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Report: Honda rumored to give 2015 CR-V a CVT transmission this Sept.

Rumors via AutoGuide and Temple of VTEC suggest that Honda will be equipping the 2015 CR-V with a new CVT or Continuously Variable Transmission for the 2015 model year. The CR-V will be powered by a Honda “Earth Dreams” four-banger engine as it gets refreshed for the mid-cycle. Expect revised and upgraded styling as well as minor […]

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Report: Honda, Toyota, Nissan, Mazda all recalling 3.4 million vehicles total due to airbag supplier Takata Corp.

Reuters on behalf of AutomotiveNews has learned that Toyota, Nissan, Mazda, and Honda have issued a massive recall for nearly 3.4 million vehicles due to airbag supplier Takata Corp. The models seem affected seem to involve ones made in the early to mid 2000s. Toyota is recalling 1.73 million cars made in between November 2000 […]

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Honda teases new Civic wagon concept for Europe, Acura NSX Concept to appear at Geneva

Honda has just revealed a teaser for its lineup of cars debuting at this year’s Geneva Motor Show. The newest debut will be a concept for the next generation Civic wagon, while the newly updated Acura NSX Concept will also have its first viewing in Geneva. Accompanying those two is the new Honda CR-V, which […]

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Top 10 best selling cars of 2012, Ford F-Series tops the list

Wondering what the top-selling cars were for 2012? The guys over at Cars.com put together a list of all the cars that were the top sellers last year. Top 10 Best-Selling Cars of 2012: Ford F-Series. Chevrolet Silverado. Toyota Camry. Honda Accord. Honda Civic. Nissan Altima. Ram Pickups. Toyota Corolla. Honda CR-V. Ford Escape. – […]

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Subaru uses power of Google ads to lure CR-V buyers towards the Forester

In an attempt to reduce summer inventory of the aging Forester crossover, Subaru used some very clever Google ad campaigns to lure Honda CR-V buyers into their competing model. Basically, every time a shopper went looking for a CR-V, Subaru ran a paid search on Google that would bring them to a page for the […]

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2013 Acura ILX and 2012 Honda CR-V recalled for “doors opening unexpectedly”

Honda has recently noted an issue that will result in the automaker, in the middle of next month, to issue a voluntary recall on the 2012 Honda CR-V crossover and the 2013 Acura ILX sedan for a problem with the front door latches. Check out more news on the Acura ILX. The recall totals 170,000 vehicles […]

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Honda CR-V beats Mazda CX-5 in small CUV test

The new 2013 Honda CR-V narrowly topped the new Mazda CX-5 in Consumer Reports’ latest head-to-head small SUV shootout. Consumer Reports says that both the CR-V and the new CX-5 are very similar on paper but the Honda (CR-V EX) is a more family-friendly SUV, with a large backseat, easy access, lots of cargo space, […]

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2012 Honda CR-V price starts at $22,295

Honda has finally announced the pricing details on the 2012 CR-V crossover, which is making its way to dealerships as we write this. Pricing for the 2012 Honda CR-V will start at $22,295 for the base CR-V LX 2WD to $28,295 for the top-of-the-line CR-V EX-L AWD (pricing does not include destination and handling charge of $810 […]

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2014 Honda Accord Plug-in Hybrid Top Stories

ZipCar to add Honda Insight, Fit EV and Accord plug-in hybrid to its lineup

Honda and Zipcar announced today that the Japanese automaker will be adding a couple of hybrid and electric-vehicles to Zipcar’s car-sharing service. “The agreement will give Zipcar members access to Honda’s most technologically advanced, lowest emission vehicles, making an already transformational service even more sustainable,” ZipCar said in a statement. The agreement will bring the […]

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European Honda CR-V Concept to debut in Geneva

The Honda CR-V Prototype is already on sale in the United States, but Honda is just preparing to release the new-generation crossover to the European market. Changes from last generation to this one include a bolder front fascia, which varies slightly from the U.S. version, a stronger stance, and more pronounced body lines. The front […]

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