Honda Secures Top Position With Odyssey, Civic & CR-V

Merely being good is not enough for Honda – at least not anymore. Honda wants to be the best and it has proven it means business by placing a higher importance on its high-volume nameplates instead of just succumbing to the current trend of full-sized trucks and SUVs, premium SUVs, sports cars and large cars. Read more about Honda Secures Top Position With Odyssey, Civic & CR-V[…]

2018 Honda Accord: Losing Out On Many Buyers

What makes the Honda Accord charming is the fact that it’s impervious to trends in the sedan market. Whereas other mid-size nameplates have attempted to get with the times by adopting more modern and sporty designs, the Accord has stayed old-school. Honda didn’t bother trying to make it more attractive for younger buyers or get Read more about 2018 Honda Accord: Losing Out On Many Buyers[…]

Next-Gen 2018 Honda Odyssey Is Doing Justice To Civic & CR-V

Being good simply isn’t enough for Honda; this automaker wants to be the best. Maybe that’s why Honda has been paying more attention to its high-volume nameplates instead of merely the hyped segments like full-sized trucks and SUV, premium SUVs, sports car and large cars. Honda had recently unveiled its all-new Odyssey at the Detroit Read more about Next-Gen 2018 Honda Odyssey Is Doing Justice To Civic & CR-V[…]

Honda Civic Type-R: Prepare To See It Next Month!

Prior to this, we’ve only been hearing of rumors that the all-new Civic Type-R will be unveiled during the Geneva Motor Show next month. But now, Honda has officially confirmed that it will be lifting the veils off its 10th gen Civic-based hot hatch at the annual motor show. Honda had also announced that this Read more about Honda Civic Type-R: Prepare To See It Next Month![…]

2018 Honda Accord: There’s Nowhere To Run!

The Honda Civic arriving with a whole new upgrade meant that the Honda Accord may be losing in comparison. The former came bearing a wider body, simultaneously offering more room, which made it come closer to the Accord than ever before. This simply means that the all-new Honda Accord will have nowhere to run if Read more about 2018 Honda Accord: There’s Nowhere To Run![…]

2017 Honda CR-V Makes The Most Of Civic’s Potential

The all-new Honda CR-V has been officially rated by the EPA and it looks like this crossover will be far more efficient that all of its predecessors. The 2017 CR-V, employing a 1.5-liter turbocharged mill churning out 190 horsepower, is rated with 28mpg for city, 34mpg for highway and 30mpg combined. However, the figures change Read more about 2017 Honda CR-V Makes The Most Of Civic’s Potential[…]

2018 Honda Accord: Can’t Go On Without Civic

The 2018 Honda Accord will be taking a few cues from the Civic, beginning with its architecture. Honda has also confirmed that it will be offering the Civic’s 174hp 1.5T powertrain. However, Honda failed to disclose if this new engine will be replacing its current 3.5-liter V6 engine that churns out 278 horsepower. The turbo Read more about 2018 Honda Accord: Can’t Go On Without Civic[…]

2018 Honda Civic Type-R Figures Would Roast Golf R, WRX STI

Honda has announced that the all-new Honda Civic Type-R would be making its world debut at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show. As if that isn’t an exciting enough news, the Japanese manufacturer revealed that the next-gen Civic Type-R will be sold stateside for the first time ever. Honda’s brand new hatch will be produced alongside Read more about 2018 Honda Civic Type-R Figures Would Roast Golf R, WRX STI[…]

2018 Mazda 3 Surpasses The Civic With Its Figures

Mazda will soon be introducing the second-gen SkyActiv-G engine which is said to provide 30 percent more fuel efficiency compared to its previous generations. Based on a report by Nikkei, this new feature will be utilizing “pressure, not spark plugs, to ignite fuel.” This may sound odd but Mazda has proven time and time again Read more about 2018 Mazda 3 Surpasses The Civic With Its Figures[…]

2018 Honda Civic Type-R: There’s No Cure For This Mess

The 2017 Honda Civic Hatchback fell short when it came to the looks department. Many people felt that it wasn’t very appealing despite the automaker throwing in some aggressive elements. This may have been one of the reason behind its declining sales number. As this model’s design was based on the Civic Type-R, it wasn’t Read more about 2018 Honda Civic Type-R: There’s No Cure For This Mess[…]

2018 Honda Accord: Suffers At The Hands Of CR-V & Civic

The Honda Accord was first launched in the late 1970s and up till today, this model has managed to sell approximately 13 million units all over the world. The Accord has long been known as a best-seller in the US and although it isn’t actually an American brand, there have been more than 10.5 million Read more about 2018 Honda Accord: Suffers At The Hands Of CR-V & Civic[…]

2017 Hyundai Elantra Sport vs Honda Civic Touring: Without Si, The Civic Is Dead

The Honda Civic has always impressed with its efficiency, practicality, technology as well as its good driving dynamics. However, it will take some time before a new Civic Si arrives, so if you’re looking for a sporty compact car, you next best bet would be the Elantra Sport. The turbocharged Elantra is a lot like Read more about 2017 Hyundai Elantra Sport vs Honda Civic Touring: Without Si, The Civic Is Dead[…]

Honda Accord Picked As The 2017 Best Sedan – Not The Civic

Good Housekeeping has named the Honda Accord Sport as the best sedan of 2017, in terms of getting the most value for your money. This model starts at an MSRP price of $24,415. The publication collaborated with Car and Driver to test out over 100 new models before narrowing it down to the top 25. Read more about Honda Accord Picked As The 2017 Best Sedan – Not The Civic[…]

2017 Honda CR-V: Putting The Civic’s Assets To Better Use

Honda has successfully nabbed another award. Scoring 8.8 out of a total 10 score, U.S. News and World Report placed the 2017 Honda CR-V at the number one spot in the compact SUV segment for 2017. The CR-V has beaten the Hyundai Tucson, Ford Escape and the Toyota RAV4 by securing the topmost position, “The Read more about 2017 Honda CR-V: Putting The Civic’s Assets To Better Use[…]

2018 Honda Odyssey Sits At The Throne With Civic & CR-V

Honda doesn’t want to be good; it wants to be the best. This automaker has proven this to be true time and time again by prioritizing its high-volume nameplates over the currently hyped segments such as full-sized trucks and SUVs, premium SUVs, sports car and large cars. During the recent Detroit Auto Show, Honda lifted Read more about 2018 Honda Odyssey Sits At The Throne With Civic & CR-V[…]

2018 Honda Accord Aims To Be More Like Civic

Aside from underpinning the same architecture as the Civic, Honda has confirmed that the 2018 Accord will also begin offering the Civic’s 1.5T powertrain capable of 174 horsepower. That said, the automaker did not disclose if this new powertrain would be substituting the existing 3.5-liter V6 mill worth 278 horsepower. Although the turbo block has Read more about 2018 Honda Accord Aims To Be More Like Civic[…]

2017 Honda CR-V Figures Already Crush Accord & Civic

Honda is headed toward its fourth consecutive annual sales record by successfully selling 97,178 cars and light trucks in January 2017, marking a year-over-year increase of 7.7 percent. The all new, turbocharged 2017 Honda CR-V was well-received by buyers. Honda Engineering benchmarked the segment with top of the class fuel efficiency ratings as well as Read more about 2017 Honda CR-V Figures Already Crush Accord & Civic[…]

2017 Subaru Impreza: Does It Stand A Chance Against The Civic?

Subaru’s all-new Impreza is, no doubt, a stunning offering from the automaker but many have been wondering if it would stand a chance against the Honda Civic, one of the most popular compact sedans in the world. The latest Subaru rides on its new global platform which delivers 70 percent more durable built with enhanced Read more about 2017 Subaru Impreza: Does It Stand A Chance Against The Civic?[…]

2017 Honda CR-V: No Favors Over Accord & Civic

The crossover segment is growing hotter and Honda does not seem like it would be leaving this hype anytime soon. The Honda CR-V has always been its most famed offering in the United States, right from back then in 1997 when the first model stepped into the market. So, it will definitely be no surprise Read more about 2017 Honda CR-V: No Favors Over Accord & Civic[…]