Honda announced Friday that it is voluntarily recalling more than half a million SUVs within the U.S. over a potential defect in the headlight wiring. Meanwhile, a new plant for producing the U.S. version of the automaker’s Fit breaks ground south of the border. CR-V and Pilots recalled The recall affects 2002-2004 CR-V SUVs, as Read on! →


MSNBC reports that Honda Japan will recall nearly 700,000 vehicles worldwide because of a defective engine spring that can cause the engine to stall. The Honda Fit, Freed and City compact car models are affected by the vehicle recall. At this time, no accidents or injuries have been reported that are related to the problem, Read on! →


Car prices are beginning what is predicted to be a prolonged upward climb in the wake of the Japan earthquake, tsunami and nuclear crisis. Factory shutdowns in Japan’s auto industry are disrupting the supply of Japanese-built cars and components for American cars. At the same time, demand for fuel-efficient vehicles is rising and car shoppers Read on! →