Your Guide To The Explosive Airbag Recall That Affects 14 Million Cars

While the world may be burned out on hearing about automotive recalls after General Motors' acknowledged their ignition switch defect and then recalled just about every car they've made in the last 17 years, drivers now face a safety problem that is far more widespread and possibly even more dangerous. » 9/15/14 3:09pm Monday 3:09pm

The Original Japanese Honda Logo Ads Were Ridiculous And Blobular

If you believe this ad, the Honda Logo will come to you fresh from rainclouds of Japanese skies. It will fall in liquid blob form to the calls of seagulls into the middle of your standard Japanese urban shopping arcade. Then you can drive around town in its "human sizing." Whatever that means. » 9/13/14 10:00am 9/13/14 10:00am

Why You Should Never Try To Buy A Honda In New York City

I've brokered car deals all over the country and I have learned that some cars and areas are easy and some are more challenging. After several attempts at getting folks a good buy a Honda in the Big Apple, I'm here to tell you that purchasing one in NYC is an exercise in futility. » 9/09/14 9:00am 9/09/14 9:00am

Honda Wants Your Signature So You Know An Airbag Might Kill You

Due of the massive Takata airbag recall, Honda has issued a stop-sale on any new cars that are impacted, but they can't hold back pre-owned vehicles. Some used vehicles are not recalled, but may be affected. Honda is telling dealerships to have customers sign a liability document. » 8/03/14 2:02pm 8/03/14 2:02pm

Thrill To The Weirdest Honda Ever Made!

For me, Hondas have always been the cars I was told I should buy by someone who didn't know shit about cars, when I was stuck on the side of the road, in the rain, trying to keep an SU carb from dumping fuel on an exhaust manifold. So, while I like and respect many Hondas, part of me has always found them too "safe."… » 7/16/14 10:30pm 7/16/14 10:30pm

Honda's Asimo Robot Gets a Little Bit Better, a Whole Lot Creepier

It's been almost 15 years since Honda first introduced Asimo, the company's attempt to create a humanoid robot that can walk and perform other human-like tasks. But Asimo's most recent upgrade introduces something unsettling: a pair of dead black eyes and a permanent smirk that leaves the bot looking more like an… » 7/16/14 9:31am 7/16/14 9:31am