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What You Need To Know About the 2018 Honda CR-V

That’s right, we said the new “2018” CR-V. According to automotive industry pundits, Honda plans to begin selling the all-new CR-V crossover SUV sometime in 2017 as a 2018 model.

The recently spied new 2018 Honda CR-V promises to be an evolution of one of America’s top-selling crossover SUVs, adding more interior space, a new turbocharged 4-cylinder engine, an updated cabin, stiffer chassis, a longer wheelbase, and a more aerodynamic exterior.

Award-Winning SUV Heritage

Honda engineers know well enough not to mess too much with a successful formula. After all, the 2015 Honda CR-V won Motor Trend’s prestigious “SUV of the Year” honors, so don’t expect any dramatic changes in the new 5th generation model.

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Buying a New Honda: 4 Picks for Families

Being in the market for a new family car is stressful — so stressful that you might feel like putting your hands on your face and screaming, like Macaulay Culkin’s character in the movie “Home Alone.”

Fortunately, you can find four great options, as recommended by industry experts, at Rick Case Honda.

2013 Honda Accord 4-Door

The 2013 Honda Accord makes our list of ideal family cars because both the 2-door and 4-door Accord received the coveted Top Safety Pick+ designation from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). The 4-door sedan is a great pick for families who aren’t ready to move into an SUV or minivan. It has ample space in the back seat and truck, plus it looks sharp enough to deliver mom or dad to work in style. Continue reading


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Tips to Lower your Car Insurance Bill

Woody Allen once described spending time with an insurance agent as worse than death. Maybe Allen was on to something. The truth is, fewer people these days interact with insurance agents. We instead rely on Internet forms, phone calls, and mailed statements to manage our policies. It’s likely we no longer have a reliable adviser who can answer the tough questions like, “How can I pay less for car insurance?”

Rest assured, you’re in the right place. Below are some conventional strategies that can help you lower your costs. Some take longer to produce savings, while others can have an immediate impact. Continue reading