Saving the best details for last in the ever-changing world of automotive design when introducing a segment-busting compact crossover is good business.
Yet somehow, Honda’s done just that, without compromising comfort, performance and safety. Not exceeding or lacking Acura MDX performance or quality in any regard, simply different than MDX.
As we head out the door for Cincinnati, Ohio, eager to drive and review the next generation Honda Pilot, it occurs to us that we’re within 3 or 4 days of Honda’s specification and price announcemen
Friday found Torque News Honda revisiting Honda Pilot, a light based midsize SUV that we haven't spent much time with.
For many moons, Japanese automakers have dominated the compact and subcompact segments here in the United States and really, that is still very much the case with the 2015 Honda Fit being a top mod
O.K., we’ll admit it! As race fans and participants, both cars and motorcycles, we’ve modified an exhaust or two; and not always to the benefit of environment or the vehicle trailing behind.
Bringing a downsized Fit platformed CR-V- like crossover to market would seem a bit counter to American Honda’s present market trajectory; until one sits behind the wheel of HR-V.
This is the second year running that Honda Accord Hybrid is acknowledged by consumers and the writers of KBB, as a “10 Best Green Cars” value.
It’s what Honda fans have been demanding for years - the power to keep up with their turbocharged rivals, these days composed primarily of the Focus ST and GTI, but perhaps even the all-wheel drive Golf R and Focus RS.
The New York International Auto Show revealed a surprise or two coming to North American drivers in 2016. At the top of our list sits the visually stunning 2016 Honda Civic World-Car Concept.
Torque News has measured a massive readership interest and response to Honda’s next big thing.
With American Honda’s announcement of the Imported U.K.
The 2016 Honda Pilot Elite could be a bit of a marketing problem for American Honda Motors, specifically the Acura Division.
We could end the story here. But this tidbit of news is just the tip of the iceberg that is the ever-transitioning Honda Motor Company.