I’ll be the first to admit it: With extended service cycles being the norm for today’s low friction, high fuel efficiency engines and drive-trains, 10,000 miles can fly by with the proverbial blink
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Have you ever wondered what specific driving skills it takes to handle 600 horsepower, insanely high speed, high torque, RallyCross race modified compact cars on a very short mixed surface race tra
Remember the first time you dropped into a driver’s seat, took the steering wheel, started the engine, released the brake and pushed the accelerator?
True enough, today’s super-low- internal friction engines, with the help of superior synthetic engine oils, do not require the historically correct, variable speed, engine and drive component break
While the “mainstreaming” of Autonomous (self driving cars) may be years away in most rural and urban locals, Acura, Tesla, Volvo and most if not all major auto manufacturers, Google, Apple, and no
It’s an interesting sensation, bringing with it broad implications of superior fuel efficiency, and a bit of a quirky learning curve not necessarily specific to 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid.
CVT = continuously variable transmission.
DSG = direct shift gearbox
DCT = dual clutch transmission
7G-DCT = basically a dual clutch transmission with a three pointed star
According to the Wall Street Journal and others in Thursday morning news, Honda Motor Company will once again expand what has shaped up to be the biggest automotive recall in history.
Endless speculation followed by countless spy shots of the long in arrival Civic Type-R has dominated Civic news for what seems like the better part of 3 years. Has it been that long?
While a second year of record car sales generally signals sustained growth in a mostly recovered economy, the downside for sub compact and luxury car owners alike is an accelerated rate of resale v
Last week we read of a 2016 Honda Civic Sedan buyer that wasn’t sure that he or she had the Honda Sensing ™ active safety feature on board.
As an example, for many years, perhaps still, Chevrolet would not let you buy cruise control in a base model Cobalt or Malibu. You had to upgrade to at least the 1LT, or maybe the 2LT in order to get a fundamental necessity like cruise control and usually the LT was thousands more than the base. It came with other nonsense I didn't want to pay for. Chevy would taunt and goad you into stepping up to more money or they wouldn't let you have the fundamental goodie you needed.
So I never bought Chevys. I liked them, I just didn't buy them.
They’re at it again, those rascally 10th generation Honda Civic owners -- many of them new to car ownership, and the fundamentals of car operation, maintenance, safety features, etc.
I was on hand for the unveiling of the 3rd generation Honda Global Small Car platformed Fit at the 2014 North American International Auto Show -- when Honda introduced a much improved rendition of