Monthly archives: March, 2014

20 Million Honda Vehicles Built in the US

Back on November 1, 1982, Honda opened the first Japanese auto plant in the US in Marysville Ohio. The first plant made the ever-popular Honda Accord, and recently the 10 millionth US-made Honda Accord rolled off of the assembly line. Not only was it the 10 millionth Honda Accord, but it was the 20 millionth…




Honda Returning to Formula One Racing

When you think about world-class competitive racing, aerodynamic cars and high speeds come to mind, but usually not fuel efficiency. However, Honda is aiming to change that with its return to Formula One racing. Honda has been absent from the F-1 circuit for the past seven seasons. Now, they are set on building more efficient…




7 Tips for Spring Car Maintenance

It’s been a cold, long, cold, hard, cold winter that was pretty darn cold, but wait—is that spring hanging out around the corner? (If it’s just winter incognito, someone’s going to have to teach him a lesson.) With the warmer air, incessant rain, and varying road conditions of spring, it’s important to perform some basic…




Honda Civic Type R Concept Wowing Geneva

When you think of a Honda Civic, you undoubtedly think of words like ‘family-friendly’, ‘sturdy’, ‘reliable’, and, of course, ‘value’. But you certainly don’t think of words like ‘futuristic’ and ‘sports car’ -until now. Introducing the Honda Civic Type R Concept car, currently on display at the Geneva Motor Show. It is a low-riding prototype…




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