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  • Honda admits under-reporting serious U.S. accidents since 2003

    Honda admits under-reporting serious U.S. accidents since 2003
    Honda failed to notify U.S. safety regulators of 1,729 claims of injuries and deaths related to accidents in its vehicles since 2003, the automaker acknowledged on Monday. The Japanese automaker said in a statement that its count of underreported...
  • Air bag anxiety; Will your car kill you?

    Air bag anxiety; Will your car kill you?
    The air bag is a product you want to buy and never see. You don't want to think about it. You just want to know it's there to protect you when you drive. You shouldn't be worried about defects, confused about recalls, or mistrustful of a manufacturer'...
  • Vote for the Cars.com Shoppers' Choice Award

     
    Each year we look at the cars our users search for and contact dealers about the most on Cars.com. Out of all that activity we find the top 10 vehicle nominees for our Shoppers' Choice Award. We then let you,......
  • Yamaha and Honda go head-to-head with track bikes

    Yamaha and Honda go head-to-head with track bikes
    Yamaha and Honda have released images and specs on new track-focused bikes that will pose problems for anyone trying to decide which is better. The announcements come in conjunction with the annual Milan motorcycle show known as EICMA, and in advance of...
  • Recall Alert: 2001-2006 Honda, Acura Vehicles

     
    Vehicles Affected: An unspecified number of model-year 2001-05 Honda Civic cars; 2003-04 Civic compressed natural gas cars and Element crossovers; 2002-05 CR-V crossovers; 2002-04 Odyssey minivans; 2003-05 Accord cars, Pilot crossovers, Civic Hybrid...
  • Automakers push more with less in subcompact crossovers

    Automakers push more with less in subcompact crossovers
    The automotive industry has been trying to do more with less for years. Even though consumers cite fuel efficiency as a top priority, the American market still has a preference for larger vehicles, with sport utility vehicles (SUV) and crossovers (CUV)...
  • Survey: Recalls Influence Car Shoppers

     
    If you're weary of the nonstop recall coverage lately, we don't blame you. It's been an unprecedented year for them. Tallying recalls is a dubious task, given the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's counts a vehicle recall as anything from......
  • The Top 10 Worst Car Redesigns Since 2000

     
    Typically when a car gets redesigned, it gets better. An automaker has likely spent years improving its performance, styling and comfort to make car shoppers take note. A redesigned model can spark sales, and the most successful ones can change......
  • Automakers launching more hydrogen fuel cell vehicles

    Automakers launching more hydrogen fuel cell vehicles
    Concerned about slow sales of electric cars and plug-in hybrids, automakers are increasingly betting the future of green cars on hydrogen fuel cell technology. Even Toyota Motor Corp., maker of the popular Prius gas-electric hybrid, will use hydrogen...
  • Consumer Reports: Car infotainment systems a growing reliability plague

    Multi-function, cross-linked infotainment systems and the associated in-car electronics are a growing reliability plague for many brands, according to Consumer Reports' 2014 Annual Reliability Survey. First-year models from Infiniti, Jeep, Fiat, Ram,...
  • Honda unveils hydrogen fuel cell vehicle FCV Concept

    Honda unveils hydrogen fuel cell vehicle FCV Concept
    Honda has unveiled its FCV Concept fuel cell vehicle in Tokyo that appears closer to a production vehicle. The hydrogen-powered car, shown at an event Monday in Tokyo, will be launched in Japan in March 2016, then in Europe and the United States shortly...