Third-generation Honda updates styling and technology, but maintains the manual-shift driving experience
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.