Category: Honda

Honda Sets All-Time Overseas Auto Production Record

Despite production difficulties stemming from the March 11 earthquake in Japan , Honda’s overseas production hasn’t skipped a beat this year. Production in Japan for the fiscal year ending in March experienced a year-on-year increase for the first time in four years.

Honda Automobiles: 2012 Honda Civic EX Sedan

2012 Honda Civic EX Sedan.

Honda Automobiles: 2012 Honda Civic Si Coupe

2012 Honda Civic Si Coupe.

Honda CR-V being investigated for headlights suddenly shutting off

Filed under: Crossover , Honda Driving at night in your Honda CR- V could turn out to be a dark experience. Some owners of 2002-2004 CR-Vs are complaining about issues with their headlights, citing that both low-beams have up and quit at the same time. The issue reportedly stems from an overheating connection which fries the headlight switch and wiring connection

Honda Automobiles: 2012 Honda Civic EX Coupe

2012 Honda Civic EX Coupe.

2011 Fit Leads Honda to Consumer Reports Honors

Honda was once again recognized as one of just two automakers (along with Subaru) that makes the best vehicles overall in the 2011 Consumer Reports “Car Issue,” one of the most trusted third-party sources of automotive quality ratings. A key reason? Cars like the 2011 Honda Fit .

Honda to shift production schedules in North America

Filed under: Japan , Plants/Manufacturing , Acura , Honda 2011 Honda Accord – Click above for high-res image gallery Honda is continuing to adjust its production schedules in the wake of the March 11 earthquake in Japan, and the shuffling will reportedly continue at U.S. plants as well. The plan is to run full production shifts at U.S

Honda Automobiles: 2012 Honda Civic HF Sedan

2012 Honda Civic HF Sedan.

Honda Automobiles: 2012 Honda Civic HF Sedan

2012 Honda Civic HF Sedan.

Automaker incentives sink to five-year low

Filed under: Car Buying , Chrysler , Ford , GM , Honda , Nissan , Toyota Auto sales have been on an upward trajectory for many months, and the latest data shows that cash on the hood isn’t one of the reasons. According to Automotive News , incentive spending was at a five-year low in April, down 14 percent to an average of $2,320 per vehicle.

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