, black overfenders, and bronze wheels. As of now, all-wheel drive is also standard, and to top things off, drivers get to enjoy an updated infotainment system. This unique pickup is one of the best examples of Honda’s commitment to innovation, and for the 2021 model year it is better than ever.

A gray 2021 Honda Odyssey is parked in front of a soccer field.

Three Hondas Named “Best Cars for the Money”

There are numerous industry awards and honors given to Honda every year, and one organization that is among those that gives these awards is U.S. News & World Report. This agency evaluates and rates vehicles across a wide range of categories, including Best Cars for Families, Best New Car, and Best Used Car. Among the listings that many people turn to for help in choosing the right vehicle is the Best Car for the Money award. This is a trusted resource/award that helps drivers judge the overall value of a vehicle.

This year, three different Honda models were listed among the select few chosen as U.S. News & World Report Best Cars for the Money, an honor shared by only two other manufacturers. The Honda Passport, CR-V, and Odyssey were chosen as the finest options in their categories in terms of not only overall performance and quality but also for the value they offer.
We are excited about these models being chosen and not just because we get to see these vehicles every day. These three vehicles are full of great safety features, excellent tech, and are perfect options for almost any kind of driver.

A burgundy 2021 Honda Passport with a roof cargo box is driving through the woods.

How the Vehicles Are Chosen

Sometimes when you look at awards given to vehicles, it is hard to tell why, exactly, a particular model was chosen. Fortunately, U.S. News & World Report makes their criteria quite clear, and it comes down to two things: quality and value. For them to name a vehicle as a Best Car for the Money, it has to offer high quality at an extraordinary value, which is why it is no surprise that three different Honda models were chosen this year.

For quality, U.S. News & World Report actually uses an aggregate system to determine what models have the best features and performance to offer. Their ranking system measures quality based on every published, credible review available for any particular model. So rather than simply relying on their own opinion, they analyze reviews from a wide range of sources, then combine that with data regarding fuel economy, cargo space, and safety to determine a final, overall quality score.

When considering value, U.S. News & World Report looks at more than just the suggested retail price for a vehicle. The initial cost is one aspect of it, of course, but they want to consider the long-term costs to get a real sense of the overall value of a vehicle. They look at ongoing costs like repairs, maintenance, fuel, insurance, and other factors to determine the true value of a vehicle. The Best Cars for the Money are those that offer the highest combination of quality and value for customers.

Honda’s Three Winners

In the six different categories for SUVs and minivans, Honda won three of them, more than any other manufacturer in this selection. The 2021 Honda Passport was named the Best Car for the Money for two-row SUVs.1 The 2021 Honda Odyssey was named the Best Minivan for the Money, beating minivan models out there from manufacturers like Kia and Chrysler.2 The 2021 Odyssey is a powerful minivan with a 3.5L V6 that can be equipped with features like an 11-speaker sound system, a power moonroof, and CabinTalk, making it a great family vehicle. The Passport also has a powerful 3.5L V6 and can be equipped with things like a wireless phone charger, heated steering wheel, and rain-sensing wipers.

The 2021 Honda CR-V was named the U.S. News & World Report Best Compact SUV for the Money for the fifth year in a row and for its eighth time overall.3 This should really tell you something about the kind of quality and overall value that the CR-V has to offer, and we are incredibly pleased to be able to provide this model to our customers. The 2021 CR-V can be equipped with a 1.5L I-4 engine, a hands-free access power tailgate, wireless phone charger, an automatic-dimming rearview mirror, and so much more.

As your Irondequoit area Honda dealer, it is important to us that all of our customers have a vehicle they can rely on for many years while keeping costs down. The 2021 Odyssey, Passport, and CR-V are all excellent options to take for a test drive.

A pale blue 2021 Honda CR-V is shown driving through the city at night.

Directions from Irondequoit

Ralph Honda is just 10 miles or so from Irondequoit, a mere 15 or 20-minute drive, depending on the traffic, and getting here is quite easy. All you need to do is take NY-104 W through Greece - it's that simple! We are located on your left at the edge of town, right next door to the Ridgemont Country Club. You literally can't miss us! While we may not technically be in Irondequoit, you won't find a more conveniently located Honda dealer.

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