HONDA: New November record posted with 6.5% boostThu, 01, Dec 2016
Honda prices retooled 2017 CR-V from $24,925Wed, 30, Nov 2016
Honda's redesigned 2017 CR-V will go on sale next month with a price tag remarkably similar to the outgoing model. The fifth-generation CR-V will hit dealers on December 21 with a starting price of $24,925 for the base LX model, a $200 increase over the older 2016 version.
Record Nov. U.S. sales predicted amid big holiday promotionsMon, 28, Nov 2016
U.S. auto sales are on pace for the strongest November ever, four forecasters say, breaking the industry's streak of three consecutive monthly declines and keeping open the possibility that 2016 can squeak ahead of last year's record.
John MendelMon, 28, Nov 2016
Crossover segment fragmenting, not just expandingMon, 21, Nov 2016
Consumers swapping out their sedans, wagons and coupes are demanding equal diversity from their crossovers and SUVs, fueling an influx of new and redesigned models that continue to expand the definition of the modern utility vehicle.
Honda to stick with N.A. production plans for now, CEO saysMon, 21, Nov 2016
Honda will stick with its North American production plans as it waits to see if U.S. President-elect Donald Trump will follow through on a campaign pledge to dump the North American Free Trade Agreement when he takes office, the automaker's CEO said today.
Honda's Mendel on World Congress rosterMon, 21, Nov 2016
Honda to sponsor NHL's All-Star Game for 3rd year in a rowThu, 17, Nov 2016
Honda Civic powers up with Si packageTue, 15, Nov 2016
The march of the Civics continued Tuesday with Honda revealing a prototype of its latest variant headed to production, the enthusiast-minded Civic Si, on the eve of the L.A. auto show. The concept is a coupe, though the production Si will be available as a coupe or a sedan when it goes on sale in the first half of next year.
Honda shifts N.A. ouput, mix to make more crossoversThu, 10, Nov 2016
Honda is shifting around its North American vehicle production mix and may raise imports from Japan to squeeze out more crossovers as it struggles to keep up with strong U.S. demand for larger models -- a factor which has prompted the automaker to trim its annual sales forecast.