Honda Collection Hall Available for Viewing Via Google Street View Technology

October 18th, 2013 by

In a way, a Honda dealership like Paragon Honda, could be seen as a niche, mini-museum of sorts. We have customers who come to see what fresh ideas embody our new Honda lineup, and they even have an opportunity to have an interactive experience via a test drive. If you want a real Honda museum experience, though, you can have it–right from your computer screen.

The Honda Collection Hall, which opened in 1998, carries about 300 creations, including restored automobiles, motorcycles, racing machines, and power products. It’s something auto buffs will surely love, but, as you probably already guessed, it’s located in Japan. Fortunately, you don’t need to lay down the big bucks for a plane ticket to get there to see it (although we’d be pretty jealous if you did!). You can check it out via Google Street View technology.

All three floors are filled with copious Honda creations, and you can enjoy viewing them all here:

To switch between floors, just be sure to select the tab where it has “1, 2, 3” labeled. The numbers correspond with the floors.

For additional information about the company, we also suggest subscribing to our blog. We cover a variety of topics including the new lineup, technologies (including its advancements with robots), history, charity events, and much more.

We also invite you to check out our Woodside, NY showroom. We carry a bevy of Honda vehicles, and you may find that one of them has your name on it. Come check it out during our regular business hours!

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