Millennials moving to the 'burbs, buying big SUVsAug. 22
Rising China poised to call the shots at Honda nowAug. 19
Honda's rapidly expanding footprint in China spotlights how the world's biggest auto market is pulling focus and resources away from the United States. The Japanese automaker is setting priorities in everything from production to product development.
Honda's name game in ChinaAug. 20
Selling cars from the auto show floorAug. 20
Accord gets the goodies, while Acura waitsAug. 13
Sales drop 7% behind dips at Detroit 3, Nissan, HondaAug. 1
U.S. light-vehicle sales dropped 6.9 percent in July, the weakest showing yet in a year that is on track to generate the industry's first decline in volume since the 2008-09 market collapse. The SAAR dropped to 16.78 million, down more than 1 million from July 2016.
As Silicon Valley talent war erupts, Toyota seeks techies at homeAug. 4
Salaries have soared in Silicon Valley for automotive technology experts thanks to the emergence of Uber and Tesla as serious rivals. That's why Toyota and other Japanese automakers are looking for engineers at home.
N.A. an anchor on Honda earningsAug. 7
Tight supplies hamper Honda truck salesAug. 1
Honda posts profit increase as weak N.A. is offset by Asia demandAug. 1
Honda prepares for electrifying lineupJuly 31
Japan's Big three won't ignore carsJuly 31
Crossovers may be the rage, but Honda, Nissan and Toyota have a long legacy of successful cars in the U.S. market, and each brand is keen to hang on to the considerable volume these segments still bring in every year.