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On this episode, we discuss driving the Alfa Giulia Quadrifoglio in the rain and look at the history of the Brougham name.

How do you improve the best-selling crossover? Incrementally.

Honda sticks with what works for the 2017 CR-V.

Senior Editor Greg Migliore recaps the week in automotive news, including a look at the latest from the VW diesel emissions scandal, spy shots of the latest Honda CR-V, and more.

The next generation Honda CR-V was spied on public roads.

We spy the new Honda CR-V during testing. It looks dressier.

Extra-long rear door suggests a three-row model is on the way.

An early development mule of the next Honda CR-V shows that the popular crossover is getting ready for a serious growth spurt.

MotorWeek explores the breadth of Japanese cars in the '90s with video reviews of a tuned Mazda RX-7 and Nissan 300ZX and a clip about the 1997 Honda CR-V.

Honda and Acura will recall over 2 million models in the US to give them new driver side airbag inflators.

Honda has added another 127,000 airbag inflators to its Takata recall totals, bringing the tally up to 3.4 million units.

Honda issued a recall for the 2016 CR-V to replace driver-side front airbag modules after an inflator exploded while testing at the Takata plant in Mexico.

The Honda CR-V returns for 2016 with a new trim level. Called the Special Edition, it's based on the LX but packs a bunch of optional extras for an $800 premium over the base model.

Wieden+Kennedy creates a rocket-launch-themed ad for Honda Motor Europe called "Ignition," showcasing Asimo the robot, Formula 1 cars, a plane, and the CR-V.

Toyota might start pursuing turbocharging in a big way. The shift could include a 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder to replace the V6 engine option in the Camry.

Honda CR-V Just Keeps Going... And Going... And Going...

Hondas pretty much last forever, and that's exactly the message the Japanese automaker wants to convey in this latest ad for the 2015 CR-V. It's called Endless Road, and it shows the new midsize crossover driving in a hypnotic, infinite loop.

Honda is shifting production of the European CR-V to Canada for the next model of the crossover. With newly open capacity at the automaker's plant in Swindon, England, the site is slated to become a global manufacturing hub for the future Civic five-door.

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