From "What" to "Whoa" in One Model Year
Honda's Ridgeline was a bold new take on the pickup truck when it debuted.
When a minivan just doesn't fit your image, midsize crossover SUVs are ready to serve.
Honda's redesigned 2011 Odyssey enters a minivan segment that's more advanced than ever before.
Honda's 2010 Insight made waves when it first debuted.
Honda's Fit five-door subcompact hatchback is apty named: you'll be surprised at just how much stuff you can fit into the car when the rear seats are folded down.
The CR-Z attempts to fill a U.S. market void few thought existed: the sporty hybrid.
The fact that Honda's CR-V remains a top buy among compact crossover consumers this late in the model's life suggests the automaker has done something right.
Honda struck gold with its 2006-2011 Civic compact lineup, and with the compact segment heating up in the U.S., the automaker decided to play it safe with the 2012 Civic, which marks the car's ninth generation.
Honda doesn't make an Accord wagon . . . except that it does.
The Honda Accord has solidified its position as the second-most popular midsize sedan in the U.S. behind the Toyota Camry, but the competition is becoming more ambitious.
Ford's 2011 Taurus is not a midsize sedan. The idea that a sedan with the Taurus nameplate competes with midsized four-doors like the Toyota Camry and Chevrolet Malibu is actually outdated.
It’s no 1986 Taurus, but the Fusion four-door is making waves in the midsize sedan segment like few Fords in recent years.
The 2011 Ford Fiesta drives right over subcompact car conventions U.S. buyers have come to expect over the last 20 years.
Try to ignore Ford's redesigned 2011 F-350 Super Duty truck and you'll find it just can't be done.