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Totally transformed Camry gets uppity with better-than-ever Accord
By: JEREMY SINEK Source: the globe and mail We compare the Honda Accord 1.5T Touring and the Toyota Camry XSE The Honda Accord 1.5T Touring and the Toyota Camry XSE. It was always a given that the Honda Accord appeals equally to engaged drivers and to those who simply want a dependable, user-friendly transportation appliance. […][click to continue]
Two epic rivals setup their sedan game
By: Jodi Lai Source: AutoGuide.com March 3, 2018 History has its fair share of epic rivalries. Coke vs. Pepsi, Tupac vs. Biggie, Batman vs. Superman. In the automotive sphere, Honda Accord vs. Toyota Camry is one of the most hotly contested rivalries there is. Both cars have been wrestling for family-sedan supremacy for decades and […][click to continue]
2018 Toyota Camry XSE V-6 vs. 2018 Honda Accord Touring 2.0T Comparison
By: Scott Evans Words, Wes Allison Photos Source: MotorTrend October 16, 2017 What happens when the Accord and Camry get a little extra kick? For more than three-quarters of family-sedan buyers, the base engine provides more than enough zip to get around town. Some like it hot, though, and for that remaining fraction, both Honda […][click to continue]
2018 Honda Accord Named 2018 North American Car of the Year
January 16, 2018 TORRANCE 3rd straight year for Honda to win a North American “of the Year” award following Civic (2016) and Ridgeline (2017) 2018 Accord honored for bold “new from the ground up” approach to remaking America’s best-selling car over the past 41 years More than 11 million Accords made in America TORRANCE, Calif., […][click to continue]
Type R Not your ordinary economy car
By: Matt Bubbers Source: The Globe and Mail July 5, 2017 Honda Civic Type R. HONDA Honda’s Civic Type R models have a kind of mythic status: the high-performance forbidden fruit, denied to Canadian drivers – until now, Matt Bubbers writes In March, Stefan Verner ditched work to go to a Honda dealer and put a $5,000 deposit down […][click to continue]
First Look: Honda totally revamps the 2018 Odyssey, creating the best minivan it has ever built
There is no better way to transport a family than a minivan, unless, of course, you’ve got something heavy to tow or you live in a region where all-wheel drive and raised ground clearance are necessities. And among minivans, for quite some time now, there has been no better choice than a Honda Odyssey. Chrysler […][click to continue]
Head-to-head Comparison Test: 2017 Honda CR-V vs. 2017 Toyota RAV4
As much as “buy American” enthusiasts like to lament the heydays of Ford, Chevrolet, Chrysler and the like, the U.S. family car market has long been dominated by two companies based in Japan: Honda and Toyota. However, instead of the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry duking it out for the attention of mom and dad, […][click to continue]
All-New, Innovative 2017 Honda Ridgeline Wins “North American Truck of the Year” Award
Source: Honda News – Jan 9, 2017 Jan 9, 2017 – DETROIT Second NATOTY win for Ridgeline All-new Ridgeline designed, developed and manufactured in America Innovative features include world’s first factory-installed Truck Bed Audio System, Dual Action Tailgate and more The completely redesigned and reengineered 2017 Honda Ridgeline has been named the 2017 North American Truck […][click to continue]
First Drive: 2017 Honda CR-V
All-new, fifth-generation compact SUV has its fuel-sipping sights set on segment-leading status Date: December 2, 2016 Source: Driving.ca Author: Andrew McCredie JORDAN RIVER, B.C. — Since it’s debut in North America two decades ago, the Honda CR-V has been a performer of Olympic-like proportions. Not only has it been on the podium most of those […][click to continue]
Ford F-150, Chevy Silverado, Toyota Tundra flunk IIHS headlight test
Date: Oct 25th 2016 at 10:14AM Source: http://www.autoblog.com/2016/10/25/ford-f-150-chevy-silverado-toyota-tundra-iihs-headlight-test/ Author: Joel Patel Joel Patel The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety put pickup truck headlights to the test and found that the majority of them were equipped with subpar units. The 2017 Honda Ridgeline was the only truck to earn a rating of “good.” The large pickup […][click to continue]
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