Honda is a full-line automaker that sells cars, SUVs, minivans, and even trucks, making it a great place to get started if you’re shopping for a used vehicle. Of course, Auto Show Sales & Service is a pretty good place to get started as well, since we’ve got not only a nice selection of pre-owned Hondas but also a staff that’s dedicated to meeting your needs with honesty, integrity, and respect. Just take a look at our showroom — in person or online — and find out why we’re Sacramento’s favorite used-car dealership.
Award-winning Honda vehicles are often in high demand, but you don’t have to pay a high price to own one. Because most pre-owned vehicles lose their biggest chunk of depreciation during their first year on the road, buying a pre-owned model means you get to subtract much of that depreciation from the price tag. The result is a ripple effect that also leads to lower insurance premiums since coverage costs are usually based on how much you paid for your car. And remember that used-vehicle history reports make it easy to research a pre-owned Honda’s past service records, discover whether it’s been in an accident, and learn exactly how many other owners it’s had. That can give you the added confidence you need to buy a used model, especially knowing that Auto Show Sales & Service is dedicated to creating a mutually beneficial relationship with its customers. To check out our entire stock of used Hondas, just click here!
Used Hondas are, obviously, older than new ones. But that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice technology. Honda has gotten so far ahead of industry trends that even its pre-owned models can have the sophisticated tech features that modern drivers prefer. (Note: Exact features vary by model.)
The extensive Honda lineup makes it simple to find one that meets your needs. Indeed, the hardest part may be narrowing your choices down from all the award-winners we have in stock. Here are some of our favorites to help you make up your mind:
The Honda Motor Company actually got its start in 1948 producing motorcycles, and it’s still a much-loved brand by drivers who prefer two wheels over four. But in 1963, Honda started branching out with small cars and trucks for the Japanese market, eventually hitting it big internationally with the debut of the 1972 Honda Civic. Then came the Honda Accord that put the brand’s sales into overdrive: Since 1976, when the Accord was launched, U.S. buyers have purchased more than 12.5 million of them. As for Honda’s corporate presence in this country, that dates back to 1959 — four years before the company began selling cars here.