Honda News

Sunday, 9 August 2020

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08 August
There's A Brand-New MPV Coming To Fight The Honda Odyssey

But it's from a brand you've never heard of.


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07 August
New Honda CR-Z Trademark Filing Raises More Questions Than Answers

Toyota may be the best-known automaker for hybrid vehicles, but Honda shouldn’t be forgotten either. Two years after the Prius entered production, the Insight showed up with… wait for it… a five-speed manual transmission instead of a CVT. The first...


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07 August
This LS-Swapped and Turbocharged Honda S2000 Is the King of Tuner Vehicles

The Honda S2000 is one of the most desirable Japanese sports cars of its era. From its attractive looks to its peppy 2.0-liter inline-four cylinder engine that produced as much as 247 horsepower and 161 pound-feet of torque, the S22000 was as...


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07 August
2020 Honda Civic Si Coupe long-term review: Summertime send-off

Honda is discontinuing the two-door Civic Si, so we spent a few months with one to properly say goodbye.


06 August
Buy This Mint 2000 Honda Civic Si While It’s Still (Relatively) Cheap

We’ve been in a nostalgic haze over the 1999–2000 Honda Civic Si coupe for a while. The two-door Civic’s zingy 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine, which crested the magic 100-hp-per-liter benchmark thanks to Honda’s VTEC variable valve timing system and...

Automobile Magazine

06 August
Honda Canada Recalls 53,770 Vehicles, Up to 4 Issues Identified

Honda Canada announces a recall of 53,770 over four potential different issues that can affect different models. The recall affects the Odyssey minivan and the Passport and Pilot SUVs.


05 August
What's New for 2021: Honda

The biggest changes for 2021 Honda models are as much about what's being removed as what's being added. The family haulers get upgraded with a refreshed 2021 Honda Odyssey minivan and special editions of the 2021 Honda Pilot three-row SUV, but the...

The Car Connection

05 August
Honda recalls 608,000 newer Odyssey, Pilot, Passport crossovers and minivans for multiple issues

Honda announced Tuesday it would recall three of its more popular models for four issues. Honda is recalling the 2018-2020 Honda Odyssey minivan, 2019-2020 Honda Passport mid-size crossover SUV, 2019-2021 Honda Pilot three-row crossover SUV. The...

The Car Connection

04 August
Honda Reserves CR-Z Name Again

Honda has registered the CR-Z name again with American patent authorities. While it's anyone’s guess if the company is really planning the return of the sport coupe, the news is enough to make us hope.


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02 August
Honda E Review: Fun, Loveable, And Slightly Too Expensive

The Honda E has rivals which are better all-rounders, but none quite nail the want-factor as well

Car Throttle

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31 July
Honda is working on an electric Super Cub moped, new patent shows progress made

Despite Honda’s radio silence after rolling out a prototype electric Super Cub moped prototype at the 2009 Tokyo Motor Show, it appears the company is actually making progress on the design. more… The post Honda is working on an electric Super Cub...


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29 July
Honda e review

Honda is known for its engineering excellence and practical design touches, but style has never been a particular strong point. The Honda e changes that with a retro theme that should attract buyers, while helping the car stand out in an...

Auto Express

27 July
Honda stars take centre stage at design museum

The award-winning Honda e and CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP superbike have been inducted into the prestigious Red Dot Design Museum in Essen, Germany. The impossibly cute Honda e electric vehicle also takes centre stage in the museum’s special...

Automotive Blog

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27 July
Extended Test: 2019 Honda CR-V Hybrid review

Specifications Model 2019 Honda CR-V Hybrid AWD Price £38,280 Price with options £38,830 Colour Modern Steel (grey) Cost options fitted Metallic paint £550 Motor 1993cc, four-cylinder petrol with electric motor Combined power output 181bhp @...

Sunday Times Driving

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25 July
#143, Record sale for Mustang; goodbye Chevy Sonic, Honda Fit

There's always news in the automotive world. Sometimes, The Weekly Driver Podcast doesn't schedule a guest so co-hosts Bruce Aldrich and James Raia can discuss a few topics, like cars that will no longer be manufactured and a 55-year-old Mustang...

The Weekly Driver

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09 July
Honda Civic Type R: Limited Edition hot-hatch nabs Suzuka record

Hondas hot hatch hero gets a refresh, and two new models

Car Magazine

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