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At last, Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI) is really to bring the CR-Z here. Deliveries, however, are not expected to arrive until August. So what they're doing to help pre-sell their new two-door hybrid sports coupe is to take it on a road tour. The CR-Z will make a total of nine stops across Honda dealerships in Metro Manila. But do care to note that they'll display the CR-Z Mugen Concept previewed at the Philippine International Motor Show (PIMS) last year, not the latest 2013-spec CR-Z that's on sale.
 
Available in six variants, HCPI began pre-selling the CR-Z last April 26, 2013 on a “first come, first serve” delivery basis. That means, if you put in your reservation on the 1st week of May, you're assured to be one of the first few to get a brand-new CR-Z by August.
 
The Honda CR-Z Mugen Concept will make these nine stops in Metro Manila:
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Well this is unfortunate. After Mitsubishi issued a recall for the all-new Mirage last Friday, this time, it's Honda's turn to send out a recall of their own. Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI) just annouced a voluntary safety recall of 2001 to 2002 Civics (7th generation) and 2002 CR-Vs (2nd generation) because of a faulty front passenger airbag. This campaign affects 9,743 units locally and over 1.1 million vehicles worldwide.
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Holy Week is just a week away and I'm pretty sure you're pumped up to go on that epic road trip. But to make sure that you have a worry-free drive, Honda Cars Philippines Inc. (HCPI) is once again running their Honda Emergency Assistance Team (HEAT) program.
 
From March 27 to 31, 2013, Honda will set up eight (8) strategically located HEAT sites as far up as Vigan and as down South as Tagaytay. In each site, HEAT will offer services such as Emergency Assistance and HEAT Hotline Support through HCPI's Roving Teams to ALL private and public car owners, whether their vehicle is a Honda or not. Of course, Honda owners can enjoy extra privileges from FREE Honda Diagnostic System Check-up, FREE 18-point Safety Check-up, as well as Discounted Accessories.
 
These are the eight (8) strategically located H.E.A.T. sites:
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Honda Cars Philippines Inc. (HCPI) today issued a voluntary recall which affects some 171 units of the Honda Pilot and Odyssey sold in the Philippines from June 2012 to January 2013. This is part of a campaign that involves 836,176 Pilots and Odyssesys worldwide which were manufactured in the USA. The issue addressed by this bulletin comes from a potential inappropriate installation of driver-side front airbag rivets.
 
“Findings show that there are possibly some rivets which secure the driver’s front airbag cover and bracket that were inappropriately installed. As a result, the deployment characteristics of the affected airbags may change upon collision and driver protection performance may decrease,” read HCPI's official statement. Thankfully, no crashes or injuries have been reported related to this issue.
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Words by Niky Tamayo | Photos by Ken Tamayo 
 
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Fans of the brand and the car in the Philippines have been clamoring for the Odyssey for decades. Well, it’s been a long time coming, but it’s finally here. Strangely, this isn’t the Odyssey any of us pictured coming in. Don’t be fooled by the Japanese logo, this one’s an American mini-van through and through. Designed, built, and sold in America. While this American focus has reaped it great sales and accolades in the US, the concept and execution are radically different from the Odyssey’s Asian market competitors. Well, if you can’t have a market segment all to yourself, sometimes it pays to make your own.
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There are over 6 million registered motor vehicles in the Philippines, producing 30 million tons of CO2 each year and causing respiratory and cardiovascular diseases and even death. That is why, in line with their “Blue Skies for Our Children” motto, Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI) recently launched the 1'M Blue Campaign - a program that seeks 1 million committed Eco-Safe Drivers. 
 
Read as “I'm Blue”, the 1’M Blue Campaign aims to address air pollution, climate change, and energy sustainability for the future generation. It does this by (1) influencing driver behavior and consciousness on fuel efficiency and safety, (2) generating support for eco-safe driving, (3) providing learning tools to help create and sustain a positive behavioral change, and (4) reducing vehicle-derived air pollutants, fuel consumption, and CO2 emissions.
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Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI) is once again helping motorists get ready for a busy Holy Week ahead through its Honda Emergency Action Team (H.E.A.T.) program. From April 4 to 8, 2012, HEAT will be providing on-site travel aid, service, and support in strategic stations throughout Luzon.
 
This roadside assistance program is open to all private and public vehicles owners, may it be a Honda or not, who encounter car problems on the road. Receive services such as general check-up, preventive maintenance, retail and sales travel advisories though the help HCPI and its dealership network.
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Fresh from its launch, Honda Cars Philippines Inc. (HCPI) is already letting everyone get behind the wheel of the all-new 2012 Civic at “Honda Mania” from February 16 to 19, 2012 at the Bonifacio Global City in Taguig. The four-day exhibit marks HCPI's comeback after natural calamities in Japan and Thailand crippled their supply chain last year.
 
Feel free to test drive any vehicle from Honda's latest line-up including the freshly face-lifted City, the new Special Edition Jazz, and new Accord. You can also purchase genuine Honda accessories and merchanise at the event. Or why not drive up in your Honda and get a FREE 18-point vehicle check up.
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Every year, millions of Filipino's take to the road during All Saints' Day to visit loved ones in the province or to go on a vacation. And to make the trip safe and trouble-free, Honda Cars Philippines Inc. has come up with these tips so that you'd know what to check before hitting the road.
 
Under the hood: Check the radiator coolant in the reserve tank, engine oil level, as well as the brake and clutch oil. Make sure that they are all at the proper level.
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In its relentless drive to keep skies blue, Honda Cars Philippines Inc. (HCPI) partnered with Shell in the search for the Philippines’ Fuel Economy Team. Powered by Honda's Civic 1.8 liter models, Shell's fuel economy boot camp turned the country's biggest fuel spenders into fuel-saving advocates to represent the Philippines in the Shell Eco-Marathon in Sepang, Malaysia. The top 10 finalists underwent a whole day of rigorous training at the Honda Safety Driving Center in Parañaque City where they learned how to park their gas-guzzling habits. 
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