Due to the current COVID-19 Pandemic, business at the Melloy Honda dealership is being altered to protect the health of both our employees and customers. This does not mean that we have closed down, in fact, many of our services are still available, but only by appointment, or online. Read more to learn how we can still serve your vehicle needs during this uncertain and unusual time.Read the rest of this entry »
The 2020 Honda Accord is a balancing act of roominess, comfort, fuel efficiency, engine power, and safety, but that doesn’t mean Honda sacrificed anything on the safety department to make the Accord of the new decade. The way Honda went about setting up the 2020 model year of the Accord was to make its safety technology suite standard on all trim levels. That’s right, Honda Sensing® is standard on every version of the 2020 Honda Accord.Read the rest of this entry »
Since a redesign back in 2018, the Honda Accord has secured praise from fans and critics alike, so much so that the design remains largely unchanged in the new decade. While many other midsize Sedans are scrambling to bring together the right set of features to get ready for the technological developments in the 2020s, the Accord is already prepared. That said, the true brilliance of the 2020 Honda Accord comes from the effort spent to put the best engine for the sedan under the hood.Read the rest of this entry »
What Are the Engine Specs of the 2020 Honda Odyssey?
25 years since the Honda Odyssey first hit the roads, the 2020 Honda Odyssey keeps the legacy going. For most of the last 25 years, the Honda Odyssey has been a customer favorite minivan for families, small businesses, and others in need of a people-carrying vehicle. By combining comfort in every seating row and the power to carry more than just people, the Honda Odyssey has made a name for itself that won’t soon be forgotten.Read the rest of this entry »
What is the 2020 Honda Odyssey Cargo Room and Seating Like?
What minivan consistently shows up every year to take on the competition without backing down? It’s the Honda Odyssey. It has been produced since 1994 and shows no signs of stopping anytime soon. The 2020 model year of the Honda Odyssey keeps with the design of the fifth generation of one of the most popular minivans of all time. There are many reasons people keep trusting their family to the Odyssey minivan, but one of the most important reasons might be its cargo space.Read the rest of this entry »
The 2020 Honda CR-V has eight exterior color options. They’re your standard conservative black, white, grey, blue, and red paints made to match the sensible design of the small SUV. See the eight color options below:Read the rest of this entry »
As drivers trend more and more toward small SUVs over sedans and larger SUVs, the compact crossover SUV market becomes more and more competitive. Because of this, the 2020 Honda CR-V had to be built to keep the attention of shoppers. One key way is to create comfortable, spacious seating. How well does the 2020 Honda CR-V do at making sure everyone inside enjoys the ride? Read on to learn about what it’s like to sit inside the 2020 Honda CR-V.Read the rest of this entry »
Gyms near Farmington, NM
During the holidays we tend to eat quite a bit of treats. While there is nothing wrong with some indulgence, we may feel the need to work out a bit extra. If you are looking for a new gym to join, we have created a list of the top-rated gyms near Farmington, NM.Read the rest of this entry »
2020 Honda Civic Sedan Trim Levels and Specs
The 2020 Honda Civic is a technology-packed and fuel-efficient sedan that has power under the hood and innovative features that simplify the driving experience. The first generation of the Honda Civic was produced in 1972 as a two-door compact car. Since then, the Civic has expanded in size and is available in multiple different models, like the Civic Si Coupe, Civic Hatchback and hybrid options. The 2020 Honda Civic Sedan underwent a restyle for the 2020 model year, so let’s take a closer look at the stylish 2020 Honda Civic Sedan. Read the rest of this entry »
Why you should keep the recommended tires on your vehicle
We’ve all seen the lifted trucks that are so popular for their large and dominant size, but is it really worth being tall to switch out your tires and modify components of your Honda vehicle? The short answer is no, it is not at all worth it, but we will go into greater detail below. Keep reading to learn why you should not change the size of your Honda vehicle’s tires.