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Honda recalling 100k more vehicles to replace airbag inflators

Honda is recalling over 100,000 more vehicles to replace faulty driver's side airbag inflators supplied by Takata. The models include the 2008 Pilot, 2004 Civic and 2001 Accord. Continue reading Honda recalling 100k more vehicles toShow More Summary

Next-Generation Honda Civic Will Get UK-Built 5-Door For North America

It’s been nearly a decade since Honda introduced a Civic hatchback in North America. But according to reports by the Nikkei, our market is slated to get another Civic hatch, which will also be built in the UK. The Civic hatchback will be built at Honda’s Swindon, UK plant, and sent to North America starting in 2016. Show More Summary

Honda recalling small number of Accord, CR-V models

Honda recalled 137 four-cylinder Accords and CR-Vs to replace engines that may have improperly torqued connecting rod bolts. Continue reading Honda recalling small number of Accord, CR-V models Honda recalling small number of Accord, CR-V models originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 12 Mar 2015 11:00:00 EST. Show More Summary

Question Of The Day: Will The CR-V Continue To Be America’s Best-Selling Honda?

After averaging around than 230,000 U.S. sales between 2007 and 2013, a period in which Honda averaged 295,000 annual Civic sales and 324,000 annual Accord sales, the CR-V was the second-best-selling Honda in America for the first time ever in 2014. Show More Summary

Look Out For An Acura Crossover Based On The Honda HR-V

Roughly a year ago, Acura previewed a small crossover for the Chinese market, dubbed the SUV-X, that sparked rumors of an HR-V based crossover for Honda’s luxury brand. According to Autoguide.com, Honda has trademarked the “CDX” nameplate for automobiles, which suggests that the vehicle is one step closer to reality. Show More Summary

Honda slowing US production due to ports dispute

CHECK THIS AGAINST CHRIS BRUCE POST IN PENDING - LATEST INFO HAS A FEW MORE DETAILS, BUT... Honda says parts shortages caused by the West Coast ports labor dispute have become severe enough to impede production of the Honda Accord, Civic and CR-V, as well as some Acura models. Show More Summary

Next-Gen Honda Accord Foregoing Takata Airbags

When the next-gen Honda Accord arrives in U.S. showrooms in August 2017, no Takata airbags will be used in the sedan’s safety system. Reuters reports the automaker has chosen competitor Toyoda Gosei to supply driver-side, knee and curtain airbags for the North American version of the Accord. Show More Summary

Honda ditching Takata for next Accord's airbags

Honda may move to one of Takata's competitors in what could be a devastating turn for the Japanese supplier. Continue reading Honda ditching Takata for next Accord's airbags Honda ditching Takata for next Accord's airbags originally appeared on Autoblog on Sat, 24 Jan 2015 17:03:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments

Redesigned 2016 Honda Pilot Arriving In US Showrooms After HR-V

Soon after the 2016 Honda HR-V hits the showroom this spring, the redesigned 2016 Pilot will follow. Edmunds reports the new SUV “will redefine what is possible with an eight-passenger midsize SUV,” according to Honda’s U.S. automotive division vice president John Mendel. Show More Summary

What you missed on 1.9.15

Our best look yet at Ford's Detroit Auto Show plans; a Honda Accord Dually on Craigslist; a California dealer adds $50,000 to the price of a new Corvette Z06. Those are the top headlines for all things automotive on Friday, January 9, 2015. Show More Summary

Online Find Of The Day: 1998 Honda Accord Dually shows a melange of influences

This 1998 Honda Accord custom dually is so insane that it's almost hard not to love. Beyond just the crazy rear end, the sedan features an exhaust that rises toward the heavens and enough lights to turn the night into day. The massive mirrors on each side should make it easy to see the shocked expressions of onlookers as you drive by. Show More Summary

Review: 2014 Chrysler 300 V6

Hey! You! Over there in the corner! I see you looking at that leather-interior Accord or Camry or Altima or Fusion or whatever. How’d you like to buy a lot more car for just a little more money? The four-cylinder Honda Accord EX-L is $28,420. It’s a hell of a car and it has a […] The post Review: 2014 Chrysler 300 V6 appeared first on The Truth About Cars.

The CR-V Tops Honda’s October 2014 Leaderboard, Outsells Accord And Civic

In October 2014, for the first time since March 2012 and just the sixth time in the last five years, the Honda CR-V was American Honda’s best-selling model. Finishing the month ahead of the Accord and Civic, given their longstanding status as two of America’s best-selling cars, is no easy feat. Show More Summary

Editorial: Accord A Canary In the Coal Mine For Europe’s Large Car Segment

Acura’s decision to consolidate both the TL and TSX into a single replacement, did more than just deprive North American consumers of a Made In Japan, manual-equipped Acura sedan. It also helped spell the end of the European Honda Accord. Show More Summary

Honda discontinuing Euro Accord, no replacement in sight

Honda has built two Accords for many years. There's the one we're familiar with here in the United States, and then there's the Accord sold in markets like Europe and Australia, known here in the US as the Acura TSX. But just like Acura...Show More Summary

Chart Of The Day: U.S. Auto Market Share – September 2014

Auto sales in the United States rose 9.4% compared with September 2013 to 1.245M in September 2014. Pickup trucks climbed above 190,000 units for the third consecutive month. The Honda Accord unseated the Toyota Camry for the second time in two months. Show More Summary

Honda Jazz Prototype is brand's latest production-ready 'concept'

Another auto show, another Honda "prototype." The brand has made something of a habit of showing very thinly veiled production models at the world's auto shows, ranging from the Accord, to the Civic and Civic Type-R, as well as the CR-V. Show More Summary

25 Years On, Are Cars Really More Expensive?

That’s the question that Marketplace is asking, using the Honda Accord as a yardstick. In 1989, a Honda Accord with 98-horsepower, no ABS, crank windows and no A/C. In 1989 dollars, that would set you back $11,700. A base model 2014 costs $21,955 in today’s dollars, or $11,500 25 years ago. Show More Summary

Is today's Honda Accord cheaper than it was back in 1989?

Whether you're shopping at the grocery story or on a car lot, everything seems to be getting more expensive these days. However, when all the factors are considered, that might be more an issue of perception than of fact. The American...Show More Summary

America’s 10 Best-Selling Cars In August 2014

Honda sold more Accords in the United States in August 2014 than at any other point in the model’s rather illustrious history, securing a place as the top-selling passenger car in America last month. Year-to-date, the Toyota Camry leads the Accord by 35,045 units heading into September. Show More Summary

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