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Why Buy From Frank Leta

There are many Honda dealerships in St. Louis, so it can be difficult to choose which dealership you want to purchase a car from. However, we'd like to make a case for Frank Leta, since we're of the strong opinion that our dealerships are the best, and that you can get the best value new or pre-owned automobile from us.

First, we understand exactly how difficult it can be to find exactly what used car you want, which is why we stock all different kinds of cars for all the many different needs you have. Want an SUV…

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Dads Doing Good

Honda has teamed up with the National Fatherhood Initiative and Life of Dad to showcase inspirational videos of fathers helping kids and families titled, "Dads Doing Good". The program sponsored by Honda, encourages fathers to engage with kids and features them conducting child-centric community service projects.

The first video in the online series showcases a mobile library created using the 2014 Honda Odyssey, helping three fathers surprise preschool children in their school's playground. The…

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Honda Demonstrates Great Retail Sales for Key Segments

Honda is known for its innovative vehicle designs which offer versatility, efficiency and great low-term value and low cost of ownership: things that are incredibly important to all drivers in O'Fallon, MO and far beyond.

And, according to the latest registration data available from R.L Polk & Co., a provider of automotive information and marketing solutions for the industry, Honda is at the top of its game in many highly-competitive segments, besting all other…

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Why Can't We All Just Get Along?

I can't think of a more irritating task than trying to get from place to place in your busy day with your children bickering in the backseat. Here are some tips to create a smooth ride for everyone!

  1. Separate:  If you can keep siblings a bit separated there is a good chance less aggravation will take place. If you don't have the space to keep them apart, draw an imaginary line in space and explain you expect everyone to respect it.
  2. Distract: Give each child something to do in the car, keeping safety in mind, choosing a toy…
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Honda in America (Part 4)

Can you believe it's been a month since we've started the Honda in America Segment...and I say we go out with a bang!

In our last segment of 'Honda in America', We'll learn how Honda actually EXPORTS their product from American soil, creating international business for the U.S.

U. S. made vehicles are exported to markets in 49 countries-…

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Honda in America (Part 3)

To keep with the theme of starting out with a patriotic music video, here's one from Mr. Diamond:

We've discussed how Honda invests in this country, its people and now we'll speak of how Honda invests in America's future through innovations.

Since 1991, Honda has researched, designed and developed 24 car and light truck models in the U.S. 14…

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Honda in America (Part 2)

Let's start out with a little 'mood music', shall we?

If you remember, my last blog was about how Honda invests its money into the United States, and this week will be about how they invest in the people of this wonderful country. 

Honda employs more than 28,000 people in the U.S. of A. Honda factories holds the majority of the…

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Honda in America (Part 1)

When I typed out the title to this blog, I couldn't get the song "Living in America" out of my head. So here ya go:

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You're welcome. :)

Now that you're feeling immensely patriotic (if you weren't already), on to business. I'm writing a 4-part segment this month leading up to Independence Day about Honda's…

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Happy to Help: Variety St. Louis

Frank Leta Honda is always happy to help a St. Louis charity, especially one as long-standing as Variety St. Louis!

Variety the Children's Charity has been a pillar in the St. Louis community for more than 80 years.They are the children's charity in St. Louis to help local kids with disabilities. Because of Variety's rich history and strong ties, the community knows to count on them to care for St. Louis kids. Variety has evolved over the years, but their heart remains the same.


In 1932,  St. Louis became the home of the Variety Club's…

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Women in Service

When I was 18, I owned a Dodge Neon. Once, I took it to the dealer I purchased from for major service.


It took the service adviser less than 5 minutes (and less than 3 words to me, the car owner) to ask if my boyfriend, dad or brother could be called so that he could tell THEM what was wrong with my car. Unfortunately, at 18, I was very shy and didn't know how to be as assertive as I am now. I called my dad.

My father was extremely confused to see that I was calling…

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