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Associates at Honda Manufacturing of Alabama, LLC, celebrated a production milestone in manufacturing more than 3 million Honda vehicles and V-6 engines in Alabama Thursday.
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21 hrs ago | Dallas Morning News
However, as Automotive News pointed out, the quest has gotten tougher than ever, prompting Toyota to offer substantial incentives on the mid-size Camry.
Thursday | WBNS
It's back to the bus stop for Sharnai Skinner, after an online car-buying-deal became a car-buying- scam.
Thursday | Car & Driver
This marks the end of Honda righting its Civic wrongs. After a 2012 redesign left us feeling ho-hum at best, the Japanese automaker rushed to put forth a refreshed sedan for 2013 .
Dear Tom and Ray: The other day, I stopped my Toyota Sienna behind a Toyota Corolla at a traffic light.
The 2014 Honda Civic is now on sale. The LX coupe starts at $18,980 including destination while the top trim, an EX sedan with navigation, comes in at $25,030.
Honda Cars India Ltd is looking to hike prices of its entire product range in the country from the first week of January as it aims to partially offset the effects of adverse exchange rate and inflation.
Rebecka Zepeda and her family were cleaning out their rental car after a Thanksgiving weekend road trip, when they noticed a suspicious vehicle drive by.
Technology in vehicles is not exactly a new idea. In fact, the integration of mobile operating systems in cars has been around for quite some time.
With the Toyota Camry leading midsize sedan sales nearly every month this year , it should come as no surprise that the Japanese automaker is again on top this past month.
When it's time to head to trade in the old clunker for a shiny new car, Rhode Islanders tend to lean toward a combination of reliability and fuel economy, according to a recent study.
Automakers entered their year-end sales push last month with the most cars and trucks on U.S. dealer lots in eight years, a buildup that's poised to test the industry's newfound pricing discipline.
Jim Lentz, president and CEO of Toyota in North America, says the company, after weathering safety recalls and the 2011 Japan earthquake and tsunami, is poised to hit its sales targets this year.