Saturday looked like a good day to venture out and torture a used car salesman or two in search of the perfect used Civic Si Coupe or Sedan.
Last November the world watched as Honda Motor Company unveiled what it referred to as the ‘future in zero emissions’ applied automotive engineering.
March 20, 2014 marks the day that the 20 millionth Honda drove off of a North America assembly line.
You see them blowing down the roads of anytown U.S.A..
As reported by Torque News and the automotive press 15 April, American Honda Motors voluntarily initiated a fuel related safety recall for the Honda Odyssey minivan.
We’re all for safety at Torque News and applaud Honda for a very pro-active policy of consumer “safety first.”
Honda Odyssey is the #1 selling minivan in North America.
Would-be buyers cry foul despite an increase in power and a plethora of standard high tech features and upgrades.
While that bold statement may rub the Scion, Mazda and Subaru loyal a bit raw at first read, the truth is Mazda and Subaru no longer sell a coupe based sport platform in North America.
Honda Motors is very good at producing pent up anticipation in its fan base by leaking pre-show press releases and photo snippets. The Civic Type R is not the exception.
2013 found Honda Performance Development revisiting the S3700 project.
John Mendel of Honda tells us that Accord, Civic and CR-V continue to bring more than 20,000 “new” buyers a month to the brand.
We've spoken with several “Insight” owners of late. The commonality shared by this widely diverse group is that they love the car.
Chevrolet tried it with the 1500 Silverado Hybrid. Owners of the truck either loved it or hated it. All found the transition between gas and electric to be a bit jerky.