Honda just issued a recall for 800,000 minivans. The reason?
Superbikes and big, Harley-style cruisers are both badass in their own way, but there's also something to be said for retro. Along with the Big Three, Triumph and others, Honda appears to have jumped on the retro styling bandwagon.
If you were waiting for a Honda Civic that won't bore you death, your time has come. Sort of. Honda's freshened-up Civic looks like what it is: an update of the previous generation's Civic that skips the 2012 deathly beigemobile.
Automobile says one of its photographers caught the 2013 Honda Civic sedan out running around with very little camouflage. It's been no secret that Honda was alarmed at the reaction to the 2012 model, and decided to update it rather than let it languish. Automobile says the front end is new, and bears a close…
This is the Honda N-One and it’s as OMG/SQUEE/CUTE/ as a bunch of piggies frolicking around with some pumpkins. We want to buy one and cuddle with it.
Reuters says Honda has finally begun making small jets in the United States. Honda said yesterday that its unusual five-passenger jet, which has two engines mounted over the wings, went into production in Greensboro, N.C. It expects FAA certification for the jet's engine to come before the end of the year. Reuters…
How could two motorcycle racers with similar outlooks on custom machinery wind up with such different bikes that are still very similar? That is, despite their divergent styles, they're both total hoon hacks in the very best way.
The importance of the NSX cannot be overstated.
Last week, we explored the phenomenon of "Japandering," whereby an American or European celebrity shills for some product in Japan. While we got to see Michael J. Fox rocking out in an Integra sedan last time, today we'll further dive into Honda's love of using American celebs in their ads, this time with the…
Car brochures today have all sort of covergently-evolved into a certain bland sort of slickness. Sure, there's some minor typographic differences and photography, but one's pretty much like the other. But this wasn't always the case. Back in the day, if you weren't selling something fast or sleek, you had to find…
There are 98 naturally occurring elements that we know of. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Honda Element — despite its name — is actually made up of quite a few of those, but would paying its asking price be elementary?
Ever hear the term "Japander"? It's when an American (or European) celebrity heads off to Japan to shill for some product in TV or print ads that rarely show up in their home country. It's a great way for these actors or musicians to make some money without cheapening their image in the U.S. There's even a website…
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I explained last week why I have reason to believe the new, smaller Accord is back on track to be a decent driver's car in family sedan clothes –- like it used to be in the 80s and 90s. Looks like there's hope the Civic's dark days could end, too.
China and Japan have never really been the best of friends, yet they typically try to get along so they can mutually benefit. But over the weekend, relations took a turn for the worst over a substantial land dispute.
Bravo, Honda. You've actually made the new 2013 Honda Accord smaller and, well, slightly less boring. Now keep it up.
We see a lot of awesome rebuilt classics. People take old European sports cars, American muscle, and supercars and breathe new life into them. But this Washington State gearhead showed what can be accomplished with a $100 beater and a few good ideas.
If you've ever thought that new cars all look the same, here's proof. Swap the grills between two different makes (like between a Kia and a BMW) and it's hard to tell which design looks more appropriate.