I suppose the easiest answer to that question is that the 10th generation 2016 Honda Civic is a car greater than the sum of its parts.
Los Angeles, California is ground zero for alternative modes of personal transportation and the development thereof.
As an automotive news journalist, I look to every new car or light truck offering with a discerning eye as to functionality, drive ability and eye appealing body design.
I know, spoiler alert!
Last year, the #1 selling pickup in North America, Ford F-150 was awarded “Best Buy” for 2015.
Sitting in the far right corner of what is arguably the biggest custom auto and aftermarket accessory show on the planet was American Honda Motors and Acura Division.
For me, CR-Z Hybrid is Honda’s most underrated and arguably misunderstood car for several reasons.
No surprise here, According to our Honda insider, the 2016 production Civic Coupe will be revealed at the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show.
Attending 2015 SEMA Show Las Vegas was an eye opener for this journalist and the estimated 60,000 automotive industry insiders in attendance. The Ridgeline reveal, not so much so.
Honda’s best long-haul vehicle just happens to be a minivan.
We live in an interesting world economy.
Talk about suspense and intrigue. Honda Motors is second only to Hollywood in drawing out a story line.
Granted, with today’s gasoline pump price flirting with $2.00 per gallon or less in much of Canada and The U.S., consumers may look past the economy class automobile when considering fuel economy.
The day my late father came home from his daily commute to downtown Los Angeles a bit more rattled than usual, one could cut the air with a knife.