October New Honda Owners Clinic

November 2nd, 2009 by

Buying a new car isn’t just an important decision – it’s also a big investment. To help new Honda owners learn how to take the best care of their investment, Perfection Honda offers free New Owner’s Clinics. Our last clinic was well-attended with more than 80 Honda owners ranging from first-time car buyers to senior citizens. We consistently hear that even people who have owned Hondas before learned something new about their car during our clinics.

At a New Owner’s Clinic, we’ll teach you how to get the most out of your new car from the inside out. We answer questions about everything from how to adjust your sound system to how to check the oil. After all, when you bought the car, you were probably more concerned with getting the best deal than learning how to set the dashboard clock. This is a great time to ask about the little things that make your new Honda so convenient.

You will also meet Perfection Honda’s friendly staff so you can have the peace of mind that comes with knowing your car will be in good hands when you bring it to the dealership for maintenance. During the clinic, we will go over the recommended maintenance schedule for your car, and you can ask Perfection’s award-winning service advisors and technicians questions about how to maintain your new vehicle for a lifetime of optimum performance. It’s also a great time to brush up on the details of Honda warranties and the best service schedule for your car. Clinic guests spend time with our mechanics, who will take you on a guided tour of your car’s engine. They even put the cars up on jacks to discuss maintenance of tires, suspension, brakes and more.

Clinics are scheduled once every quarter on a Saturday morning. We close down the service department of the dealership for three hours so we can give our undivided attention to your questions and lunch is served at the end. Reservations are being taken now for a clinic in February. Call Parts and Service Director Greg Tanny at (505) 898-0000 today to reserve a spot.

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