O.K., we’ll admit that we like the idea of a Honda hybrid pickup truck. And in fact, have been implemental in planting that seed in the automotive press.
We attended the Infiniti pre-show event for the North American International Auto Show knowing full well what it was they were going to show us.
It’s nothing short of magic: The hydrogen fuel cell in Honda’s latest generation FCV is no larger than a professional grade office copy machine.
Most responding readers enjoy the TLX experience as much as we do. We’d like to leave it at that.
It might seem counter-intuitive, but the EIA says that lower gas prices don't necessarily translate into more demand for fuel.
Subaru has always been a niche market automaker, making vehicles that cater to a buyer that wants to get off the beaten path. This brand philosophy is what’s made them so successful in the past.
Tuesday’s news not only brought the Takata conspiracy to the forefront of a 24/7 sensationally driven news diatribe often filled with half-truths and innuendo, but in this case pu
The Nissan Juke has become a popular compact crossover and many buyers are finding ways to customize this quirky car to make it their own.
I’ve covered in length the Takata airbag conspiracy and its impact on Honda Motor Company; an institution that I personally hold near and dear.
We have a problem with the applicable financial viability of placing a teenaged driver in a 2 or 3 year old pre-owned car; they’re expensive.
Looking to the history of the Honda Civic, still North America’s number one selling compact, Torque News took American Honda Motors lead and stated the obvious.
You wouldn't know it today looking toward the beaches of Santa Monica from the foothills of Pasadena.
In the United States, automotive sales are measured monthly and annually, with most automakers seeming to care little about who's "in the lead" overall, but fighting vigorously for contented shares
Mitsubishi is up to something, and we would like to know what it is.