This past week, AutoGuide hit the Las Vegas Convention Center show floor for the annual SEMA Show. With plenty of surprises from our favorite automakers, the most interesting one to our readers was the debut of the 2014 Honda Civic Si Coupe. You can also check out our most watched videos this week on the AutoGuide…
Honda is one of the oldest Japanese car manufacturers, and is also huge in the motorcycle market. Honda cars are known for reliability and are generally considered good family oriented cars. Honda sells cars worldwide, and also owns Acura, its luxury car subsidiary. Honda models to watch: Honda NSX, Honda Civic, Honda Accord
Honda is finally listening to its critics by releasing a factory supercharger kit for its unique CR-Z hybrid, aiming to bump up the cars performance and credibility.
Amid all the tuner cars and aftermarket products, Honda took the wraps off the 2014 Honda Civic Si Coupe.
Thought the Bisimoto Hyundai Genesis Coupe boasting 1,000 hp was extreme? How about this Honda Odyssey minivan built to the tune of 1,029 hp?
Last year at the 2012 SEMA Show, Honda’s racing arm, Honda Performance Development (HPD) showed off a supercharged Honda CR-Z concept. That concept will now become a reality.
While SEMA isn’t exactly known as the place to unveil new vehicle models, Honda did exactly that this morning in Las Vegas, debuting its 2014 Honda Civic Coupe.
Environmentally friendly cars are always a hit when it comes to the “Japan Car of the Year ” award, so it’s no wonder that the Honda Fit Hybrid brings home the award.
Approximately 344,000 Honda Odyssey minivans will be recalled in the U.S. to fix a software defect that leads to a braking issue.
Honda shocked the lawn-care community with its “Mean Mower,” a ride-on tractor powered by a motorcycle engine. It’s capable of blitzing from zero to 60 miles an hour in just 4 seconds! This grass-annihilating machine is leaving Great Britain and crossing the Atlantic to make a special appearance at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
Once again, Honda is updating the Civic just one year after a refresh, and the company will debut the new 2014 Civic Coupe at the upcoming Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show.
Honda is putting a big emphasis on small vehicles at this year’s Tokyo Motor Show. The company just announced plans for its booth and the product list ranges from dorky to downright cool.
The short list of finalists for the 2014 ‘Green Car of the Year’ award have been announced, an accolade that distinguishes vehicles that are efficient and make efforts to reduce environmental impact.
Joining the likes of Mazda and Lamborghini, Honda has now opened up its museum to pretty much anyone with a computer.
Interested in the Honda Accord hybrid? AutoGuide calls it the Japanese automaker’s first real hybrid model, and if you want to know why, watch our most watched videos of the week below.
AutoGuide‘s compact crossover video comparison garnered plenty of attention this week, as we pitted eight of the market’s most popular crossovers against one another. Which one came out on top? Watch the video below, along with our other most popular videos of the week.
The new-car shoppers are out in full force this past week, as AutoGuide‘s most watched videos focused on a trio of popular sedans from every segment. In the luxury market is the 2014 Cadillac CTS, while the sporty Mazda3 gets a redesign for the 2014 model year. Lastly, there’s the popular 2013 Honda Accord Sport. Watch…
Today marks the third annual National Plug In Day, highlighting the accelerated growth in the electric vehicle market.
The 2014 Honda Crosstour is going on sale today and will be priced from $28,210 including an $830 destination fee.
With the growing crossover segment, the Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) market is slowly dying. Still, it’s got life in it yet and no cute-ute can replace the pure utility of a go anywhere, do anything body-on-frame Sport Utility Vehicle. If you’re in the market for one and the Cadillac Escalade is a bit out…
Honda just announced pricing for the 2014 Accord Hybrid, which will start a smidgen below the $30,000 mark.
Honda Motor Co. has announced that it is recalling about 318,000 Odyssey minivans and 56,000 Acura MDXs in the US regarding problems with the airbag control unit.
To stay ahead in the ultra-competitive compact car segment Honda will reportedly roll out a list of improvements to its Civic sedan for the second year in a row.
The next Honda CR-Z could wind up with real performance credibility courtesy of the new Civic Type R, even if the latter doesn’t make a trans-Atlantic leap.
The Honda Project Drive-In has already saved five drive-in movie theaters and now the Japanese automaker hopes to add four more to the list.