We’ve yet to meet a Ridgeline owner that doesn’t love his or her’s truck. They’ll speak on for hours as to the car-like ride, bullet-proof mechanical attributes and unique styling.
Sure, hardcore Honda enthusiasts would love to see the arrival of a 10th generation Honda Civic Type R hatchback to North America, and rumors persist on the internet as to that happening in 2015.
Florida’s a great place for a sit-down conversation with Honda as to the company's ongoing commitment to the development and marketing of alternative-fueled vehicles; and the company’s short-term m
Affordable 2 seat coupes my soon become an automotive segment of the past.Torque News-Honda knows of only two gasoline hybrid automobiles offered in the U.S.
Looking to the compact SUV, crossover segment, one finds a very crowded and still growing playing field of exceptional contenders.
Walking pit row at IndyCar Series of Sonoma Raceway last fall, one noticed a subtle difference in wind-direction down force wings and things prevalent within the wild paint theme of individual team
News is an often fickle unsubstantiated blurb manifested by a handful of journalist looking for the next big read. I know, I’m one of them.
Monday was one of those days when the heavens aligned with exceptional fortuitous opportunity.
We've all done it at one time or another; ignored or discarded an often all-to-important to shrug-off manufacturer’s notification of vehicle component recall.
North America Honda fans lament over the loss of what was once, and still is the backbone of Honda-Hot-Rod design; the small body Civic and Acura Hatchback.
“ In a World…” O.K., we’ll scratch that opening sentence.
Last year readers expressed high expectations as to 2016 HR-V; but it wasn’t due to Honda’s latest crossover’s off-road capabilities.