Small crossovers are BIG business these days. Continue Reading...
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The Honda HR-V is entering its 2017 model year with a starting MSRP of $20,200 including destination. Continue Reading...
Buick has introduced a special, sportier version of its subcompact Encore crossover, the Sport Touring model. Continue Reading...
Crossovers are scalding hot right now because people want vehicles with sport utility size and practicality, but with driving dynamics of a car. Continue Reading...
Ever wonder what life would be like if someone took all your favorite compact crossovers and pointed the shrink ray at them? We had that exact same thought and got our hands on a number of subcompact crossovers this week. Read all about our upcoming tests and reviews on AutoGuide Now. Continue Reading...
Honda has filed a trademark to protect the name “CDX.” Continue Reading...
Acura is eyeing its own version of Honda‘s newest crossover. Continue Reading...
Fuel economy ratings have been released for Honda’s new compact crossover. Continue Reading...
Honda is the latest automaker to jump into the subcompact crossover segment with its new HR-V, unveiled at the 2014 LA Auto Show. Continue Reading...
The 2016 Honda HR-V will be powered by a 1.8-liter four-cylinder i-VTEC engine. Continue Reading...
Honda has rolled out its new HR-V small crossover in front of the iconic Randy’s Donuts in Los Angeles, just two days before it makes its official debut at the LA Auto Show. Continue Reading...
Honda’s new crossover will make its first appearance in North America next month. Continue Reading...
Later this year, Honda will join a growing number of automakers jumping into the fastest growing segment of the U.S. auto market. Continue Reading...
Honda has filed a trademark application in the U.S. for the name HR-V, a badge that will likely appear on the brand’s new sub-compact crossover. Continue Reading...