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All-new 2017 Honda Civic Hatchback arrives this fall at Cookeville Honda

2017 Honda Civic Hatchback coming soon to Cookeville, Tennessee


Just when it seemed like the award-winning Honda Civic lineup couldn’t get any better, get ready to feast your eyes on the 2017 Honda Civic Hatchback, making its U.S. debut this fall at Cookeville Honda.


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"The Civic Hatch has been a staple for Honda in Europe, but has long been the forbidden fruit for Honda fans in the U.S.," said Jeff Conrad...

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Honda models dominate KBB.com's 'Best Family Cars of 2016' list

Honda's best family cars available now in Cookeville, Tennessee


Kelley Blue Book’s KBB.com recently released its yearly “16 Best Family Cars” list and here at Cookeville Honda, we couldn’t be more thrilled to see Honda models dominate each category! The 2016 Honda Civic, Accord, HR-V, CR-V, Pilot, and Odyssey were all recognized in their respective categories.


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The Honda Civic and Accord were named as two of the six highest-rated family sedans…

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Driving Slower May Help Save Your Life

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Driving Slower May Help Save Your Life

A majority of Interstates have a speed limit of 70 MPH. Many people go 80 MPH, but you might want to consider driving slower. Here is why!

When driving, the weight of your car is much higher than when it is standing still. Think of it like a baseball, someone picks up a baseball and it might be a pound or two. When they throw it, it hurts if it hits your arm. It could even knock out teeth. This is because the baseball is going through inertia which basically means it weighs way more when it is flying through the air at you than it normally does when it is not moving.

A baseball weighs a fraction of a pound. Most cars weigh at least 4,000 pounds. Imagine if that baseball hitting your arm was 4,000 pounds. Now imagine it weighing a lot more because it’s in motion like that thrown baseball.

When 2 objects collide, one way to measure the force they hit with is with G-Force. When a car crashes into a wall at 70 MPH if it weighed 4,500 pounds like a light sedan, the…

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