A nationwide rash of thefts targets mostly newer Civics and Accords.
Honda says it is ahead of schedule in massive airbag recalls.
On average, owners keep their cars for a little over seven years. Some vehicles, though, stick with their original owners a whole lot longer than that.
Can these redesigned and revised family four-doors save the species?
Many of us here at Autoblog are unabashed enthusiasts of the endangered manual transmission, and we know we're not alone. Honda, which makes several of its vehicles available with a stick, released a video aimed at orienting beginners to the simple joys of driving a stick.
Let us now turn our attention to Necco Wafers. Specifically, the very fate of the age-old multi-colored gelatin candy, which is offered in seven flavors, amid the financial crisis of Necco, officially known as the New England Confectionary Co. What does this have to do with automobiles, you might ask? Well, a 23-year-old Florida woman named Katie Samuels has such fond memories of eating the confection as a child that she offered her car in exchange for wholesaler Candystore.com's remaining stoc
Midsize family sedans may be losing sales to small SUVs, but hundreds of thousands of the things still left dealerships last year. The 2019 Nissan Altima introduced here at the New York Auto Show replaces one of the segment's best sellers, joining a pair of other best-sellers, the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry, which were both redesigned last year.
For the first time since this generation of Mazda6 was introduced, Mazda is offering the 6 with a more powerful optional engine. It's a 2.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder available on the three highest trims: Grand Touring, Grand Touring Reserve and Signature. This new engine offering means Mazda can more directly compete with the rest of the midsize family sedan market, the vast majority of which have at least two engine options, if not more. So we decided it was a good time to see just how w
It should drive great, though.
Hondata works its magic on Honda's family sedan.
Don't plan the funeral yet. There's still a lot we don't know about Ford's plans.
No V6, but there's still a manual.
The money will help pay the cast and crew who worked pro bono on the viral ad.
You can probably guess which vehicle is the number-one best-seller, but the rest of the results may surprise you.