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Losing the V6 isn't the end of the Honda's midsized hot rod.

The new 2.0-liter turbo is based on the Civic Type R engine.

It would would include 1.15 million Honda Accord vehicles from the 2013-2016 model years in the United States.

10th-generation Honda Accord's sleek new look echoes the Civic.

10th-generation Honda Accord loses the V6 but gets the 2.0-liter turbo engine from the Civic Type R.

These were the most stolen cars in the US in 2016.

The top-of-the-line, fully-loaded Accord for 1987, now fallen on hard times.

A fully-optioned, top-trim-level example of the iconic third-generation Honda Accord, now awaiting the crusher in a Denver wrecking yard after not quite 150,000 miles of service.

Two turbocharged engines replace the V6.

Can modified Type-R guts make up for killing the V6?

Less is more under the hood of the Accord.

Everybody involved in this one needs to go buy a lottery ticket right now.

We examine the pricing and options of the Chevy Malibu and Honda Accord.

Surprisingly, there are only nine two-door coupes on the market in America that are available for less than $30,000 new. Here's a list.

2016 as the year everyone talked about autonomous driving, without actually having any self-driving cars. Plus we chat about What We're Driving and Spend My Money.

The car that made Honda's fortune in America.

The first-gen Accord was a reliability and value-holding legend, but eventually most of them rusted away, or blew head gaskets, or just plain wore out.

Manual transmissions apparently are the best theft deterrent.

Stick with the stick.

The camouflaged car features a long, fast profile.

These photos show a heavily camouflaged test vehicle.

A simple car wash turned ugly for a Louisiana man when he was jumped by carjackers while washing his car.

Solid. Attractive. But maybe not all that efficient.

Does Honda's new gas-electric vehicle really offer almost 50 mpg? During our first few miles with the car, it sure doesn't seem so.

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