• Honda

Holler Honda

2211 N. Semoran Blvd.
Directions Orlando, FL 32807

  • Sales: (888) 854-9982
  • Service: 844-603-0147
  • Parts: 844-603-0148

Community Involvement & Press Releases

false false

It May Be Time for a Car Battery Replacement

Usually car owners will call our service center when they have a dead battery, but we can help you by giving you some tips that will help you be able to identify when the battery is getting weaker. By being able to get the battery inspected before it dies, you won't have to pay any of those towing charges or run the risk of getting stranded somewhere on the road.

Here is a compiled list of some of the general signs that your car battery is in need of servicing. These warning signs include:...

read more

Buy or Lease, What's The Difference?

While they look the same on the surface, buying a car and leasing one has a few substantial differences. For one, the most important is that when you buy a car, at the end of the term after having made all the payments the car is yours, and you get the title to it. With a lease, you return the vehicle to the lessor (the dealer), and the title is in the dealer's name. With a lease, the payments are usually lower than a purchase. The beauty of a lease is that at the end of the term, you…

read more

Check Engine Light

Cars and trucks are engineered to be very durable and reliable vehicles these days. However, they still need their proper attention and maintenance. One of the things that you will need to do when owning a vehicle is to always look to see if the check engine light is on. When this light goes on, it will be very important to get the car looked at immediately. Whenever the check engine light goes on it means that the gas cap might be loose and needs to be closed. You might need to get a new catalytic converter or replace the…
read more

Your Tires Need Regular Maintenence Too

Did you know that having properly inflated tires can give you better gas mileage? Better gas mileage means that you will save money on gas. But your tires don't just need to be properly inflated. When you inspect your tires, you need to look at how the tread is worn—if it's worn more along the inside or the outside of your tires then you will need to get an alignment to correct that problem.
​When do you know when it's time for new tires? There's a simple test you can do to find that out…
read more
Page 1 of 3
; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;