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Competition, Search Volume, and Ad Revenue
Honda and search terms related to Honda are searched via blog search 513 times a day globally (averaged over the past year). In terms of competition with other sites covering this topic, it is a 20 out of 100, with 100 being the most competitive. Content about Honda, should earn roughly $10 eCPM assuming reasonable ad placement on a blog site.
Globally about $5 is spent advertising against Honda blogs per day. Use the knowledge of your search ranking and the competition factor to make an informed decision about how much of this market you can capture.
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Common Questions and Answers:
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1987 Honda Shadow 1100 - How Many Miles Will The Engine Last?From Motorcycles Forum:
1987 Honda shadow 1100 - How many miles will the engine last? I'm planning on purchasing a 1987 Honda VT Shadow tomorrow, but the engine has 87,000 miles on it. The owner has had it his whole life and he says he has changed the oil every 2-3000 miles, which is good - but is it a wise decision to get this bike? I'm getting it for a great deal, but I don't want the engine to crap out in 10,000 miles. Thanks.
Answer: That wouldn't be too many miles on a car with a V but it's quite a few miles on a bike with a two cylinder engine. That bike was built when Honda really built them to last, but it won't last forever. I suspect another 10k-20k and something will let go.
How Will My Honda Accord Do In The Snow?From Honda Forum:
How will my Honda Accord do in the snow? I have a 1995 Honda Accord v-6 and I am planning on driving over snuggle pass this weekend to Oldenburg. The weather on the pass says its gonna snow 4 to 6 inches on Friday which is when I am heading up. Will I be okay in this? I've driven in the snow around the Seattle area but never through a mountain range. Any advice or info to help with my car? Thanks!
Answer: THE HONDA ACCORD CAN NOT BE RIDE IN SNOW BECAUSE IT TOO LOW ....
How Dangerous Is It To Drive A Honda Accord With 140,000 Miles With The Original Timing Belt?From Honda Forum:
How dangerous is it to drive a Honda accord with 140,000 miles with the original timing belt? The 2000 Honda accord still runs great, but I havn't gotten around to change the timing belt. I am waiting till I have enough cash to buy the water pump and the belt. But I am WAY over due for the timing belt change. Do you think I shouldn't drive the car?
Answer: Get that belt done! Toyota and Honda are the biggest timing belt offenders, but here's the difference. You blow the timing belt on your Toyota, you get towed to the shop and pay for a timing belt replacement. You blow the timing belt on your Honda, you ruin your pistons and valves, so now you're either replacing much of the engine or getting a junkyard engine. The Honda's have what is called an interference engine, which means the pistons crash upward into the heads, damaging internal engine components, the Toyota has a non-interference engine, so the piston stops short of damaging everything. If you completely baby the car while driving, try to keep it running when possible to avoid starting it, and get the freaking timing belt done ASAP, you should be OK, but since its inside the engine, there's no way to know. You might be hanging on by a thread right now or the belt may appear fine. Just get it done, get it done, get it done!!!
How Long Does A Honda Usually Last On Average?From Honda Forum:
How long does a Honda usually last on average? I have a 95 Honda Civic with 310,740 miles on it. I bought it from it's previous owner. And it still starts up and drives very well.
Answer: If they're taken care of Honda's will last a very long time. I live in what is called a "Honda town" and you wouldn't believe the number of pre-1994 old Honda's driving around. We bough a 91 Accord in 1999 with 150,000+ miles and it is still going strong. It needs a rear engine mount but they're really expensive compared to the value of the car so I just live with the vibrating. Several cars have come and gone in my family since then but we've always kept the Accord because it's so reliable and trouble free at over 200,000 miles (we don't think it was taken care of before we bought it). My friend is very hard on cars and in 2001 bought a 92 Accord that had 250,000+ miles; it was well over 350,000 miles when it was stolen a year or two ago. It had been in a few accidents so the the bumpers were held on with wire and the trunk was tied shut but there were no mechanical problems at all. I bought my 03 Accord with higher mileage than I wanted but I know it will last for as long as I need it to and in the two years I've had it all I've done is replace the tires and wipers. Just make sure to keep up on the maintenance, especially the timing belt, and it will last a long time.
How Good Is A 2008 Honda Accord LC As Far As Quality And Gas And Lifespan Are Concerned??From Honda Forum:
How good is a 2008 Honda Accord LC as far as quality and gas and lifespan are concerned?? I've heard that Honda's are the best cars out there. Anyone have experience with this vehicle, let me know!
Answer: I used to own a Black Honda Integral. Gorgeous. However, I am a female and am not too educated on motor engines. I only drove the car occasionally, mainly on weekends. One day I took it out for a stretch on a freeway driving at km, for two hours straight. I blew the head gasket, it kept on going for 1 hr after that all the way home on km. Not bad. I find they are expensive to repair, otherwise no other problems. I believe the head gasket went because it never had a chance to truly drive at the speed it would like to. It was always only limited to km every other time. Great handling and I find the Honda V-Tek technology is perfected as they were one of, if not the first to use it. Being manual, it depends on how you drive the vehicle in order to control fuel consumption. Beware it is not very hard to go over the speed limit. Once in second gear, the car wants to really move. It really needs to go for long drive every now and again. You should take one out for a test drive and notice how sensitive the revs are. It doesn't take much to put this car in motion.
Why Doesn'T My Honda Lawn Mower Start After Replacing Crankshaft?From Maintenance & Repairs Forum:
Why doesn't my Honda lawn mower start after replacing crankshaft? I replaced a crankshaft on my Honda HR Lawn Mower and now it doesn't start. What did I do wrong? Replaced the spark plug and the air cleaner to no avail. HELP. With all this rain I will have to get a few goats to keep my lawn in good shape.
Answer: Check the timing! The most common mistake when reassembling a honda! Bring the piston up to "Top Dead Center". Remove the camshaft pin. Align the "Horizon Lines" on the cam gear along the edge of the head. Reinstall the pin. Replace the cam cover. Congratulate yourself on a job well-done!
How To Sync 2007 Honda Civic Blue tooth Accessory With My Phone?From Honda Forum:
How to sync 2007 Honda civic blue tooth accessory with my phone? Hi There, I just bought a 2007 Honda Civic with factory fitted Blue tooth but I Do not know how to sync it with my phone. No Luck in the manual as it is a factory fitted? Any help?
Answer: http://www.hondamanuals.org/honda-972.html The code is "0000"
What'S The Difference Between Honda Aftermarket Dirt Bike And Regular Honda Dirt Bike?From Motorcycles Forum:
What's the difference between Honda aftermarket dirt bike and regular Honda dirt bike? From what I understand, the aftermarket bikes are still made with all Honda parts? Is it almost like having a "refurbished" Honda dirt bike? The same way they sell "refurbished" pods, cameras, cell phones etc.? Or is there a lot more to it? Would a cc aftermarket Honda dirt bike still have the same power, durability, and endurance as a plain cc Honda?
Answer: when somebody says aftermarket it usually just means that there are some aftermarket parts on the bike, it doesn't mean the entire bike is aftermarket. unless its a bike I have never heard of. but I wouldn't get one if its all aftermarket because that's not a Honda, its something else, somebody is probably trying to get money out of you. but it might have some after market parts and those are just parts that you can buy and put on the bike yourself and they are cheaper. but buy a real Honda and do your own modifications, don't risk the aftermarket one.
How Many Miles Per Gallon Should A Honda Civic 2008 Be?From Honda Forum:
How many miles per gallon should a Honda civic 2008 be? I bought a new Honda civic 2008 in December. I have been driving it for three weeks and found that my MPG was way below its estimation. City is around 14 and highway is around 22. Although I am not expecting the same number as in the specification, it shouldn't be that much different. Any one has the same problem? Should I bring my car to the dealer to check it?
Answer: Woad. Before you go back to the dealer put some more miles on the car. How have you been driving it? Did you read the owners manual on proper operation when it is new? An engine --even a Honda (the jewels they are)-- has a break in period. If you don't drive 200 miles a day, there is no way your engine is run in yet. The rings are seating, the valves are getting worn in. Give it 5,000 to 10,000 miles (again depending on your driving. If you drive all highway it takes longer as the engine is working easier) before you go to the dealer. Your mileage will increase, and usually Civics beat the EPA highway mil age.
How Much To Make A Key For My 95 Honda When I Lost The Only One?From Maintenance & Repairs Forum:
How much to make a key for my 95 Honda when I lost the only one? My husband lost the key to our 95 Honda Civic. How much will it cost to have it replaced and have one made? I have the tittle and all of that. I know that some people mentioned that you need to call a dealership, but would any dealership be able to make a Honda key or do I need to contact a Honda dealership? I am just trying to avoid the price of a locksmith... Any advice?
Answer: You can go to any Honda dealership and give them your VIN number and they can make a key for you. It will cost $10-$20.
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