Honda Motors was the first to introduce gasoline/ hybrid powered personal transportation to North America.
Introduced to Japan back in late 2013, Vezel stirred more than a bit of excitement in the automotive press.
The short story: Driving onto Kendall Honda’s Eugene, Oregon new car lot, it soon became evident that there was no shortage of 2014 Honda Civic in stock.
2014 has been a great year for light truck and SUV sales in North America and Honda leads the charge in several categories.
As predicted by Torque News prior to the release of the all new 2015 Fit, Honda has a new winner on its team.
As reported by ABC News Tuesday, Honda demonstrated at the 2014 ITS World Congress a “self driving” 2015 Acura RLX, by driving hands free on an 8 mile loop around
looking to the numbers, 2015 Honda Fit may be the safest sub-compact car on the road today.
Honda Accord is North America’s best selling mid-size car for the first 6 months of 2014. We won’t see a major body style tweak for 2015, that was done for 2014.
We wrote an article last January warning Honda owners not to burn E15 fuels in any Honda model.
We have a problem with the applicable financial viability of placing a teenaged driver in a 2 or 3 year old pre-owned car; they’re expensive.
Looking to the history of the Honda Civic, still North America’s number one selling compact, Torque News took American Honda Motors lead and stated the obvious.
You wouldn't know it today looking toward the beaches of Santa Monica from the foothills of Pasadena.