Meet the 50 MPG Rated Honda Accord Hybrid

2014 Honda Accord Hybrid

With the first models rolling off the Marysville, Ohio assembly line today, the all-new 2014 Accord Hybrid will carry an EPA fuel economy1 rating of 50 mpg in city driving, making it the new leader in gasoline fuel-economy ratings among 4-door sedans. Set to go on sale at Honda dealerships nationwide later this year, the 2014 Accord Hybrid’s city fuel-economy rating is three miles per gallon higher than the closest segment competitor and its calculated driving range of 673 miles is more than 46 miles3 farther than any vehicle in its segment. Continue reading Meet the 50 MPG Rated Honda Accord Hybrid

Honda at Auto Shanghai 2013

Honda Concept M

Honda today exhibited the world premiere of the Concept M, a concept model of a mass-production vehicle to go on sale next year, at Auto Shanghai 2013 Continue reading Honda at Auto Shanghai 2013

2014 Honda Odyssey Touring Elite

2014 Honda Odyssey Touring Elite

2014 Honda Odyssey Touring Elite® Makes World Debut in New York with Host of Safety Upgrades and Innovations Including HondaVAC™, the First In-Car Vacuum

The segment’s benchmark minivan cleans up with bevy of safety improvements, sleek new styling and intuitive, family-friendly technologies Continue reading 2014 Honda Odyssey Touring Elite

Honda to launch new hydrogen fuel cell vehicle in 2015

Honda will apply what it learned in its fuel cell pilot programs to a mass-market vehicle powered by hydrogen.

Hydrogen fuel cells were once touted as the path to zero-emission motoring, but advances in battery technology made hybrids and battery-powered electric vehicles more practical. Still Honda, which has built two fuel cell vehicles in the past, isn’t giving up on the universe’s most abundant element. It will launch a new fuel cell car in 2015.

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Driveshaft Defect Prompts Recall of 50,000 Honda Civics From 2012

Honda recently informed the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration that it would recall about 50,000 of its 2012 Civics because the vehicles might suddenly lose power.

In a report filed early Wednesday on the safety agency’s Web site, the automaker said the driver’s side driveshaft could become loose while the vehicle was in motion. This could cause a loss of propulsion or, for a model fitted with an automatic transmission, cause a roll-away even when the gear selector was in Park.

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