About Curry Honda
At our dealership, we are dedicated to providing our customers with
top-tier automotive service. When you shop at Curry Honda, you'll
discover such conveniences as:
- Genuine OEM Honda
- Customer lounge area with
Wi-Fi and coffee
- Free first tank of
- Vehicle detailing
- Service shuttle
- Unlimited customer referral
At Curry Honda, our friendly, knowledgeable staff is devoted to your
satisfaction! We have been in business for
more than 25 years and have made a name for ourselves by offering
exceptional service and great prices. Customer satisfaction is always
our #1 goal. Become part of the Curry family today!
Traveling To Curry
From Dunwoody, GA
Traveling to Curry Honda from Dunwoody, GA, will take you less than 15
minutes! From the middle of Dunwoody, head southeast on Chamblee
Dunwoody Road toward Mt. Vernon Road. Turn left onto Womack Road and
then right onto Tilly Mill Road. In about two miles, turn left onto
Peachtree Industrial Blvd., and you'll find us on your left in about two
and a half miles. We look forward to serving our Dunwoody, GA,
Located in DeKalb County, Dunwoody, GA, is a northern suburb of Atlanta.
The city recently became incorporated in 2008. As of 2010, there were
about 46,267 residents. In 1881, the Roswell Railroad opened and ran
along what is now Chamblee-Dunwoody Road toward the Chattahoochee River.
It was a functioning railroad for 40 years, and in 1905, President
Theodore Roosevelt made a campaign whistle stop in Dunwoody. Even after
the railroad shutdown in 1921, the community still continued to grow.
Dunwoody, GA, is a bastion of culture with a variety of shopping,
museums and entertainment for both visitors and locals alike to enjoy.
- Brook Run Park
- Dunwoody Nature
- Perimeter Mall
Farm: Historical two-story home built in the mid-1870s
just following the end of the Civil War
- The Ebenezer
Primitive Baptist Church: Built in 1829, this church is
home to one of the city's oldest cemeteries, where many of the founding
fathers of Dunwoody are buried.
Mill: Named after the pioneer Tilly family, who owned a
late 19th-century farm and mill on land bisected by Tilly Mill