John Keene
Parts and Service Director
Tracy Barber 
Service Director
Early Bird and Night Dropoff Available

Service  Department
Check-in and write-up
Service  Writers 904-269-2277
Steve Cardoza ext# 120
Scott Adams ext# 119
Fred Alegre ext# 121
Mike Lee ext#118
Monday 7am-7pm
Tuesday 7am-7pm
Wednesday 7am-7pm
Thursday 7am-7pm
Friday 7am-7pm
Saturday 8am-5pm
Sunday Closed


Price your own tires

Services Offered
 Courtesy Shuttle Service to anywhere in Jacksonville

  • Convenient Hours
  • Wi-FiOpen Saturdays
  • Early Bird and Night-Owl Drop-offs
  • Detail Shop
  • Free Shuttle To & From Station
  • State of the art facility
  • Honda oil changes
  • Honda tune-ups
  • Honda brake repair
  • Honda mufflers
  • Honda shocks & struts
  • Many more Honda services available by our professional Honda service team.

Lucas  Honda is conveniently located at 7801 Blanding Blvd. one mile north of 295.  Our Honda dealership's repair center is ready to work for you. Schedule an appointment today by filling out our online service appointment form , or give us a call at (904) 269-2277

Your vehicle represents a significant investment, and taking an active role in maintaining your vehicle will help you protect this investment. Proper maintenance will help extend the life of your Honda and preserve its value. In addition to helping you avoid costly repairs down the road, regular maintenance will optimize your Honda car's performance, safety and fuel efficiency.

For example, over time your car, truck, SUV or minivan will be exposed to natural environmental factors such as friction, pollution, and temperature extremes. Let us help you to learn about minimizing factors such as:

Friction: Certain auto parts naturally contact others, causing friction. We can assist you to get more information about friction, potential problems, and a schedule for oil changes and lubrications.

Pollutants: Dirt, corrosion, and other materials can clog fuel and lubrication systems.

Damage: Environmental elements such as industrial fallout, air pollutants, and even sunshine can damage your finish.

Our Staff of Service Technicians are continually being trained to ensure the proper maintenance and repair of your vehicle.

Our service department takes great pride in fulfilling all of your service needs from oil changes to brake repairs, from car washes to complete detailing, come experience the Lucas Honda difference.

We use Genuine Honda Parts

What is a Honda maintenance minder?

Starting in 2007, all Honda models came equipped with a maintenance minder system.  This system calculates the life of the engine oil, transmission fluid, air and cabin filters, coolant, spark plugs, timing belt (if equipped), and rear differential fluid.  Because the computer is calculating the lifespan of the different items, a scheduled maintenance list based on mileage is no longer used.

The computer determines the life of each item based on the driving conditions of the vehicle.  If the engine runs at higher temperatures and rpm, or at low temperatures during short trips, the oil life will deplete faster than an engine running under normal conditions.  It will indicate a percentage of oil life on the vehicle's display.

This system is unique in that it has the ability to move up or delay other services so when it's time to have an oil change, it will tell you the other services needed at the same time to keep the service visits to a minimum.

A percentage will show on the display starting at 100 %, diminishing as the vehicle is driven.  Once the percentage gets to 15, a wrench is illuminated on the dash letting the driver know that service is due soon.  At 5% the service is due now, and at 0% the service is overdue.  The system will count in negative numbers when service is past due.

The first code is either "A" requiring an oil change, or "B" requiring and oil and filter change.  The second code will be a number, indicating one of the following:

1.      Tire rotation
2.      Air filter and cabin filter replacement, and check the drive belt
3.      Transmission Fluid
4.      Spark plug replacement, timing belt replacement (if equipped), inspect water pump and valve clearance
5.      Engine coolant replacement
6.      Differential fluid replacement

Once the vehicle is service, your technician will reset the maintenance minder system, so it can begin the calculation process again.