• Honda

Curry Honda Atlanta

5525 Peachtree Industrial Blvd
Directions Chamblee, GA 30341

  • New: (866) 316-0230
  • Service/Parts: 888-221-8441
  • Used: 866-733-2877
  • Body Shop: (866) 887-6589


Benefits of a Vehicle History Report

Buying a used car can be a stressful experience, but by knowing what you're getting yourself into, you can make a more informed decision. This can help reduce the stress that comes with such a large purchase.

There is a lot of information that is included in a vehicle history report, such as records of previous owners, the accident history, the title and any liens on the vehicle, and odometer readings. This information can be used to get a thorough understanding of a vehicle's history, so that you are able to make an educated decision over whether or…

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Important Facts About Backup Cameras

Buying a vehicle is a big step, and most drivers want their vehicles equipped with safety features like backup cameras. Backup cameras are important because they alert you of vehicles or potential dangers that are behind or around you. If you’d like more information on backup cameras and the various models available, stop at Curry Honda Atlanta and speak with one of our trained staff.

You don’t have to buy a vehicle to get a backup camera. We can easily install backup cameras in your vehicle either doing it with wires or wirelessly. It’s been proven that…

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On Choosing the Right Mechanic

Preserving your car requires a lot of work. Without performing the proper maintenance on the car, the vehicle won't last a decent lifespan. If you want the car to survive upwards and beyond 100,000 miles, choose the best mechanic capable of helping the cause.

First, look for a mechanic specializing in repairs to the make and model of your vehicle. Specialists have a tendency better figure out exactly what’s wrong with a particular model and then prescribe the correct fix. General shops aren't bad per se, but they don't specialize either.

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Car Covers Will Preserve and Protect Your Vehicle

If you leave your vehicle parked in the direct sunlight or under trees for an extended period, you need a car cover. Covering your car or truck can maintain the resale value and preserve the attractive interior and exterior that you currently enjoy.

Using a car cover has many advantages such as:
  • Protecting the exterior paint from the harsh effects of sunlight.
  • Leather interiors and plastic interior parts are protected from cracking and warping.
  • Car covers can provide a deterrent against theft.
  • Protection of dust buildup on exterior and interior moving parts.


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Brake Fluid & Why You Need It

Automotive maintenance is important not only to keep your vehicle from breaking down but also to keep it running as efficiently and safely as possible. Brake fluid is an example of a necessary component of automotive maintenance. Stop at Curry Honda Atlanta and speak with our techs if you have any brake-related or other automotive questions.

Brake fluid is necessary to keep your brakes operating properly. When you step on the brake, brake fluid flows from the brake lines to the brakes to help your vehicle stop. After a while, the fluid becomes dirty and needs replacing. You may need…

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Easy Tire Care for This Driving Season

Part of protecting the investment you have in your vehicle is taking proper care of its appearance. Today’s vehicles are made with special alloys and other materials that perform and look their best when they are free of dirt and other foreign substances.

Many people use automatic or manual car washes to keep up their vehicle’s appearance. While car washes do clean most parts of a vehicle, your tires and wheels require special care since they trap and hide undesirable substances and dirt. When cleaning your wheels and tires, applying wheel-safe tire cleaner and scrubbing it with...
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How does a battery work?

Your car battery is an important part of your ignition system. The battery generates and stores a charge measured in voltage that is necessary to initiate the spark process. When starting the vehicle, the battery loses volts. The used voltage is replaced through the action of the alternator which directs current to the battery until the battery reaches a certain value in voltage.

The alternator is not the only way a battery is charged. Long ago inventors learned that positioning positively charged and negatively charged lead poles close to one another in a sulfuric acid bath produces...

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Steps to Avoid a Tire Blowout

No one wants to experience a blown tire when driving on the streets of Chamblee. A blown tire can cause you to lose control of your vehicle. It might cause you to have an accident. There are some ways to avoid having a blown tire.

Tires that are not inflated properly can blow out. Make sure that your tires all have the proper air pressure. A car that is out of alignment can have a blown tire. If your car is pulling to one side, that is a sign that it is out of alignment. Tires out of alignment will…
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Signs Your Brake Pedal Needs to be Repaired

One of the aspects of keeping your vehicle properly maintained is recognizing when the brake system needs inspection and maintenance. If the brake pedal has become soft, that’s a strong indicator that the brake fluid is not flowing as it should to operate the parts properly. You want your car’s pedal to feel like it has the ability to stop and hold you in place. One of several situations may be the cause.

The main culprit is usually air in the lines. When this occurs, it requires bleeding the air out, which will then provide the freedom of…

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Indications of a Faulty Fuel Pump

An indicator for determining if you have a failing fuel pump in your vehicle's engine is often found as you’re driving, rather than idling. That is because, as you’re driving at a higher rate of speed, you will be able to identify if the engine “sputters.”

Typically, a strong indication will be that the engine will sputter and then immediately continue its normal range of performance. Most times, that scenario is the indication of a failed fuel pump; however, it could also indicate a clogged fuel filter which will mimic the same type of sputtering.

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