Camry, Accord ready to rumbleNov. 19
The marketing efforts underway at Toyota and Honda aren't just about the horse race or bragging rights. They're about keeping these titans of the midsize car segment — both of them just redesigned for the 2018 model year — relevant in a marketplace where crossovers are king.
Toyota trims planned investment in new Mexico plant to $700 millionOct. 24
Toyota has trimmed investment plans for a pickup factory in Mexico after the Japanese automaker decided to also build a new U.S. auto plant with partner Mazda.
Toyota targets 621-mile driving range with fuel cell conceptOct. 18
Toyota will expand its hydrogen fuel cell reach at the Tokyo Motor Show with a fuel cell city bus it aims to commercialize and a fuel cell passenger vehicle concept.
Why Honda is spending on shrinking segmentOct. 9
Midsize sedan sales may be slipping, but that didn't stop Honda from investing $267 million on Accord production in Ohio.
It's a whole new auto gameOct. 1
Over the last decade, the industry has lurched from an appalling low to record sales heights. Today's market is bigger and truckier, and several top sellers have lost ground to smaller rivals.
Hyundai scratches the hatch in redesigned 2018 AccentSept. 28
Hyundai is hoping to steer hatchback fans in the United States to the higher-margin Kona, a new subcompact crossover due in early 2018.
Acura freshens flagship RLX sedanAug. 10
Acura is giving the RLX a makeover for 2018 to revive interest in its oft-forgotten large sedan.
Limbo is the place for full-size sedansAug. 14
The discussion about the full-size sedan dying has been going on for years.
It's on: Toyota's V-6 vs. Honda's turboJuly 24
Toyota Camry's chief engineer sings the virtues of V-6 power as rival Honda switches to a downsized turbo.
Shifting sands for full-size sedansJuly 24
The Chevy Impala -- one of GM's longest-running and most-recognized names, a car that logged more than 1 million U.S. sales in 1965 -- appears unlikely to survive much longer.
Sedan savior?July 17
The Honda Accord, like its contemporaries, will have an uphill battle in enticing buyers to choose sedans over other segments. Utility vehicles have virtually eliminated the gap in fuel efficiency, cost and ride quality.
Lynk & CO sedan caught testing in GermanyJuly 10
Spy photographers snapped a Lynk & CO 03 sedan being tested in Germany. The car is expected to debut in 2018 in China and come to the U.S. later.