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Honda Car Reviews View All Reviews
Honda is the fifth largest manufacturer of automobiles and largest engine-maker in the world, producing more than 14 million internal combustion engines each year. In addition to motorcycles, jets, lawn mowers and generators, Honda is known for their reliable and fuel efficient passenger cars.
Honda Sedan Reviews
Inch-for-inch, Hyundai and Honda build mid-size sedans that are almost eerily similar, but that all changes when you get out on the road. Which one would we buy? You’ll have to read to find out.
Does the Accord “Sport” deliver on its name, or is it another dull vessel for people delivery?
Failing to reach segment-leading fuel economy numbers, has the new Accord missed the mark?
Honda Compact Car Reviews
With the Honda Civic receiving updates once again for 2014, we organized a rematch between it and the defending champion: the 2014 Toyota Corolla.
It’s new versus all-new in this Japanese compact car comparison
Honda Crossover Reviews
Honda honed its popular CR-V compact crossover to a razor-sharp edge for 2015, giving it more power, a stronger structure and an extra helping of advanced technology. What’s not to like? The answer just might surprise you.
As the most sold crossover in 2013, the CR-V has a big bulls-eye on its back that the Nissan’s new Rogue has in its crosshairs.
The Honda Pilot earned its wings a number of years ago when it was redesigned for the 2009 model year. It’s been cleared for takeoff ever since, but is this large crossover aging gracefully or has it reached mandatory retirement age?
A new look, an updated interior and a massaged powertrain help keep Honda’s CR-V up-to-date, but arguably its best features are the small engineering tricks that make the CR-V the most user-friendly crossover on the market.
Honda SUV Reviews
If you can get past the Frigidaire looks, pricey options, and massive size, the all-new Honda Pilot represents the best-ever utility vehicle for the Internet generation.
The Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4 have always been fierce competitors. But recently, Honda has stuck to only 4-cylinder CR-V models, while Toyota now offers a V6 for the RAV4. Can the Honda keep up?
Honda Sub-Compact Car Reviews
For 2015, the Fit enters its third generation with more space, more power and less obscure looks.
In the old battle of Honda vs Toyota, it's a question of more for more, or less for less.
With a three driving modes selector borrowed from the CR-Z, can Honda infuse it’s fun-to-drive dynamic into the electric car segment?
Honda’s subcompact Fit doesn’t just have a futuristic look; it’s ahead of its time in many other ways too.
Honda Hybrid Car Reviews
Ford builds one of the most attractive-looking mid-size hybrid sedans on the market, but is it still worthwhile when there’s something as good as Honda’s new hybrid Accord?
At 50 MPG in the city, Honda’s Accord Hybrid promises to be the market’s most fuel-efficient mid-size sedan. Can it deliver?
Honda Sports Car Reviews
Once the definitive sport compact performance machine, has the Honda Civic Si been supplanted by the Subaru BRZ?
Honda Minivan Reviews
Minivans make life happen and no minivan makes it happen as easily as the Honda Odyssey.
Honda Coupe Reviews
Has Honda gone far enough with the 2014 revisions of the Si coupe to transform it into a true driver’s car?
Acura asks customers to pony up big bucks for its small hybrid. We would pass and here’s why.
Front wheel drive performance coupes. 1998 vs 2013. Is newer always better?
Honda Truck Reviews
With car-based bones the Honda Ridgeline is essentially a modified minivan. Is it tough enough for truck duty or is it best left in the sandbox?
Honda News View All Honda News
Honda is getting ready to launch a new advanced driver-assistance system. Honda Sensing is an advanced driver assistance system that will come on the all-new Legend in Japan before the end of this year before heading to other models in the future. Developed with safety in mind in hopes of helping prevent accidents and collisions,... more
In response to the FIFTH recall of the new Honda Fit the company’s board has cut CEO Takanobu Ito’s pay by a whopping 20 percent! In addition to this, a dozen other executives face a 10-percent reduction in wages because of the quality issues. This is not a good time for Honda. The Fit’s call-backs... more
With SEMA just around the corner builders are now revealing the projects they’re taking to Las Vegas next month. Tjin Edition has shared photos of its widebody 2015 Honda Fit that will be heading to SEMA this year. It sports a custom Axalta paint job over special body work. At all four corners are 18-inch... more
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) wants to reiterate how important the recent airbag recall is. Federal regulators will expand their recall alert that covers nearly 12-million vehicles worldwide in hopes that owners won’t ignore notices issued by automakers. Approximately 70 percent of vehicle owners respond to recall notices and the rate typically falls... more
Honda’s new crossover will make its first appearance in North America next month. The 2015 Honda HR-V will make its North American debut at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show and will be positioned below the CR-V in the Japanese automaker’s lineup. The model is expected to launch this water and is built on the... more
Honda has brought on a third party to look at whether or not it under reported fatality and injury claims to the U.S. government. The issue arose when The Center For Auto Safety, a watchdog group, claimed that Honda failed to report at least two injury-and-death incidents to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Honda says that... more