They seemed so much bigger when we were kids growing up in Anytown U.S.A.. Honda Motor Company of Japan had landed on U.S.
We were reminded by Torque News colleague John Goreham that sales numbers presented by automakers through information services such as R.L. Polk are often less than quantified.
The Volkswagen Beetle, loved in the U.S. from 1949-present, still has its critics. But, after millions made and sold, it is easy to see that the doubters were wrong.
This old school motorhead, while appreciating the new hybrid drive systems featured in Honda’s Accord Hybrid and Acura RLX Hybrid Sport Coupe, will not pretend to fully comprehend the computer cont
Last November the world watched as Honda Motor Company unveiled what it referred to as the ‘future in zero emissions’ applied automotive engineering.
For its winter vehicle awards, in the category Best All-Weather SUV/Crossover Under $28,000, the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport and Kia Sorento tied.
March 20, 2014 marks the day that the 20 millionth Honda drove off of a North America assembly line.
You see them blowing down the roads of anytown U.S.A..
Normally, this kind of stuff could just be considered tripe but Rob Lescaille,