Honda recently released a sketch of the forthcoming WR-V crossover in advance of its unveiling at the Sao Paulo International Auto Show in Brazil, but could the South America-only crossover work in the States?
The car, which was designed by Honda R&D Brazil specifically for the South American market, is a small
As we should all have noticed by now, the crossover and SUV segments are on fire in the US. So, it should be no surprise that there is quite a good bit of competition going on between brands. As capitalism will tell us, this is a good thing because it
There can be no doubt TFL editors are crazy about pickup trucks, in fact we are all Truck Nuts. That's why a Redneck and a Russian partnered up to write TFL's comprehensive and fun complete guide to trucks. Andre Smirnov and Kent Sundling are an unlike truckin' duo and yet
It should be common knowledge at this point that the manual transmission is slowly becoming a thing of the past. Automatics are more efficient and faster than any human could realistically hope to be, which doesn't help the fact that we Americans are already, by and large, too lazy to
Now that all of the new products and concept cars have been unveiled at the 2016 Paris Motor Show, it's time to sit back and take a look at which ones were the most important.
TFL looked at all of them and determined which ones were the most influential, the most
Honda was arguably one of the most dominant car manufacturers of the 1990's. Their cars were fun and affordable, and remain some of the best bargain sports cars to date, cars like the S2000, the NSX, and even many variations of sporty Civics. However, in the mid 2000's it felt like
The wait is over. For the first time in 14 years, buyers in North America will be able to buy a Honda Civic hatchback.
Honda decided to bring back the hatchback as part of the 2017 Civic family for North American customers at a starting price of $19,700 for the LX with
Buyers looking for a new Honda Fit can get the base model for slightly more than the current year’s model.
The new 2017 Fit LX six speed manual transmission base model will cost $15,990 or about $100 more than 2016’s base. The Fit will also come in two other trim levels