Turbocharged engine, short-throw 6-speed manual and adjustable suspension bring back the thrill
In the sixth day of my week-long drive of the new and fifth-generation Honda CR-V, I finally opened the hood to see for myself.
When the talk turns to future classics, one of the first Japanese cars that pops into mind is the Honda S2000, a quick and aggressive little roadster with an engine that loves to rev.
After spending a couple of days recently at the vintage motorcycle auctions in Las Vegas, I figured it only would be fitting to use a bike as the Pick of the Day on my next turn.
Honda’s next-generation Ridgeline may be the perfect pickup truck — at least for those buyers who need such a vehicle even if they really don’t want one.
My first impression as I pressed the “start” button in the 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid TRG (TRG is short for Touring) was very favorable
Classic Car News editor Larry Edsall and I both favor small pickup trucks as our daily drivers, though it is a segment that has nearly disappeared from current production.
The first four-wheeled Honda seen in Great Britain was a roadster very much in line with the small sports cars made famous in the UK by the likes of MG and Triumph.
The Honda Accord celebrates its 40th anniversary and has reigned as the best-selling car in the United States for many of those years.