2015 saw the return of two iconic cars on opposite ends of the consumer spectrum. This is the year in review for Honda and Acura. Mylencia Gillenwaters reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute.
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[00:00:00] 2015 saw the return of two iconic cars on opposite ends of the consumer spectrum. I'm Mylencia Gillenwaters and this is your Autoblog Minute year in review for Honda.

Civic is now in its 10th-generation. For the 2016 remake, Honda has fitted Civic with two new engines, including a 1.5-liter direct injected, and turbocharged, 16 valve in-line 4.

It was 2005 when the NSX supercar went into hibernation. When the Japanese icon returns in the spring of 2016 it will be as an all-wheel drive hybrid.

The 2016 Acura ILX refresh has the sedan sporting updated styling and a new engine with more horsepower. ILX will feature a 2.4-L engine capable of producing 201 HP and 180-lb feet of torque.

Honda also took the lead as the first automaker to drop Takata in the wake of the Japanese suppliers' airbag scandal.

And those are the highlights from Honda's year in review. For Autoblog, I'm Mylencia Gillenwaters.

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