As we reported yesterday, consumers are choosing to buy a new Honda less frequently than has historically been the case.
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The controversial cell phone suggested recently by the National Transportation Safety Board has an unlikely detractor: Ray LaHood.
Honda is looking to introduce a smaller crossover to slot underneath the CR-V in its crossover lineup.
The world's most populous nation and home to the "One Child Policy," is apparently growing a taste for large, bulky SUVs.