Honda maintenance workers are often overlooked by customers because they aren’t required to wear protective gear, but that doesn’t mean customers are left without options when it comes to maintaining their vehicles.
The Honda maintenance connection express has been one of the best sellers for the Japanese automaker since it began service in early 2019, and the company has been selling the service to customers since that time.
It offers maintenance on vehicles as small as four inches wide and up to 10 feet long.
The service, which is offered in four states, can cost up to $2,000 per vehicle.
The maintenance connection offers an on-site maintenance facility in California, where customers can have their maintenance vehicles serviced in a few hours and can choose from several options, including electric, hybrid, and all-electric vehicles.
It also offers a fleet maintenance service, but only for the most popular models, the Fit, Fit XL, and Fit XL Premium.
Honda is also expanding its maintenance network in the United States, expanding its service to locations in Florida, Iowa, Massachusetts, New York, and Ohio.
Customers can choose to have the service done by a Honda Maintenance Service Center in New York City, or a Honda Maintainservice Center in Los Angeles, California.HICOM said it is currently offering the service at some of its service centers, and will expand it to more service centers later this year.
Hollywood, Calif.-based Honda Motor Co. said it will also start offering the maintenance service in the Los Angeles area later this month.
The company said it started offering the services in California in September, and that it expects to start offering it in all 50 states by the end of 2020.