Admittedly, I’ve stayed away from the Takata airbag debacle for much of 2016, unfortunately, so has an estimated 330,000 Honda car and light truck owners. Now, the U.S.
Green Car Journal’s publisher and contributing editor Ron Cogan is first and foremost a car and light truck fan.
I’m one of those Honda fans that looks back to the glory days of 3-door sub compact Civic Hatchback supremacy, as the benchmark of every competitive brand import hatchback to follow.
For me and other Honda, Acura race fans, rather streetcar, Euro-series racing, Autocross, Indycar, IMSA, PWC, or off road motorcycle racing, Honda and Acura’s display at 2016 SEMA Show will be a bi
The majority of pickup trucks large and small scored “poor” in the latest round of Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s (IIHS) headlight testing and subsequent rating -- with only 2017 Honda R
For the first year in memory, Consumer Reports drops Honda Civic from it’s highly coveted “recommendation” list -- stating a rash of consumer’s reporting “too many reliability issues,” more specifi
The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety (IIHS) has become one of the leaders in offering various vehicle ratings for the consumer market and one of their newest studies focuses on the function of
I, like many Asian import car enthusiasts, ponder Honda’s exit from the compact convertible roadster market in the U.S..
The best selling Civic in recent years is the 10th generation Civic lineup.
By now, you have either seen, heard or read about the clump of 313,000 Hondas and Acuras that are the vehicles most likely to have an airbag inflator rupture.
More than ever, the death of the 11th motorist in the ongoing Takata airbag recall should convince drivers that they must respond to any recall notices they receive from their car manufacturer as q
I’ll never forget the day I opened the roll-up door to an abandoned rental storage and discovered a 600 coupe and sedan sitting on blocks.
Granted, 2016 Honda Civic is an exceptional offering in today’s often mundane to drive and budget- sensitive- compact car class. Friday, as announced by U.S.A.
Say what you will about very compact 2-row crossover offerings; not dirt-worthy; small; noisy; under powered, 2017 Mazda CX-3 while arguably small in dimension, puts a new spin on the compact sport
For an avid car fan, specifically those of you that enjoy personalizing their ride through aftermarket performance parts and accessories, SEMA Las Vegas is the Mecca, ground zero, of the rolling cu
Last weekend was just a bit disappointing for Honda, Acura race fans.
Two decades in the making, the 3rd generation 2017 Honda Clarity hydrogen fuel cell powered, 5 passenger sedan, will go on sale (initially lease only) in Los Angeles, Orange County, San Francisco a
That’s the case with Technical Service Bulletin 16-053, issued on August 3, to your local Honda dealer, and according to Torque News readers, arriving beginning this week in the form of a notificat
Well, that depends. Generally, a “recall’ as such, is more often than not generated by an in house or agency promoted automotive-safety-issue.
If your car is one of the millions that has been called back in the massive Takata airbag inflator recall and if you are thinking of putting it off, do yourself a favor, don’t.
For ultimate shift control freaks like myself, manually holding a shift point up to the Red-Line adds a certain measurable sport-kick to my daily drive routine.
There it was Friday morning as I wiped the sleep from my eye’s and cranked up the world-wide-web -- the rumored, emanate death of the Honda production V6.
Now that the 2-year hype draws to a close, It looks to me like the wait was worth it!
I’ll be the first to admit it: With extended service cycles being the norm for today’s low friction, high fuel efficiency engines and drive-trains, 10,000 miles can fly by with the proverbial blink