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  • How Japan's Earthquake Impacts Car Shoppers

     
    As Japan begins to recover from the tragic earthquake and tsunami of last week, there are many questions for U.S. consumers when it comes to one of the country???s chief exports: cars. All of Japan???s automakers are shutting down their......
  • 2011 motorcycle sales increase after two years of declines

     
    Motorcycle manufacturers have finally ended their two-year sales slump. Purchases of on-highway motorcycles increased 7% in the first quarter of 2011 versus the same quarter a year earlier, according to a report released Wednesday by the Motorcycle...
  • Torrance Shell station adds hydrogen fuel pump

     
    Vehicles powered by hydrogen won't be sold to the public until 2015, but consumers' willingness to buy them is largely dependent on what's happening right now: the build-out of hydrogen stations to fuel them. On Tuesday, a Shell station in......
  • UF’s Kelsey Bruder wins Honda Sports Award as nation’s top softball player

     
    Kelsey Bruder had already been deemed the top player in the conference. Now the Florida senior has been named the top softball player in the country. Bruder won the 2011 Honda Sports Award, it was announced Tuesday, after a national balloting among 1,...
  • Honda to build small cars in Mexico

     
    Honda plans to spend $800 million building a new automobile plant in Mexico for fuel-efficient subcompact vehicles such as the Fit. Cars coming out of the factory, which is expected to begin operation in 2014, will be sold in the......
  • Honda plans big recall of Pilot sport utility vehicle

     
    Faulty seatbelts spark big Honda Pilot recall....
  • Japan quake's effect on automakers unlikely to be felt soon in U.S.

    Japan quake's effect on automakers unlikely to be felt soon in U.S.
    The massive earthquake in Japan will disrupt auto production in the beleaguered nation, but exactly how long it will last is uncertain. A key factor still to be determined is whether the Japanese ports from which the auto companies ship vehicles and...
  • Japan quake likely to affect business globally

    Japan quake likely to affect business globally
    With the scale of the disaster in Japan still being measured, concerns are growing that last week's earthquake and tsunami could lead to a long-term disruption in the world's supply of automobiles, consumer electronics and machine tools. Japan is the...
  • Fuel Leak Fears Prompt Honda Civic Recall

    Fuel Leak Fears Prompt Honda Civic Recall
    DETROIT -- Honda Motor Co is recalling about 21,700 of its current-model compact Honda Civic cars due to the possibility that fuel will leak in a roll-over crash, the company and U.S. regulators said on Thursday. "If a vehicle is involved in a roll-...
  • With B-Class F-Cell, Mercedes rolls out an impressive steppingstone

    With B-Class F-Cell, Mercedes rolls out an impressive steppingstone
    The only Mercedes hatchback on the U.S. market, the 2011 B-Class F-Cell, wouldn't be recognizable as a Benz if it weren't for its premium badge. Its small, pragmatic silhouette is more Japanese than German. But the B-Class F-Cell is more notable for...
  • After 121 Years, The Rose Parade is Changing its Name

    After 121 Years, The Rose Parade is Changing its Name
    PASADENA, Calif. -- For the first time in its 122 year history the Tournament of Roses Parade will have a new name. Parade organizers announced the 2011 version of the New Year's Day spectacular will be officially known as the 122nd Rose Parade,...