It all started back in 1982 when Honda began assembling vehicles in the United States, when Honda became the first Japanese automaker to build its vehicles on American soil.
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For fans of large-schnozed pseudo-coupe people movers, the Honda Crosstour now comes with a smaller engine, and a lower price: $27,655, for the well-equipped EX model.
Honda is introducing a new active-safety system called City-Brake, which is designed to help avoid low-speed accidents.
The world's most populous nation and home to the "One Child Policy," is apparently growing a taste for large, bulky SUVs.