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AZ Car Key Services are less expensive to use should you lose your Honda car keys. So save some time and bucks by contacting the best to replace that lost or misplaced car key. Our car key specialists are considered the most experienced Honda key specialized pros in Phoenix, AZ.

Get Your Honda Car Keys Replaced In Phoenix, AZ!

HondaIf you own a Honda car you know how much it can cost you if you lose your keys. The offered services of car keys are a bit expensive and if you have been in a car dealership before, you know exactly what I am talking about. It is, therefore, advisable to have a spare key available at all times. You can decide either to carry it along with you or hide it in a place where you can easily access it. There are some people who fear purchasing a spare Honda car key because of the cost related to the services and they instead take care of the one key. Having a single key can be stressful when you lose it your activities may come in a standstill before you get another one. You should not take chances but get yourself a Honda car spare key. If you need an additional key for your Honda care you will find this information helpful.

How Much Does A Honda Car Key Replacement Cost?

Honda car keys normally cost between $50.00 and $410.00 to replace depending on the model. Most Honda keys will land somewhere near the middle of those 2 numbers.

Do You Make Replacement Car Keys For Honda Models Near Me?

Yes. We have car key specialists all over the greater Phoenix Arizona area and all surrounding suburbs as well.

Do I Have To Come In, Or Do You Come To Me?

Our car key replacement specialists come to you. Whether at home, work, or if you lost your car keys while you were out. We Come To You!

The different types of Honda car keys

There are many car keys for Honda and its model, they come in different sizes, shapes, and designs. These keys include those with a remote control that activates the alarm and open the car doors using a remote controller. Apparently all the car keys produced from 16 years ago are three in one. In this article, we are going to discuss some common Honda car keys and its model.

Honda transponder keys

Honda KeyTo get a transponder key to work, there are two ways to do so. The first way is that you can program the immobilizer to accept the new key or you can clone the key to the same code as the existing key. This must be done by a well-equipped has two protection against misuse. The first protection is by wafers that protect the vehicle against turning off the vehicle’s ignition cylinder. The second mechanism involves a computer chip that is located on the key’s plastic head. Whenever the vehicle senses this chip, the key will not turn the car ignition without the vehicle starting.

Honda fob keys

This type of key allows you to keep the keyfob pocketed when unlocking, starting the car, and locking. The Honda car is automatically locked and unlocked when the button on the handle is pressed or released. The fob key system can activate the car ignition without even inserting the key in the ignition, it works when you have the key inside the car.

Honda proximity keys

These keys have proximity transmitter incorporated into the car remote control. The car computer system recognizes the transmitter and therefore the driver can unlock or lock the car by simply touching a button. The key also allows you to start the car without necessarily inserting the key in the ignition.

Honda metal key

This is a type of key that ignites the car by inserting it into the ignition and twisting it. To switch from the accessory to lock you must push the key inside while you turn it. The anti-theft lock will lock the steering after you remove the key. To prevent other people from igniting your car. You can also disable the turning ability of your car ignition.

Honda VATS key

The plastic pallet in the key blade contains a resistor. This kind of key does not have a computer system of any kind. There are only 14 resistor values in this key system. This was an old Honda key that was produced for limited Honda models in the past. VATS key works whenever it is in contact with the car ignition. It is inserted in the car ignition and turned for the car to start.

In conclusion, you should take the security of your car keys very seriously. It does not matter the type of key that you have, whether metal, VATS, proximity, or transponder. Modern keys are expensive and you should try your best to defend them against losing them. It is important to get yourself a spare key now to prevent stress after you lose your key in what may be an emergency. You should take advantage of the cost-cutting method to avoid the extra charges that you may incur if you program the key yourself. Get your replacement car keys from AZ Car Keys because it is cost-effective compared to other ways.

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Honda Models

  • 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

We service the entire valley and we come to you. YES! This is a mobile service. Our locksmiths have been trained to handle almost every car key ever made. AZ Car Keys makes replacing a lost key simple, painless and cost-effective.


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I lost the key to my Accord last month. I didn't wanna go through the dealership process though because they seem to take forever. I gave these guys a ring and they had a new car key in my hand that day.

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