• Contact Us: 800-747-0338
  • Service: (855) 935-0679
  • Parts: (855) 232-1929

5600 Pensacola Boulevard Directions Pensacola, FL 32505

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Award Winning Honda Service Specials

Pensacola Honda has over 200 years of technician experience! We also have top-notch customer service associates with extensive knowledge on keeping your vehicle running properly.

Single Axle and brake Job


Includes rotor resurfacing and Honda OEM pad replacement.

$219.95
+tax and shop supplies


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Front end alignment


Front end Alignment

$89.95 +tax


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Rotate and Balance


Rotate and Balance Tires

$49.95 +tax


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Brake System Flush


Brake system flush

$139.95 +tax


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Oil Filter Change


0W 20 Oil and filter change

$40.95 +tax


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Do you have a Honda that you would like to trade?  Are you curious or ready to trade?  Pensacola Honda is in need of a few more locally owned Hondas and other great vehicles.  Take a look at what your vehicle may be worth today.  Our Internet Team is knowledgeable and ready to help.  If you would like, ask your service adviser to arrange a convenient review of our new or pre-owned inventory next time you are in our service department.  While the service is being performed Chris, Duane or Robert will arrange a quick and simple review of our inventory as well as have your vehicle appraised for trade.

While every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the information on this webpage, these prices are subject to change at any time based on manufacturer incentives and/or dealer discounts. Please check with the dealer to verify pricing.

All advertised prices for new vehicles include destination charge but exclude state and local taxes, tags, registration and title fees, processing fee and the cost of optional equipment selected by the purchaser, if any.

Contact

Pensacola Honda

5600 Pensacola Boulevard
Directions Pensacola, FL 32505

  • Contact Us: 800-747-0338
  • Service: (855) 935-0679
  • Parts: (855) 232-1929

Hours

  • Monday 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Tuesday 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Wednesday 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Thursday 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Friday 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Saturday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Sunday Closed

Do you have a Honda that you would like to trade?  Pensacola Honda is in need of great locally owned Hondas and other great vehicles.  Are you curious or ready to trade?  Take a look at what your vehicle may be worth.  Our Internet Team is knowledgeable and ready to help.

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Safety Tips

Tips and Techniques for Driving in Rain
 (courtesy of Edmunds.com)

Exercise extreme caution after a long dry spell. During a dry period, engine oil and grease build up on the road over time. When mixed with water from a new rainfall, the road becomes extremely slick. Continued rainfall will eventually wash away the oil, but the first few hours can be the most dangerous.

Allow for more travel time
. You should plan to drive at a slower pace than normal when the roads are wet. Keep in mind that traffic is likely to be moving slower as well. There's also the possibility that your preplanned route may be flooded or jammed. Whatever the case, rushing equals higher risk.

Brake earlier and with less force
than you would normally. Not only does this increase the stopping distance between you and the car in front of you, it also lets the driver behind you know that you're slowing down. Also, be more meticulous about using turn signals, so that other drivers know your intentions, and take turns and curves with less speed than you would in dry conditions.

Most of America's roads are crowned in the middle, which means that the water will run off to the sides. If possible, stay toward the middle of the road to avoid deep standing puddles.

If you see a large puddle up ahead, drive around it or choose a different route. It could be that it's covering a huge gaping maw into the front door of hell. Well, maybe not, but water splashing up into your car's engine compartment could damage its internal electrical systems. Also, a pothole may be hiding under the water, just waiting in ambush to damage a wheel or knock your suspension out of alignment. If you can't gauge the depth, or if it's covering up the side curb, try to avoid it.

Don't attempt to cross running water
. This ain't an SUV commercial, and you'll probably get into a heckuva lot of trouble if the force of the water is greater than the weight of your vehicle. All-wheel drive isn't going to be much help if your vehicle is being pushed sideways. Don't end up like those folks on the nightly news who had to abandon their cars to Mother Nature.

After you cross a puddle, tap on your brake pedal lightly to dry off some of the water on your rotors.

Turn on your headlights
, even when there's a light sprinkle. It helps you see the road, and more importantly, it helps other motorists see you. However, don't blast your high beams in the rain or fog - it'll obscure your view further, as the light will reflect back at you off the water droplets in the air. If your car is equipped with foglights, you may find it helpful to turn these on, as they throw a little extra light on the road while making your car easier to see.

If it's raining so hard that you can't see the road or the car in front of you, pull over and wait it out.

If you start to hydroplane, don't brake suddenly or turn the wheel, or you might spin into a skid. Release the gas pedal slowly and steer straight until the car regains traction. If you must brake, tap the brake pedal (unless you have antilock brakes, in which case you can put your foot down).