Category Archives: Honda

Exterior view of a gray 2017 Honda Pilot with "Most Reliable Automotive Brands" in black text against a blue background to the left of vehicle

What are the Most Reliable Automotive Brands?

Most Reliable Automotive Brands

Are you searching for a reliable used vehicle in the Farmington, NM area? If so, AutoMax Truck and Car Center has several excellent options to choose from in its inventory. The best used-vehicles in the inventory tend to come from the most reliable automotive brands in the industry. Let’s take a look at which automotive brands are the most reliable. Read the rest of this entry >>

Exterior view of a silver 2019 Honda Accord driving down a city street

What are the Best Used Mid-Size Sedans on the Market?

Best Used Mid-Size Sedans Available

Are you in the market for a new, quality pre-owned sedan in the Farmington area? If so, then you are in luck! There are several excellent used mid-size sedans available in Farmington that customers will certainly love. However, as great as many of the options available are, three mid-size sedans really stand out from the competition. Those three used mid-size sedans are the Honda Accord, Hyundai Sonata, and Toyota Camry. Check out each of these excellent mid-size sedan options in the pre-owned vehicle inventory available at AutoMax Truck and Car Center today! Read the rest of this entry >>

2019 Toyota Tundra exterior side shot with pale blue paint color parked by a waterfont sea dock near a seafood restaurant

What Pickup Truck has the Most Ground Clearance?

2019 Pickup Truck Models Ground Clearance Comparison

A very important but sometimes overlooked aspect of pickup trucks is ground clearance. Yes, of course, power, handling, and towing are important to keep in mind when purchasing a pickup truck. However, to handle rough and off-road terrain, flooding waters, and more, you need all-wheel drive and a sizeable amount of ground clearance. So, that brings us to our question today. Which pickup truck model has the most ground clearance? 

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