Honda Car InsuranceSeptember 11, 2014
If it runs on an engine, odds are Honda has a hand in it.
First conceived exclusively as a manufacturer of 2-cycle motorcycle engines, the Honda Technical Research Institute was founded by Soichiro Honda in 1946 in Hamamatsu, Japan.
Just two years later, the company was rebranded as Honda Motor Company, and opened its first U.S. retailer in 1959. Today Honda is the world’s No. 1 producer of motorcycles and internal combustion engines, as well as the eight largest carmaker in the world. The company also produces a wide variety of other equipment, from aircraft and power boats to generators and lawn mowers.
Honda’s first production vehicle was the T360 mini pick-up truck, which arrived at lots in the summer of 1963. Today, the most popular entries in Honda’s fuel-efficient fleet include the versatile Civic sedan, which includes a hybrid model, the widely popular Pilot SUV and the lightweight Ridgeline truck. Honda also owns the luxury car brand, Acura.
Honda cars are renowned for their safety and reliability. As a result, insuring your Honda vehicle cheaply is generally not a problem.
Headquartered in Tokyo, Honda’s production facilities are spread across the globe, from the United States to Turkey and New Zealand, to name a few countries.
Learn how to insure your Honda below:
- Honda Accord
- Honda CR-V
- Honda Element
- Honda Civic
- Compare the Honda Accord to the Ford Fusion
- Honda Odyssey
- Honda Pilot