China to scrap foreign ownership caps on automakers by 2022April 17
The move is a major policy shift that will open the market wider to automakers such as Nissan and Tesla. It comes amid a trade standoff between Washington and Beijing, and signals the end of a 1994 rule in the biggest auto market that limits foreign automakers to a 50 percent share of any local venture.
NHTSA seeks information on asphyxiation death in Honda OdysseyApril 13
Honda gets scrappy through Silicon ValleyApril 7
VW bets on Brazil rebound with SUV; Honda remains cautiousApril 4
HONDA: Trucks, Civic continue to provide liftApril 3
Sales rise 6.4% as spring season starts with a bangApril 3
U.S. light-vehicle deliveries, behind higher discounts and fleet shipments, a surge in light-truck demand and an extra weekend of sales, rose 6.4 percent in March, topping expectations as the critical spring-selling season started off with a bang.
Honda to idle Accord output for 11 days over 4 months in OhioMarch 30
Honda cuts back Accord output to reduce inventoryApril 2
California said to be preparing to retaliate if Trump cuts emissions rulesMarch 27
As the Trump administration begins to dismantle Barack Obama's ambitious auto efficiency regulations, California is said to be poised to retaliate by doing something that automakers have feared: de-coupling the state's rules with those set in Washington.
Honda's 2019 Insight expected to be rated at 55 mpg cityMarch 26
Honda cuts U.S. Accord output as sales slip, supplies growMarch 24
Honda dealers seek help on AccordMarch 22
As they meet with Honda's new U.S. executive team this weekend, dealers will likely seek help from the factory to move the redesigned Honda Accord, the venerable and critically acclaimed midsize sedan that no one seems eager to buy these days.