Truthfully, nothing specific as to specifications, pricing or model application was shared with Torque News by our friends at Honda -- other than the factoid that Honda’s latest Civic Si will be po
It’s no secret in the U.S. auto market that American Honda Motors is on a roll.
As I sat in United Flight seat 9D, contemplating the implications of my recent drive and ride experience in San Francisco, I came to the realization that Japan’s second largest auto manufacturer wi
Say what you will about fuel efficient direct injected, turbocharged, 4 cylinder engines -- CVT transmissions, and near-autonomous driving safety technology, all good.
For 10th generation Honda Civic Hatchback buyers wishing to take the looks of the most advanced Civic in Honda history to the next level in personalization, HFP, the maker’s dealership installed tr
Sometimes it takes incredible flexibility, so an outstanding program moves ahead quickly in the world of the car. Take Honda, for example.
There is no “easy” or “free” when it comes to weaning the driving public off of fossil fuels. The propulsion technology motivating most of our vehicles is a century old and failing.
Tuesday morning finds an announcement from the Los Angeles Auto Show listing Green Car Journal’s 2017 “Green Car of the Year” finalist - there all electrified, a first, in recent memory anyway.
Unless you have been living on an island in the middle of nowhere that lacks even the basic communications essentials – the Internet, smartphone or just plain old-fashioned radio – then you probabl
Bottom Line: In inflation adjusted dollars, $20,000 is the new $10,000.
Honda recognizes the importance of cellphones these days in life, as well as Honda Pilot fans, and more specifically, young buyers with families, wishing for ease of cellphone to auto pairing.
Anyone that follows the decades long competition between Japan’s largest automotive manufacturer Toyota, and number 2 Honda, knows that this no holds bard auto-slugfest has raged on for decades --
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.