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
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Subcompact car sales remained relatively the same with the Kia Soul still selling the most out of the pack.
The Soul saw 12,253 sales for August, which is down from 13,157 sales in July or a 6.9 percent decrease, sales figures showed. The Nissan Versa remained in the number two spot with
The Subaru Crosstrek took the August subcompact crossover sales lead as five manufacturers saw double digit decreases in sales over July.
American manufacturers Jeep, Chevy and Buick and Japanese manufacturers Nissan and Mitsubishi had the steepest decline in sales.
The Mitsubishi Outlander Sport and the Nissan Juke had 27.4 percent and 27.1 percent
In what has been a banner year for sales, the all-new Honda Civic again took the monthly compact car sales crown, leading all others in August and extending its overall lead over the Toyota Corolla.
Civic sales were up 2.4 percent over August of 2015, and it led the Corolla by
The Toyota Camry is the best-selling midsize sedan in the country but came in fourth overall behind the top three compact crossovers.
The Camry had nearly 33,000 sales for August, but still couldn't beat out the Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4 and the Nissan Rogue for the monthly lead. Sales were down
It appears that hell may have finally frozen over for car guys.
For the first time since we can remember at TFLcar, the three top selling cars for the month of August are all compact crossovers.
Leading the pack, both in the segment and overall, is the Honda CR-V, which just had its second