In December, Honda announced it was going to introduce a four-cylinder model of the Crosstour crossover wagon. The Accord-based wagon is now available with a smaller motor and a smaller price to boot. Dismal sales prompt economy option Prior to December 2011, Honda’s Accord-based crossover utility vehicle or CUV, the Crosstour, had been selling but Read on! →

Electronic, self-extending antennas look fancy. Unfortunately, these telescoping car radio antennas are prone to breakage, for example when your car goes through a car wash with the antenna extended. Knowing how to repair a retractable antenna is useful in these circumstances. Step No. 1 – Remove the broken pieces of your car antenna The first Read on! →

Americans have been steadily gaining weight over the last 50 years. That is not news, and the personal cost of carrying too much weight is well-documented. But in addition to an increased risk of diabetes, hypertension, stroke and heart disease, a recent article pinpoints another cost: obese motorists consume more gasoline. With fuel costs hovering Read on! →

When you mash down on the accelerator of your little deuce coup, you expect to feel the all power your car’s engine has at its disposal. An internal combustion engine needs just the right spark for optimum performance, and that spark comes from your engine’s spark plugs. Located inside the piston cylinder, spark plugs draw Read on! →

Honda has unleashed its own electric vehicle, the Fit EV, an electric version of the Fit compact sedan. To help spur sales, the company wants to give people an incentive to buying the Honda Fit EV, free insurance. With six of the Honda Fit EV, free insurance also comes with egg roll Honda is releasing Read on! →

It’s expensive enough just to keep your car in gas these days, and a costly and unexpected repair can really hurt a person’s finances. Sometimes it can make you go broke. The most costly repairs are generally not covered by auto insurance, except in the case of an accident. But there are simple things one Read on! →

Until now, anyone who uses a wheelchair or mobility device has been faced with a tough choice when it comes to driving. Getting an accessible vehicle means buying an after-market conversion car or buying a conversion kit. The Vehicle Production Group announced today that its MV-1, a vehicle built to comply with the Americans with Read on! →

Since “infotainment” consoles became a thing, tech giants are getting into cars, such as Google’s Android Auto, a version of the Android OS for cars. This begs the question if my car will also crash if someone sends me an MMS, despite how much I paid for the damn thing and was assured it was Read on! →

The EV Project, managed by the firm ECOtality, has announced that it will now provide free Blink smart charging stations for green motorists and firms in Atlanta, Chicago and Philadelphia. The EV Project The United States has been slow in adopting plug-in electric and hybrid vehicles as a method of cutting down on harmful vehicle Read on! →

Timing belts and timing chains are kind of like gravity, in an odd way; for the most part you never see or hear them, but things wouldn’t work without them. It’s one of the most vital pieces of an engine and as such, the unaware should be made aware. Timing belts vs timing chains Some Read on! →