Get New Keys Today! (323) 538-3170Honda LogoHonda cars are always a thing of beauty. They come with a youthful appeal, a touch of class, and for a reasonable price. We are a big fan of the Honda and this write up is based on one of the most important components that has set the Honda brand apart over the years; the keys. The car key is the device used to unlock or open an automobile. It has different uses as it is not only used to open car doors, it is also used to open other compartments in the car like safes and trunks. Another very important use of a car key is ignition; it is used to start the car’s ignition.

There are different variants of Honda car keys and we will be looking at them in this post.

Standard Keys

Like every other brand of cars with history and heritage, the type of key that came with the early models were the regular models. The regular key is the old fashioned key available for cars. Regular key has no special features; it is regular just as the then name implies. It is an ordinary piece of metal engraved to the desired shape for the purpose of lock and ignition.

The Transponder Keys.

New technological advancement leads to the invention of transponder keys. Transponder keys are chips based keys for the vehicles. These are also called starter key, as they start the vehicle engine. A car transponder key has an electronic circuit with a unique identification. The system used in transponder keys are is called the magnetically coupled transponder systems. This system is the reason why transponder keys do not need constant electricity to operate and at the same time does not have a personal power source. They operate in the frequency range of about 125KHZ which transmits in the range of 1-15cm. A transponder has an electronic circuit which sends radio signals to the vehicle to start the engine. An ignition key is unique in nature. Transponder key of one car cannot function on other cars of the same or different brands.

The Remote Key Fobs and Smart Keys

Honda KeyRemote key fobs and Smart keys are the keys you find in new Honda cars; they are an improvement on the technology behind transponder keys. A remote key fob is a gadget or device which you can use to assess and operate your car without the use of a regular metal key. You are required to get the key fobs programmed, this can be done by automotive locksmiths or car dealerships. The smart key is an advanced form of the remote key fob.it allows you access your jeep without using the key fob. The smart key works with the antennas in the car’s bodywork. This new technology makes ignition easier by making it dependent on electronic devices, rather than metals.

Get Your Replacement Honda Car Keys In Los Angeles, CA!

Expert locksmiths and car key pros are familiar with chipset designs of the ignition keys. If your existing smart key or remote fob fails to ignite the car engine, you shall go to a car key professional for correcting the faults in the key. New Honda car keys are equipped with computer chips. So replacement of these chips is an easy process

Honda Models:

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  • 1.5 E M/T
  • 1.5 E CV/T
  • 1.5 E NAVI+ M/T
  • 1.5 E NAVI+ CV/T
  • 1.5 VX NAVI+ CV/T
  • 1.5 VX Modulo CV/T
  • 1.5 VX+ NAVI+ CV/T
  • Honda ZEST (2006-present)
  • Honda Vamos (1970-1973, 1999-present)
  • Honda Stream (2000-present)
  • Honda StepWGN (1996-present)
  • Honda Shuttle (1994-present)
  • Honda Ridgeline (2006-present)
  • Honda Pilot (2003-present)
    • 3.5 EXL A/T
  • Honda Odyssey/Shuttle (international market) (1995-present)
  • Honda Odyssey (North American market) (1995-present)
    • 2.4 EX-V Navi CV/T
  • Honda NSX (1990-2005, 2015)
  • Honda N-One (2012-present)
  • Honda MDX (2003-present)
  • Honda Life (1971-1974, 1997-present)
  • Honda Legend (1985-present)
    • 3.5 Sport Hybrid SH-AWD DC/T
  • Honda Inspire (1990-present)
  • Honda Insight, a hybrid electric vehicle (2000-2006, 2009-present)
  • Honda Jazz
    • 1.5 V M/T
    • 1.5 V CV/T
    • 1.5 VX CV/T
    • 1.5 VX+ CV/T
  • Honda Fit
  • Honda FCX Clarity
  • Honda CR-V
    • 2.0 V M/T
    • 2.0 V A/T
    • 2.0 V Cruiser Edition A/T
    • .0 S A/T
    • 2.4 SX A/T
  • Honda Civic
    • 1.8 S M/T
    • 1.8 S A/T
    • 1.8 E A/T
    • 2.0 EL A/T
    • 2.0 EL Mugen A/T
    • 1.8 E CVT
    • 1.8 E CVT Modulo
    • RS Turbo CVT
    • RS Turbo CVT Modulo
    • RS Turbo CVT Modulo Sport
  • Honda Hobio (2003-present)
  • Honda Freed (2008-present)
  • Honda Fit Aria (1981-present)
  • Honda Elysion (2004-present)
  • Honda Crosstour (2010-present)
  • Honda CR-Z, a hybrid electric vehicle (2011-Present)
  • Honda Civic Hybrid (2003-present)
  • Honda Caren (1990)
  • Honda Brio (2011-present)
    • 1.3 S M/T
    • 1.3 S A/T
    • 1.3 V NAVI M/T
    • 1.3 V NAVI A/T
  • Honda Brio Amaze
    • 1.3 E M/T
    • 1.3 S A/T
    • 1.3 V NAVI M/T
    • 1.3 V NAVI A/T
  • Honda Ballade (1982 – present)
  • Honda Airwave (2005-present)
  • Honda Acty (1977-present)
  • Honda Accord (1976-present)
    • 2.4 S A/T
    • 3.5 SV A/T
Here are some of this Japanese brand’s list of concept car models:
  • Honda Wow
  • Honda Urban SUV
  • Honda SUT
  • Honda Step Bus
  • Honda SSM
  • Honda Small Hybrid Sports
  • Honda S360
  • Honda Remix
  • Honda Puyo
  • Honda OSM
  • Honda N800
  • Honda MV-99
  • Honda Model X
  • Honda Kiwami
  • Honda J-WJ
  • Honda J-VX
  • Honda J-MW
  • Honda J-MJ
  • Honda Imas
  • Honda HSC
  • Honda Gear
  • Honda Fuya-Jo
  • Honda FCX
  • Honda Dualnote (of DN-X)
  • Honda CR-Z
    • 1.5 M/T
    • Modulo M/T
    • 1.5 CV/T
    • Modulo CV/T
    • Mugen M/T
    • Mugen CV/T
  • Honda ASM
Here are some of this Japanese brand’s list of racing car models:
  • Honda 2008 RA108
  • Honda 2007 RA107
  • Honda 2006 RA106
  • Honda 1969 R-1300
  • Honda 1968 RA302
  • Honda 1968 RA301
  • Honda 1967 RA300
  • Honda 1966 RA273
  • Honda 1965 RA272
  • Honda 1964 RA271
Here are some of this Japanese brand’s list of racing car models:
  • Honda 1963–1967 T360
  • Honda TN360/TN-III
  • Honda TN-Acty
  • Honda Quint Integra
  • Honda 2004–2009 Honda FR-V, a 6 seater
  • Honda 2004–2009 Edix
  • Honda 2002–2011 Element
  • Honda 2002–2008 Mobilio Spike
  • Honda 2002–2007 That’s
  • Honda 2001–2008 Mobilio
    • 1.5 E M/T
    • 1.5 V CV/T
    • 1.5 RS w/ Nav CV/T
  • Honda 2000–2004 Life Dunk
  • Honda 1999–2009 S2000
  • Honda 1999–2009 S2000
  • Honda 1999–present HR-V
    • 1.8 S CV/T
    • 1.8 E CV/T
    • 1.8 E Modulo CV/T
    • 1.8 EL CV/T
    • 1.8 EL Mugen CV/T
  • Honda 1999–2004 LaGreat
  • Honda 1999–2003 Avancier
  • Honda 1998–2002 Capa
  • Honda 1997–2002 Torneo
  • Honda 1997–1999 EV Plus, an electric vehicle
  • Honda 1996–2010 Partner Van
  • Honda 1996–2002 S-MX
  • Honda 1996–2002 Orthia
  • Honda 1996–2001 Logo
  • Honda 1995–2003 Saber
  • Honda 1994–2002 Passport
  • Honda 1993–1998, 2008–2010 Crossroad
  • Honda 1993–1997 Rafaga
  • Honda 1992–2004 Domani
  • Honda 1992–1997 CR-X del Sol
  • Honda 1992–1995 NSX-R
  • Honda 1991–1996 Beat
  • Honda 1989–1997 Ascot
  • Honda 1988–1994 Concerto
  • Honda 1985–2007 Integra
  • Honda 1985–1997 Today
  • Honda 1983–1991 CR-X (a.k.a. Ballade Sports CR-X or Civic CR-X)
  • Honda 1981–1999 Street
  • Honda 1980–2002 Ballade
  • Honda 1980–1985 Quintet
  • Honda 1978–2001 Prelude
  • Honda 1973–1974 Life Pick-Up
  • Honda 1972–1974 Life StepVan
  • Honda 1972 1300
  • Honda 1970–1974, 1998–2002 Z
  • Honda 1969–1972 N600
  • Honda 1967–1970 N360/N400
  • Honda 1966–1970 S800
  • Honda 1966–1967 L800
  • Honda 1965–1966 SM600
  • Honda 1965 L700
  • Honda 1964–1967 T500
  • Honda 1964–1966 S600
  • Honda 1963–1964 S500
Honda latest car models:
  • Honda BR-V