It’s no secret in the used car game, your new car depreciates the minute it rolls off of the lot.
Do not try this at home
The 10th generation Honda Civic is the one exception in Honda’s car and light truck lineup that consistently bucks the crossover and SUV trend in North America.
Granted, most of you reading this have not considered leasing your next new or used car.
It happens in the auto industry from time to time, a mid year price increase on select models, and generally without fanfare.
On Wednesday July 6, American Honda Motor Company commented on what may be the smallest, or one of the smallest product recalls in the maker’s history.
Riding the crest of newfound popularity for America’s oldest Japanese originated car brand, Honda fans purchased 31,810 Civics in June, bettering last month's count by 10.8%.
Granted, following a 2 year market hiatus, there’s a bit of pent up consumer demand for the reinvented 2017 Honda Ridgeline Pickup.
n a recent CNNMoney article, we’re once again reminded of the magnitude of the greatest auto related product recall in history.
As a research based auto journalist, I spend many hours on the Web viewing auto manufacturer's websites, some are better than others.
The short story: I like the 2016 Honda Civic. It’s good looking, fun to drive and fuel efficient.
Truthfully, because 2016 was a major “refresh” year for the best selling midsize (retail) car in North America, Accord sedan and coupe will come to market mostly unchanged for 2017.
Our friends up at Portland’s Digital Trends are an eclectic grouping of tech-obsessed car lovers, Who isn’t these days.
I was one of the lucky few to experience 2017 Honda Ridgeline before its dealership arrival the week of June 20. Sure, Ridgeline as often stated as versatile and truck-tough. But how tough?