There's lots of talk about natural gas these days, with increased demand for the cheaper, cleaner fuel.
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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.
Sitting quietly at the Honda display at this year's Frankfurt Auto Show will be the 2012 Honda Insight hybrid.
Sales were up for most Japanese automakers in September, but Toyota and Honda were still down, despite growing signs of hope.