A 2023 Honda Pilot descending a road

Watch Video: Overview of the 2023 Honda Pilot

What Makes the 2023 Honda Pilot Stand Out? 

Are you looking for a durable SUV? Whether carpooling adventures, impromptu weekend getaways, or exciting road trips, the 2023 Honda Pilot is dependable and fun! Equipped with a 285-hp 3.5-liter Direct Injection, i-VTEC® V6 engine, the 2023 Pilot makes every drive enjoyable. The Integrated Drive Modes—Normal, ECON, Snow, Sport, Tow, and available Trail and Sand—give you more driving confidence on every terrain. Additionally, the Pilot was engineered to make your adventures better. It comes with ample cargo and passenger space. Front Wiper De-Icer gives you enhanced visibility on those frigid Canadian winters, while the heated leather-wrapped steering wheel and front seats keep you warm and toasty! But what makes the 2023 Honda Pilot stand out? At Steele Honda in St. John’s, NL, we present a video that gives you the lowdown! If you want to finance your 2023 Pilot, we offer several options. 

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A 2023 Honda Civic parked on a smooth road

How Safe is the 2023 Honda Civic Sedan?

Explore the Crucial Safety Features of the 2023 Honda Civic Sedan

The 2023 Honda Civic Sedan is fun to drive. From its sleek styling to its airy cabin, it is a complete joy on the road. Designed aesthetically with a wide frame and expansive glass areas, it creates a powerful look that is hard to miss. It is built for instantaneous response, with a sport-tuned suspension and an available 180-horsepower turbocharged engine. Safety-wise, it is good. Like every other Honda vehicle, the 2023 Honda Civic Sedan understands the importance of safety and security. Here, in this blog by the Steele Honda dealership in St. John’s, NL, we learn more about the critical safety features of the 2023 Honda Civic Sedan.

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Car maintenance for winter

How to Protect Your Vehicle During Winters?

Tips for Winterizing Your Vehicle  

For drivers and their vehicles, winter is a test of endurance. A car’s battery can fail, or its door may freeze shut sometimes; other times, the interior may become damp, or the windows may need to be de-iced. And all that is before you even enter the road and have to navigate slick snow and ice. With a few preemptive steps, most wintertime issues can be avoided. Even though many service partners offer a thorough and knowledgeable winter car check, you should perform it yourself. Remember that winterizing your car should be done before the first snowflakes appear. Fall is the best season to prepare your vehicle for the winter. Continue reading this blog by the Steele Honda dealership in St. John’s, NL, to learn the tips for winterizing your car.  

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