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Honda Accord Hybrid Review

Driving the 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid Touring to Howard University’s WHUT PBS station for my debut as host of the Vocal Point public affairs show*, I was experiencing a bit of the usual first day jitters. Having had a very hectic day, I was also cutting it close to airtime... Read More

2012 HONDA CR-V EX-L Review

 I have had the sense for a while now that Honda is not doing enough marketing. Perhaps that is by design - "the suits" know better than I - but it seems sort of a shame. Like when you know something wonderful and you want everyone else to know it... Read More

2012 Honda Civic EX

   Ah, the venerable Honda Civic. Back in the Bronze Age`, when I was in college, a quasi-beau owned a yellow one. I really liked the little ride, although I could be conflating my Civic affection with that for said beau.   But that's a digression.   In any case, we're a long way from... Read More

2011 Honda CR-Z

  Honda is well known for building technologically advanced, lightweight, fuel-efficient cars that are fun to drive. Back in 1985, the company introduced the first sporty two-seat economy car, the CR-X. Universally acclaimed for its good looks, great fuel economy and reasonable price, the CR-X was a runaway hit for Honda. For... Read More

2010 Honda Element Dog Friendly Package

It's official, the 2010 Honda Element has gone to the dogs. I’m not a dog owner, but after driving the 2010 Honda Element EX with the “Dog Friendly” accessory package, I’m seriously thinking about heading down to my local animal shelter to adopt a furry, four-legged friend. When I posted the... Read More

2010 Honda Odyssey Touring

Immune to efforts by manufacturers to sex them up, minivans remain the quintessential family car. Combining convenience, versatility, and safety in a unique package, minivans keep owners loyal to the segment. Honda recently unveiled a concept for an upcoming Odyssey redesign at the 2010 Chicago Auto Show but for now,...

Q&A: Honda oil drain plug washers

Edited by Jeff Yip Q. I took my Honda Accord in for an oil change. Later, looking over the bill, I found that they charged me $1 for a washer. Are they nickel-and-diming me? (Or worse, charging me for something they didn't even need?) A. Don't blow your radiator cap. It's a...

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