2017 Honda CR-V Takes The Cake From Civic

The Honda Civic and Accord were the top-selling vehicles for most of 2016 and it has drastically improved Honda’s sales growth. However, the CR-V fell short, sales wise. That won’t be for long now. The 2017 CR-V is attempting to build a spot for itself and it has already managed to impress the market to Read more about 2017 Honda CR-V Takes The Cake From Civic[…]

Toyota Corolla Cranks Up Heat On Honda Civic

The Toyota Corolla is becoming neck-in-neck with the Honda Civic. In October, the former took the crown for the segment by securing the yearly gap to less than 4,000. In comparison to the same month last year, the Corolla saw a 2 percent increase in sales while its yearly figure stayed almost the same, with Read more about Toyota Corolla Cranks Up Heat On Honda Civic[…]

2017 Honda CR-V: Better Than The Civic

The 2017 Honda CR-V is a truly revolutionary model that comes with a brand new look in several aspects. It looks like all these improvements has led the latest CR-V to beat the Honda Civic. This fifth-generation crossover is by far the best of its line. Not only it is bigger now, it also comes Read more about 2017 Honda CR-V: Better Than The Civic[…]

2017 Honda CR-V Has Taken Over From Civic, Accord

In 2016, the Honda Civic and Accord were the leaders of the pack for most of the year, resulting in an increase in Honda’s sales growth. The CR-V, however, struggled in terms of sales. Fortunately, the 2017 CR-V has successfully woo-ed the market and it’s now Honda’s sales leader. The latest CR-V saw a 4.4 Read more about 2017 Honda CR-V Has Taken Over From Civic, Accord[…]

2017 Honda CR-V: Beats One Of Its Own

The 2017 Honda CR-V, recently revealed, boasts a whole new look in many aspects. With all these enhancements, it sure looks like it has beaten the Honda Civic. The latest CR-V is the fifth-generation crossover and it’s definitely better than the previous generations. It is now larger in size and encompasses a far more aggressive Read more about 2017 Honda CR-V: Beats One Of Its Own[…]

2017 Honda Civic: From Winner To Loser – Like WRX STI

It looks like the Honda Civic is no longer a recommendation, based on Consumer Reports yearly Car Reliability Survey. The downfall of the Civic lies in its frustrating touch-screen radio. The vehicle also offers minimal driver lumbar adjustability which drastically effect the comfort level of the driver. On top of that, there are limited units Read more about 2017 Honda Civic: From Winner To Loser – Like WRX STI[…]

2017 Honda CR-V: Better Than Honda Civic

The recently unveiled, all-new Honda CR-V looks like its set to beat the Honda Civic. This new version is much bigger in size and come across as more aggressive. It still maintains the same engine as the Civic; 1.5-liter direct-injected DOHC turbo-four power plant, yet with a 190 horsepower, much higher than the Civic. The Read more about 2017 Honda CR-V: Better Than Honda Civic[…]

2017 Honda CR-V Has Already Beaten Honda Civic

The all new Honda CR-V was recently unveiled and it looks like it will give the Honda Civic quite a run for its money. The fifth-generation CR-V crossover is bigger in size and has more aggressive features. Even though it is still equipped with the similar engine as the Civic, 1.5-liter direct-injected DOHC turbo-four powerplant, Read more about 2017 Honda CR-V Has Already Beaten Honda Civic[…]

2018 Honda CR-V: Much Hotter Than Civic

It may be the most boring and uninspiring vehicles in the market at the moment, but nothing’s stopping the Honda CR-V from ripping up the sales charts. In August, the CR-V was the top-selling vehicle without a bed in the US, followed by the Toyota RAV4 and Nissan Rogue. What that says is that compact Read more about 2018 Honda CR-V: Much Hotter Than Civic[…]

2018 Honda Accord Could Return Honda Civic Favor

The next-gen Honda Accord has been spotted in the wild wearing what looks to be a fastback roof that seems to have been plucked straight from its new platform mate, the sales-leading tenth-gen Honda Civic. This is evidence enough that the mid-size sedan is losing its old-school styling for a sportier demeanor, and the general Read more about 2018 Honda Accord Could Return Honda Civic Favor[…]

2018 Honda CR-V: Bigger Hit Than Civic

Let’s face it, the current Honda CR-V is as bland as any suburban vehicle could get, and yet it remains the sales-leading SUV in the US. For August, the Honda marque model was the third top-selling nameplate stateside, behind only the Ford, Chevrolet, and Dodge Ram full-size pickups. As a matter of fact, the fourth, Read more about 2018 Honda CR-V: Bigger Hit Than Civic[…]

2018 Honda Civic: Expect No More Than Hybrid

Seeing that the next-gen Honda CR-V may potentially adopt a plug-in hybrid variant, on top of the return of the Honda Accord Hybrid, it makes sense that their platform mate Honda Civic (next-gen Accord moving to Civic platform) would be slated for hybridization as well. But only to a certain extent, because other forms of Read more about 2018 Honda Civic: Expect No More Than Hybrid[…]

2018 Honda CR-V: Far Ahead Of Accord

Both the Honda CR-V and Accord are undergoing significant next-gen redesigns for 2018, but it’s already evident at this point that the compact SUV is going to come out on top in terms of popularity with consumers. Why? Because it’s an SUV. The newly redesigned Honda Civic is being used as the basis of their Read more about 2018 Honda CR-V: Far Ahead Of Accord[…]

2017 Nissan Sentra SR Turbo Offers More Than 1.5T Civic

Given a choice, most people would pick the 1.5L turbo-four rather than the 2.0L four-cylinder of the Honda Civic. But would they pick a more powerful 1.6L turbo-four engine from a new rival to the Honda compact, even if it came from Nissan? The 2017 Nissan Sentra SR trim is appending the word Turbo to Read more about 2017 Nissan Sentra SR Turbo Offers More Than 1.5T Civic[…]

2018 Honda Accord: Farewell 3.5L V6?

Apart from being platform mates with the compact sedan, the Honda Accord is also set to adopt the 174hp 1.5L turbo-four powertrain from the Civic. Whether or not that means the mid-size sedan is going to jettison its current 3.5L V6 that’s worth 278hp, no one really knows. Granted, there’s less power on the turbo Read more about 2018 Honda Accord: Farewell 3.5L V6?[…]

2018 Honda CR-V: More Appeal Than Civic, Accord

No matter how attractive certain sedans could be, consumers’ love for utility vehicles at the moment and in coming years would ensure that crossovers and SUVs would certainly stay ahead. The fate of gas prices would surely play a part in the ongoing appeal of the blossoming segment as well. With that in mind, it Read more about 2018 Honda CR-V: More Appeal Than Civic, Accord[…]

2016 Honda CR-V Seizes Crown From RAV4 – Moves Past Accord

The 2016 Honda CR-V started the year in a bad state. From being the top-selling SUV in the US, it quickly fell behind the Ford Escape and Toyota RAV4 in sales within the compact crossover segment as well as behind the Honda Civic within the Honda lineup. But eight months into 2016 and the CR-V Read more about 2016 Honda CR-V Seizes Crown From RAV4 – Moves Past Accord[…]

2018 Honda Accord: No More 3.5L V6 – Due To Civic?

There’s a chance that one of the many changes implemented for the tenth-gen Honda Accord is the replacement of its 3.5L V6 engine with the 176hp 1.5L turbo-four unit from the Honda Civic, which could be tuned upward to accommodate the larger mid-size sedan. It is within reason to believe that the V6 option could Read more about 2018 Honda Accord: No More 3.5L V6 – Due To Civic?[…]

2017 Honda Ridgeline: Much Like Honda Civic!

There are two highlights for Honda in the US this year – the redesigned Civic sedan and revived Ridgeline pickup. Although mechanically both vehicles couldn’t be more different, the Ridgeline is enjoying the same sort of instant success as the Civic. Many massively successful vehicles take time to win over buyers, but not these two. Read more about 2017 Honda Ridgeline: Much Like Honda Civic![…]