The IIHS has performed another round of slow-speed bumper tests, this time demonstrating all mid-size sedans will cost you a pretty penny to repair in slow speed collisions. See how your favorite appliance auto did below.
We've seen a lot of hoons here, but this may be the best classified ad we've ever seen for a hoonmobile. This Utah Hoonda has seen plenty of hang time!
Parsing the sales numbers from May, the boys at Cars.com put together this month's list of the top ten best selling cars. They found lower gas prices increase U.S. sales of trucks and SUVs. America! Truck yeah!
This morning's IIHS report on the shocking finding that little cars don't take well to colliding, at speed, with bigger cars? Now we have the crash videos. Let's take a look at all three below.
Japanese cars made up nearly half the entries at the Gator-O-Rama, with 44 out of 95 vehicles coming from the Co-Prosperity Sphere. Miatas, Celicas, and RX-7s galore, of course, but that wasn't all.
A new Honda Accord CUV, set to challenge the Toyota Venza in the mid-size crossover market, has been spotted. No name for the CUV's yet been set, but we're hearing it may be called Crosstour.
Welcome to Down On The Street, where we admire old vehicles found parked on the streets of the Island That Rust Forgot: Alameda, California. Here's a little car that's nearly extinct in rust-prone areas.
A Hawaiian Chevrolet dealership setup a jacked-up Suburban to crush a vintage Honda Accord to send a message to anyone buying Japanese. The message became somewhat cluttered when the tiny Honda broke the SUV.
After nearly a year of sales as the Acura TSX here in the states and after teasing us at the Frankfurt Auto Show with the Accord Tourer Concept, Honda of Japan is finally giving the JDM market the controversially-designed new car in both sedan and wagon flavors. While we've seen the sedan before, thanks to these press…
We dunno. Maybe, but where's the location of the house? Even in this depressed housing market, we still have to make sure we're getting something of value. Because although a late model Accord coupe might intrigue some, even a free house may not be enough to make us interested in the vanilla two-door. But hmm...…
This is Down On The Street Bonus Edition, where we check out interesting street-parked cars located in places other than Island That Rust Forgot. FuzzyPlushroom has sent us photos of a sort of Detroit-Trollhättan-Tokyo combo platter that he captured in his home state of New Hampshire. Jump, you, to see the entire…
Why you should buy this car:
You've always bought Accords and the 2008 Honda Accord Coupe will merely be the latest. You don't know much about cars but you do know that you don't want to buy American. You fit the above criteria, but despite the physical onset of middle age you think you're too young for a four door.…
In places the 2008 Honda Accord Coupe is woefully bland, in others awkwardly edgy. And what's with the rubber strip running across the hood? Having said that, it packs space for five and their luggage into a reasonably svelte shape, we suppose that's something.
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