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
If the Takata airbag in your car needs to be checked out and replaced some findings by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) should convince you to have the work done yesterday
Granted, I’ve written volumes on Accord Hybrid, so why spill the virtual ink on yet another McCants auto diatribe, praising yet another member of Honda’s reinvented world-car lineup?
Designed in California, manufactured in England, and sharing a manufacturing platform with a not-so compact sedan and coupe, that is destined once again to be American Honda Motors best seller, 201
Have you ever wondered what specific driving skills it takes to handle 600 horsepower, insanely high speed, high torque, RallyCross race modified compact cars on a very short mixed surface race tra
Remember the first time you dropped into a driver’s seat, took the steering wheel, started the engine, released the brake and pushed the accelerator?