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1 hr ago | WHEC-TV Rochester
Honda's are not only popular with drivers, but thieves too. According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau's "Hot Wheels" report, the Honda Accord and the Honda Civic sedan were the most stolen vehicles last year.
5 hrs ago | The Globe and Mail
When the drive select system is in efficiency mode, the new start-stop system turns off the engine before the car comes to a complete stop.
Even though your credit card has a $15,000 credit limit, does it mean you should use it to buy a shiny new car? Probably not.
Well, the annual "10 Most Likely Vehicles To Be Stolen" just came out, and just like in years past, there's nothing on the list I'm remotely interested in, let alone interested in enough to steal.
The National Insurance Crime Bureau just released its report on the most stolen cars of 2013...and as usual, your fleet of Ferraris and Aston Martins was safe.
Honda is getting some help from the internet to create a few modified cars that will be on display at the 2014 SEMA show later this year in Las Vegas.
Three versions of the 2015 Honda Accord go on sale today at dealerships across America, and they're priced to sell.
Project Self-Sufficiency participant Yolanda Dones recently received a newly-refurbished van from Elite Automotive & Tire as part of the used vehicle donation program at Project Self-Sufficiency.
Owning an actual spaceship is a stupid idea because spaceships are difficult to park, conspicuous, and very pricey to fuel and insure.
A friend of mine, Brandon, pays $392 per month for his used 2010 Honda Accord. In five years, he'll own the car outright.
It's tough to imagine an automotive landscape without a BMW 2002 to kick-start the compact sports-sedan movement.
J.D. Power unveiled its list of most dependable vehicles from the 2011 model year, based on responses from 41,000 consumers.
Honda's John Mendel on extended loans and similar incentives: "You're probably pulling people out of used cars into a new car that maybe they can't afford."
Honda took the offense Tuesday when it comes to defending its stale sales figures for the year, which lag both arch-Japanese rivals Toyota and Nissan.
Honda is on track to hit record sales this year and makes no apologies for the conservative, retail sales-focused strategy that has kept mainstream vehicles like the Accord and CR-V popular.
About six months into a relationship is when it happens: you settle into a routine with your significant other and finally begin to notice the way she/he chews cereal or piles dishes in the sink or re-adjusts the rearview mirror.
A 2013 Honda Accord EX-L V-6 Sedan. The Honda Accord was the most stolen car in America in 2013, according to a National Insurance Crime Bureau report released this week.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 06:54 am
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