To Our Valued Customers,
Honda of Kirkland is taking preventative actions to help protect our staff and valued consumers against the COVID-19 pandemic. Our Honda team members are receiving ongoing Covid-19 prevention training and are monitoring their health status daily. All of our customer contact areas are routinely sanitized throughout the day. Every vehicle that has been test-driven, looked at, or brought in for service is sanitized before and after contact. As an added layer of protection, we have installed Plexiglass shields at our reception, sales, and finance desks, as well as our service and parts counters. We have also consulted with our air quality specialists and have made adjustments to our facility air ventilation based on the most updated CDC guidance. We are continuing our enhanced and scheduled cleaning routine during business hours to thoroughly disinfect all surfaces, doorknobs, access handles, light switches, and general contact areas. We have hand sanitizer available at all consumer contact areas and at the entrance and exits to the building. We have also directed our evening cleaning crew to pay close attention to all high-traffic contact areas and take extra care disinfecting those sensitive areas. We have masks available upon request for use by all consumers and employees. We are doing everything that we can to ensure that we are actively slowing the pace and impact of this virus. We will continue to follow all State, King County, and CDC guidelines. Thank you for your continued business!
In addition, we have added available at-home services for your convenience – Please call for details:
During this time, we ask that you pay for your services with a debit or credit card rather than cash if possible. Thank you for your help and support in our attempt to help slow the pace and impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
King County Novel Coronavirus Call Center:
When to seek medical evaluation and advice:
Stay informed. Information is changing frequently. Check and subscribe to Public Health’s website (www.kingcounty.gov/COVID).