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Honda customers are among most satisfied in car industry is revealed this week in latest J.D. Power and Associates Automotive Customer Satisfaction Study published in June edition of What Car? Achieving high customer satisfaction is a top priority for us and we are firmly committed to enhancing customer experience,” says Honda (UK)’s Customer Insight Manager, Jane Nichols. “To this end, J.D. Power and Associates Study is an important measuring tool, enabling us quickly to identify things that really matter to customer. We are greatly encouraged by our success, especially since this year’s study reflects steps we have recently taken to reduce ownership costs.” Finding right Honda car for you feels pretty good and so is finding right car parts. You simply can't go wrong with safe and reliable Honda car parts from Partstrain. Partstrain has a wide array of Honda car parts from headlights, filters, hoses, belts, condensers, catalytic converters, transmissions, engine parts, Honda Altezza lights, radiators, suspension, chassis parts, interior parts & accessories, and just about everything you might need for your Honda vehicle.
High Performing Auto Parts for the World's Best Selling Sports Car – the Mazda Miata 2006Written by Jenny McLane
A risky venture in 1989 yet shrewdest move for Mazda, this little Japanese roadster eventually chalked up 700,000 sales worldwide as it capped Guinness Book of World Records world's best-selling sports car. Mazda is now looking toward 1 million mark with third-generation, 2006 MX-5.
The 2006 Miata will make its debut in Canada this August, It will be called MX-5 Miata for a year or two, but Canadians and Americans can look for Miata name to disappear after that, unifying vehicle as an MX-5 worldwide.
It will be wider and more muscular in appearance with a prominent front and rear fender arches that recall same style on flashy RX-8; a more smoothly tapered nose and tail; inboard placement of headlights and taillights; and a particularly appealing revised grille.
The body structure is now 47 per cent more rigid, and has a lower center of gravity that should enhance handling. One unusual feature of '06 Miata is convertible roof, which, is a manually raised and lowered metal top.
A stiffer unibody structure serves as chassis foundation, with a double-wishbone suspension in front and multilink system in rear. Larger front-brake rotors and 25-percent-stiffer calipers help extract optimal stopping distances from four-wheel single-piston-caliper disc system.