As a full-line automaker, Honda sells cars, SUVs, minivans, and even trucks, making it a great brand for one-stop shopping no matter what your needs. And much the same can be said about M&S Auto, which sells many of the same models, only in pre-owned editions. As a bonus, you can trust our staff to treat you with the honesty and respect you deserve. That’s how we’ve become one of the most trusted used-cars dealerships in Sacramento.


Often in high demand, award-winning Honda vehicles don’t have to come with a high sticker price. Like most pre-owned vehicles, new Hondas can lose some 20% to 30% of their value due to first-year depreciation alone. So you can save about the same amount simply by waiting for a used model. Since you can still enjoy the same features as when the car was new, it’s like getting more bang for your buck when every penny counts. Then, with a lower-priced vehicle, you often benefit from lower insurance premiums as well. Now, you do have to take into account a vehicle’s past life, but used-car history reports are here to help — just like the team at M&S Auto. We’re always here to answer you questions and concerns with the courtesy you expect.

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Honda is a company that’s often ahead of the curve, and that’s certainly the case when it comes to technology. As a result, even pre-owned Hondas are often equipped with sophisticated infotainment and safety systems that help make every day a little easier. This means you can look forward to tech advantages like the following. (Note: Exact features vary by model.)

  • For comprehensive coverage from advanced driver-assistance systems, Honda Sensing features include adaptive cruise control, automatic braking, traffic-sign recognition, and lane-keeping assistance.
  • A blind-spot monitor and a head-up display are just a few of the next-level safety measures available.
  • Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth, WiFi compatibility, and wireless charging make connectivity easy.
  • Honda boasts family-friendly benefits such as rear-seat entertainment systems plus an in-cabin video monitor so you can keep an eye on the kids in the back.
  • There’s even a Honda vacuum system for quick clean ups.
  • Electrified Honda powertrains help you shrink your carbon footprint while still providing dynamic driving experiences.


The wide-ranging Honda family is well-represented at M&S Auto, where you can explore many of the brand’s most popular models. Give yourself some time, though, since there are so many award-winning pre-owned Hondas to choose from. Some of our favorites are: The Honda Fit that’s as roomy as some small SUVs despite its nimble size and excellent efficiency grades. In the compact class, the Honda Civic comes up big with coupe, hatchback, and sedan body styles as well as high-performance Si and Type R models. The Honda Accord sedan and coupe flaunt expressive designs and incredible innovations that can be paired with an available hybrid powertrain. The Honda HR-V, CR-V, Passport, and Pilot bring much of the brand’s best equipment to SUV fans. With exclusive features like a lockable in-bed truck and cargo-bed speakers, the Honda Ridgeline rewrites the rules for truck owners without sacrificing robust capability. A longtime leader in the minivan segment, the Honda Odyssey lets your family enjoy three rows of comfort, technology, and style. The Honda Insight dedicated hybrid, along with the Clarity family that boasts hybrid, EV, and fuel-cell powertrains, is your ticket to greener driving.


Getting its start in 1948 producing motorcycles, Honda is still a much-loved brand by drivers who prefer two wheels over four. That said, Honda started branching out with small cars and trucks for the Japanese market in 1963, and eventually hit it big globally with the launch of the 1972 Honda Civic. Honda sales went into overdrive with the Accord: Since this model was launched in 1976, U.S. buyers have purchased more than 12.5 million of them. As for Honda’s corporate presence here, that goes back to 1959 — four years before the company began selling cars in this country. It’s also worth noting that Honda became the first Japanese automaker to start building vehicles in the United States, opening its first plant in Ohio in 1982.

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