Honda Automobiles: Toshiyuki Okumoto

Toshiyuki Okumoto – Civic Chief Designer.

Honda Odyssey Is KBB.com’s “Gold Standard”

Calling it “the gold standard of minivans,” the automotive experts at Kelley Blue Book ’s KBB.com website recently named the 2011 Honda Odyssey to their “Top 10 Family Cars of 2011” list. The only minivan to make the lineup, the Odyssey won over the KBB.com analysts with a package that’s “designed to please the whole family.” Judging for the honor was based on family-oriented characteristics such as safety, comfort, economy of operation, child-friendliness, a reasonable purchase price and good resale value—all of which come standard on the Odyssey. For the driver, Honda’s family hauler offers both more power and better fuel efficiency than in past years, thanks to its advanced 3.5-liter V6

Toyota’s reputation takes big consumer hit, other automakers recover

Filed under: Etc. , BMW , Ford , Honda , Toyota The auto industry has been through a lot since 2009, but it appears that consumers have a lot more confidence in the industry two years later. Brand and marketing consultancy Prophet polled 4,900 U.S

Honda Automobiles: Jay Guzowski

Jay Guzowski – Civic Senior Product Planner.

Honda Sales Improve In April

Honda sold 124,799 vehicles in the month of April, marketing a 5.7 percent increased compared to the same month last year. Honda has sold 432,777 vehicles year-to-date sales which represents an increase of 14.6 percent

Honda Automobiles: 2011 New York Auto Show Press Conference

2011 New York Auto Show Press Conference.

Honda Automobiles: 2011 New York Auto Show Press Conference

2011 New York Auto Show Press Conference.

Honda Plans To Build Solar Hydrogen Station

Honda has announced its plan to build a solar hydrogen station in the Saitama Prefecture in Japan.

Honda adding 833,000 vehicles to airbag recall

Filed under: Recalls , Safety , Acura , Honda Honda has recalled hundreds of thousands of 2001-2003 Honda and Acura models for airbag issues since 2008, and now the Japanese automaker is re-recalling those vehicles. Honda is inspecting 833,000 vehicles for airbags that deploy with too much pressure, which could lead to metal fragments passing through the airbag cushion material.

Honda adding 833,000 vehicles to airbag recall

Filed under: Recalls , Safety , Acura , Honda Honda has recalled hundreds of thousands of 2001-2003 Honda and Acura models for airbag issues since 2008, and now the Japanese automaker is re-recalling those vehicles.

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