I didn’t get my civic here, but get it serviced here and will never take it anywhere else! The service dpt has the nicest, most helpful, and caring staff. They never push for unnecessary service and are VERY supportive. I’ve also never waited long at all, even when they’re packed full.
You guys/gals kick ass
I present to you Howdy Honda’s airport shuttle program: AutoPilot. Available for the customers of our Honda Service Center in Austin TX
It’s that time of the week again; time to fill up your Honda and get ready for the weekend! Here are some of the best gas prices around Austin:
$3.59 - Texaco - 717 E 7th St & IH-35
$3.65 - Valero - 3909 Guadalupe St & 40th St
$3.65 - Valero - 4807 Airport Blvd & E 49th St
$3.65 - Shell - 5630 N Lamar Blvd & W Koenig Ln
$3.52 - Shell - 1700 Cesar Chavez St & Chalmers Ave
$3.55 - East 1st Grocery - 1811 E Cesar Chavez St & Chicon St
$3.55 - Minimax Grovery - 10412 E MLK Blvd & Blue Bluff Rd
$3.55 - Double M Grocery - 7700 E Martin Luther King Blvd near Nixon Ln
South East Austin:
$3.63 - Shell - 6301 E Riverside Dr & Montopolis Dr
$3.64 - Valero - 6306 E Riverside Dr & Montopolis Dr
$3.64 - Conoco - 6214 E Riverside Dr & Montopolis Dr
$3.69 - Shell - 2723 S IH-35 & Royal Hill Dr
$3.54 - Exxon - 1222 S Lamar Blvd & Lamar Square Dr
$3.55 - Texaco - 1403 S Lamar Blvd near Lamar Square Dr
$3.59 - Shell - 2238 S Lamar Blvd & Goodrich Ave
$3.63 - Shell - 11940 Manchaca Rd near FM-1626 W
South West Austin:
$3.65 - Valero - 3419 W Slaughter Ln & Brodie Ln
$3.65 - Valero - 8205 Brodie Ln & Dunliegh Dr
$3.65 - Texaco - 7612 Brodie Ln & Harpers Ferry Ln
$3.65 - Shell - 8314 SH-71 W & Fletcher Ln
North West Austin:
$3.59 - Sam’s Club - 9700 N Capital of Texas Hwy near Research Blvd
$3.59 - Costco - 10401 Research Blvd near Great Hills Tr
$3.65 - Shell - 6107 W Parmer Ln & McNeil Dr
$3.65 - H-E-B - 13776 Research Blvd & Lake Creek Pkwy
$3.63 - CITGO - 11300 Pollyanna Ave & E Braker Ln
$3.64 - Shell - 11300 N IH-35 & E Braker Ln
$3.65 - Shell - 7509 N IH-35 & Blackson Ave
$3.65 - Murphy USA - 13000 IH-35 N near Parmer Ln
North East Austin:
$3.65 - Murphy USA - 1030 Norwood Park Blvd near Brettonwoods Ln
$3.67 - Shell - 6715 US-290 E & Berkman Dr
$3.67 - Shell - 6715 US-290 E near Berkman Dr
Time to fill up your Honda for the weekend. Here are some of the best gas (regular) prices around Austin, TX:
$3.39 - Chevron - 2819 Guadalupe St & 29th St
$3.39 - Non-Major Brand - 3829 N IH-35 & E 38th ½ St
$3.29 - Non-Major Brand - 3630 S. Congress Ave. & Pickle Rd. 78704
$3.37 - Exxon - 1222 S. Lamat Blvd. & Lamar Dr.
$3.39 - Texaco - 7200 Manchaca Rd & Matthews Ln
$3.41 - Shell - 8801 S IH-35 & Slaughter Ln
$3.41 - CITGO - 11300 Pollyanna Ave & E Braker Ln
$3.41 - Shell - 11300 N IH-35 & E Braker Ln
$3.42 - Gulf - 8400 Burnet Rd & Penny Ln
$3.43 - Shell - 8224 Burnet Rd & Steck Ave
$3.43 - Conoco - 10810 N Lamar Blvd & Wagon Tr
$3.35 - Double R Grovery - 1149 Airport Blvd near Oak Springs Rd
$3.35 - Non-Major Brand - 2101 Manor Rd & Alamo St
$3.37 - Shell - 1700 Cesar Chavez St & Chalmers Ave
$3.37 - Non-Major Brand - 2314 E 7th St & Morelos St
$3.37 - MiniMax Grovery - 10412 E MLK Blvd & Blue Bluff Rd
South East Austin:
$3.36 - Shell - 1601 E St Elmo Rd & IH-35
$3.39 - Shell - 6310 E Ben White Blvd & Montopolis Dr
$3.39 - Chevron - 1919 Pleasant Valley Rd & Riverside Dr
$3.39 - Valero - 6009 E Ben White Blvd near Montopolis Dr
South West Austin:
$3.39 - Valero - 3419 W Slaughter Ln & Brodie Ln
North West Austin:
$3.35 - Sam’s Club - 9700 N Capital of Texas Hwy near Research Blvd
$3.36 - Cotsco - 10401 Research Blvd near Great Hills Tr
$3.37 - Fuelman - 13160 Pond Springs Rd & Cahill Dr
$3.39 - Valero - 8656 Spicewood Springs Rd & Research Blvd
$3.39 - Chevron - 3801 W Parmer Ln & Amherst Dr
Welcome, car shoppers. Did you know that Howdy Honda wasn’t always the blatant king of all things Central-Austiny-Honda?
Well now they are. Yes. If it wasn’t because they keep winning Honda’s “president’s award” for service all the time (you didn’t notice that when they were in the old tiny location next to BK and the Shade Shop, did you?), it’s because they typically have more Hondas on the lot than you can shake a stick at, massive garage, parts and sales depts.
(In case you were wondering about that phrase, ‘shake a stick at’, here you go. http://www.worldwidewo…)
No, you don’t get a free professional massage with your express oil changes, or a free paint re-do if you key your car in a meth-induced creative spurt. But if you want the best specifically-Honda dealer that is in ATX, this is where you go.
Sorry, Round Rock “Classic” Honda. When I tried to buy a brand new car at your place before, your sales guy pulled out a straight razor next to the Xerox so I’d sign a contract in blood before he’d even give me a sticker price. Naturally this was before our economy went to recent shite, but first impressions last, tu comprends? Au revoir.
Sorry, First Texas. I realize you are trying to compete by building that new facility, but it ain’t gonna happen. You took three hours to put in a battery? I can also almost smell the cigarette smoke vibe in your current waiting area/lounge. Ok, maybe nobody ever smoked in there, but it sure feels like it.
Really, though, like almost any service-oriented business you have to spend regular time with, it’s dependent on the folks you know who work there.
I have had several Hondas so far, all purchased at Howdy after getting jerked around by the other locals. I admit, I’ve had one sales guy who was not particularly mr. personality, but other than that, I have never had a problem with Howdy. Service is always nice to me, they have wifi or rides to most reasonably-distant parts of town if you need them, and they won’t put in any parts without asking you first if you want them in there.
However: whether I have some small bones to pick with Honda USA …is another review.
If y’all are from elsewhere in the country, New Texans, don’t be afraid of a place called ‘Howdy’ for all your Honda needs.
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What, not kiss-assy enough? Oh come on. Touchy. Next time I’m doing a commercial for Smart Car.