Despite winning numerous accolades in 2012 including honors from KBB.com and JD Power & Associates, Toyota Motor Corp.
While it might seem odd for us to rank the top 18 as opposed to the top 15 or top 20, I picked the top 18 because these were the vehicles that sold over 200,000 units during the 2012 calendar year.
The Honda Civic has a problem. The problem is that people feel they know what a Civic is (or was) and they want something a little better.
California has long lead the U.S. in emissions reduction, and recently created the SULEV20 standard, the most stringent in the nation and
It is not unusual for an automaker to bring out a concept car to an auto show (especially an auto show in their home country) so it doesn’t come as a huge surprise that Honda would decide to introd
Honda has announced their lineup at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Salon that will start on January 11th, 2013 in Tokyo.
The North American Car and Truck of the Year awards have become one of the biggest awards to impact the consumer market along with the Motor Trend ‘of the year’ awards and on the truck/SUV side, th
Honda is recalling over 870,000 minivans and SUVs worldwide due to a dangerous roll away risk.
Honda has a problem. It used to be the company that made small, exciting to drive, fuel efficient, high quality vehicles. Now it makes high quality vehicles.
This newest 2012 Honda Civic steering column recall pertains to a very select number of vehicles built between October 26th 2012 and October 30th 2012.
Honda has been building vehicles in the U.S.
The Honda we respected is back, shifting its engineering to produce exotic alternative energy propulsion systems.
Three companies from three different continents have consistently shown a willingness to survive, a hunger to regain their niche market with what made them so unique and regularly better their prod
The Honda CR-Z is an odd ball in the hybrid world that defies conventional logic that a hybrid system is made to be more fuel efficient.
So far, Honda has not said whether this tiny powerhouse will be coming to North America, but its introduction will certainly shake up the popular diesel movement in Europe.