Honda News and Reviews

Honda is one of the oldest and most respected Japanese brands in the United States and here you can find the latest Honda news and reviews about Honda vehicles. The news on this page is updated daily. Now manufacturing almost all of its popular models in the US, it has blurred the line between foreign and domestic brands to the point that there is no longer a clear delineation. The Honda Civic and Honda Accord vehicles are often segment leaders in sales and have won dozens of awards.
2009 Honda Odyssey

NHTSA opens an investigation of Honda Odyssey liftgates

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has opened a preliminary investigation into the Honda Odyssey minivan over a concern that the power rear liftgate can close suddenly and without prompting from whoever is working with the vehicle – leading to several injuries from these liftgates hitting people unexpectedly.
accord

Quake-induced inventory shortage fuels demand for pre-leased vehicles

U.S. shoppers are using "bridge-the-gap" car leasing in greater numbers than ever before, according to the Web site LeaseTrader.com. “Bridge-the-gap” leasing is auto industry parlance for people taking over someone else’s remaining short-term car lease until dealer inventory levels return to normal so when they do they can buy the car they want to own.
2012 Acura TSX

Acura sets prices for 2012 Acura TSX and adds Special Edition

Acura today added a new model and held the line on prices for its entry-level TSX family of cars, with a $200 MSRP increase per auto. Prices range from $29,810 for the bare-bones 2012 Acura TSX sports sedan to $34,810 for the tech-driven 2012 TSX Sport Wagon with Technology Package. Both 2012 cars are available now in showrooms.

Honda recalls 2011 CR-Z and 2006 CR-V over safety worries

Honda issued a statement early this Labor Day morning saying that due to safety concerns it will voluntarily recall about 90,000 2006 CR-Vs and 2011 CR-Zs that were sold in the United States. A total of 962,000 vehicles are included in a larger, worldwide recall that adds the Fit to the mix, according to reports from the Associated Press, Bloomberg and the Washington Post.

Honda recalls almost 2.5 million globally for transmission failures

Honda has announced that they will be recalling almost 2.5 million vehicles in markets around the world for a reflash of the automatic transmission control module that could help prevent transmission failure in certain situations, with the bulk of these vehicles being found in the United States.

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