The Takata air bag recall has expanded with 2.3 million more cars recalled, bringing the total recalls to more than 26 million vehicles.
Here’s the scoop on the car TV commercials airing during Super Bowl 50 on Sunday.
Honda says that reading and driving do mix with their new program, Honda Road Readers.
The Environmental Protection Agency said its widening its probe into the emissions levels of diesel cars produced by automakers.
Honda will pay $24 million in restitution and change its car loan practices as the result of discrimination against certain borrowers.
This week brings more news about housing and an anniversary for Honda.
Honda has developed three-dimensional, crash-simulation technology with animation software to build safer cars.
The 125th annual Rose Parade will be led by the longest float in its history.
Honda’s Project Drive-In is out to rescue drive-ins from closure as they are forced to switch to digital projection.
That didn’t take long. The aftershocks of the disaster in Japan are beginning to reverberate in the U.S. auto market. American auto dealers selling Japanese brands like Honda and Toyota are cutting incentives on models affected by factory shutdowns in Japan. From the Associated Press: Buyers will typically have to pay sticker prices, instead of enjoying discounts