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2018 Honda Clarity Plug-In Hybrid – First Drive Review 2018 Honda Clarity Plug-In Hybrid – First Drive Review
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2018 Honda Clarity Plug-In Hybrid First Drive: Can a TL;DR Society Embrace the PHEV? 2018 Honda Clarity Plug-In Hybrid First Drive: Can a TL;DR Society Embrace the PHEV?
- “Too long; didn’t read,” abbreviated tl;dr by internet commenters who can’t be bothered to spell out all of four words, could be our new national motto, a reflection of society’s shrinking attention span. Twitter’s generous doubling of its character limit notwithstanding, we live in a...
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2018 Honda Odyssey Elite Review 2018 Honda Odyssey Elite Review
The new Honda Odyssey is designed for families and definitely with parents in mind. Odyssey engineers must have asked families what they wanted because the eight-passenger minivan has been thought out extremely well. Honda has answered the award-winning Chrysler Pacifica by upping its game with the...
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Honda Promises Family-Friendly, High-Tech Features For 2018 Pilot Honda Promises Family-Friendly, High-Tech Features For 2018 Pilot
The 2018 Honda Pilot went on sale this week, billed as the automaker’s “family-friendly, high-tech” vehicle. Honda’s three-row SUV arrives on the heels of some solid recognition, including the 2017 Automotive Best Buy Award from Consumer Guide and a designation from U.S. News &...
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Honda Promises Family-Friendly, High-Tech Features For 2018 Pilot Honda Promises Family-Friendly, High-Tech Features For 2018 Pilot
The 2018 Honda Pilot went on sale this week, billed as the automaker’s “family-friendly, high-tech” vehicle. Honda’s three-row SUV arrives on the heels of some solid recognition, including the 2017 Automotive Best Buy Award from Consumer Guide and a designation from U.S. News &...
Honda Promises Family-Friendly, High-Tech Features For 2018 Pilot »
Honda Promises Family-Friendly, High-Tech Features For 2018 Pilot Honda Promises Family-Friendly, High-Tech Features For 2018 Pilot
The 2018 Honda Pilot went on sale this week, billed as the automaker’s “family-friendly, high-tech” vehicle. Honda’s three-row SUV arrives on the heels of some solid recognition, including the 2017 Automotive Best Buy Award from Consumer Guide and a designation from U.S. News &...
Honda Promises Family-Friendly, High-Tech Features For 2018 Pilot »
Honda Promises Family-Friendly, High-Tech Features For 2018 Pilot Honda Promises Family-Friendly, High-Tech Features For 2018 Pilot
The 2018 Honda Pilot went on sale this week, billed as the automaker’s “family-friendly, high-tech” vehicle. Honda’s three-row SUV arrives on the heels of some solid recognition, including the 2017 Automotive Best Buy Award from Consumer Guide and a designation from U.S. News &...
Honda Promises Family-Friendly, High-Tech Features For 2018 Pilot »
2016 Honda Civic Sedan Long-Term Wrap-Up: We Finish 40K Miles with Honda’s Compact 2016 Honda Civic Sedan Long-Term Wrap-Up: We Finish 40K Miles with Honda’s Compact
- Since the arrival of the Honda Civic nameplate in the United States in 1973, more than ten million of the small cars have provided Americans with efficient and reliable transportation. The Civic’s core mission is not an exciting one, but its success is largely based on its track record as a dependable...
2016 Honda Civic Sedan Long-Term Wrap-Up: We Finish 40K Miles with Honda’s Compact »
2018 10Best Cars – 10Best Cars 2018 10Best Cars – 10Best Cars
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Honda Turns to Facebook to Track Down Owners of Cars with Takata “Grenade” Airbags Honda Turns to Facebook to Track Down Owners of Cars with Takata “Grenade” Airbags
- Thousands of Americans are still driving cars with about a 50 percent chance of an airbag exploding and sending shrapnel into their faces if they get into even a minor accident. It may sound dramatic, but according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), testing has shown that,...
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