It has been announced that Dodge and Nissan will be coming to NASCAR in 2020. With this being the case, many diehard Honda fans are asking about the 2019 or 2020 season for Honda. It is crazy to think that Toyota, Ford, Chevy, Nissan and Dodge will all have cars in NASCAR but Honda will not have a single car. What makes this difficult to understand is the fact that so many people have souped up a Honda Civic or Honda Accord in the last 20 years. One would think all those eyeballs watching NASCAR would love to see a Honda speeding around the track.
In the foreseeable future, it does not look as if there will be a Honda in NASCAR. If there was, what type of Honda would you prefer to see? An Accord? A Civic? The Civic Type R?
We would love to hear your thoughts. In the meantime, do some research and see which drivers would be the best for a Honda car. There are some drivers that have stated the would only drive a Ford or a Chevy. Also understand that the owner of the car or the organization that owns the car and driver determine the manufacturer. RCR Racing will always be Chevy. This is just a fact.
Maybe there will be some progressive NASCAR car owners or organizations that will make a push for Honda to make an appearance in NASCAR. Remember, in the early days of Toyota and the “Car of Tomorrow” there were just a handful of races in which the car made an appearance. Maybe we will see Honda racing cars in some other small known circuits. Have you seen Honda cars at your local race track?
If you live near Jacksonville, North Carolina and you have a vehicle there is a chance you have received a phone call from Dave Christiansen of Lejeune Honda who is looking to buy your Honda, Toyota, Nissan, Ford, Chevrolet or Dodge. Many people are going to ask, “Why is he calling and does he really want to buy my car?” If he wants to buy your car, is it worth it to sell it right now? Can I actually make good money on selling my car to them even though it has over 100,000 miles?
Note that these phone calls are coming to you because you have kept your vehicle current on the proper maintenance. It is not the case that everyone with a vehicle gets a phone call. The fact that you have been very responsible with your vehicle means it has value. If you have been considering trading in your car, truck, van or SUV or simply want to make some extra money in March 2017 it would be a wise decision to give Lejeune Honda a call and consider selling them your car.
So, are they trying to rip you off or get your car for less than it is worth? Not exactly. Many of these Honda car dealerships are looking to expand their used car lots so they want to buy cars quickly. At the present time, it looks as if Lejeune Honda is looking to expand the lot beside them which was the old Lejeune Lincoln dealership. In fact, there are still people that are searching to find out what is in the Lejeune Lincoln location.
The worst case scenario is that you call Lejeune Honda and discuss how much your vehicle is worth. You may even find that you make a significant amount of money that can go towards paying off other car loans or credit card debts.
Note that your vehicle does not have to be a Honda Accord, Civic or Odyssey. While most think that a Honda used car lot only has Honda vehicles, this is simply not the case. No matter what type of vehicle you have, you will likely be able to make quite a bit of money if you are willing to sell it to Lejeune Honda in March 2017.
Did you get a call from Dave Christiansen of Lejeune Honda? Are you concerned they are simply trying to get your vehicle for too low of a price? Please feel free to comment below and let us know your thoughts when it comes to selling a vehicle back to a dealership.
It will be nice to get a conversation going to better understand ways in which we can get the most money for our vehicles; especially when a Honda dealership is trying to buy a vehicle that they say they want.