NHTSA reports 8th US Death linked to faulty Takata airbag inflator

One more person has died owing to a faulty airbag inflator. This is the eighth US death owing to the inflator, said the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Since April, it is the first reported death and ninth worldwide.

NHTSA has appointed John Buretta, a former official... read more

New 2016 Honda Civic -- the most advanced Civic ever

Bigwig automaker Honda’s newly designed 2016 Civic sedan -- which is the company’s 10th generation Civic model -- is a perfect passenger vehicle; marking the most advanced iteration of the Civic in the model’s 42-year history.

According to reviews, the new 2016 Honda Civic is a pleasant... read more

Honda unveils its completely revamped 2016 Civic

A notably overhauled Honda Civic model – the 2016 Honda Civic – was unveiled by Honda Motor Co in Los Angeles last week. The 2016 Honda Civic model is the tenth-generation Civic boasts entirely new underpinnings which will used in all new Civic models sold across the world.

The 2016 Honda... read more

New 2016 Honda Accord will offer Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as native features

This week, bigwig automaker Honda unveiled its new 2016 model Accord --- the company's first vehicle to boast the incorporation of two competing connected-car platforms: Apple CarPlay and Google's Android Auto.

Introducing the 2016 Accord, Honda said that the new lineup of Accord vehicles... read more

Honda’s US unit confirms eighth death related to defective Takata airbags

On Friday, the US unit of Honda Motor Co confirmed the eighth death linked to defective airbags manufactured by Japanese supplier Takata.

In confirming the eighth fatality related to Takata airbags, Honda said that it was the rupture of a Takata airbag inflator which caused the death of... read more

Honda’s Q4 Profit drops due to recall costs

Japan's third-largest automaker Honda, reported a drop in its net profit for the fiscal fourth quarter.

According to Honda, recall costs and a decline in auto sales in Japan dragged profits down. Quality problems delayed vehicle development and hampered sales.

The air bag recalls... read more

 Honda recalls about 105,000 vehicles

Honda is recalling about 105,000 vehicles because of defect in driver's side air bag inflators, which can explode under too much pressure. Takata-made airbags can explode and could throw metal pieces at passengers. The company recalled some 2008 Pilot, 2004 Civic and 2001 Accord vehicles.

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Honda expands Takata airbag recall to 104,000 more vehicles

In an announcement made on Thursday, American Honda said that the company’s US-wide recall of vehicles equipped with Takata-manufactured airbags is being expanded to include more than 104,000 cars.

The vehicles to which Honda has expanded its Takata-airbag recall are fitted with defective... read more

Honda CEO Takanobu Ito to be replaced by Takahiro Hachigo in a surprise move

Honda Motor Co CEO Takanobu Ito would step down by the end of June, the Japanese automobile giant said on Monday. Ito, 61, will be replaced by managing officer Takahiro Hachigo. Ito has managed the operations of Honda Motor Co for six year and he was under pressure as Honda had to issue multiple... read more

Honda to unveil all-new 2016 Pilot crossover SUV at Chicago Auto Show

Automaker Honda has announced that the third-generation version of its boxy three-row Pilot crossover SUV - the all-new 2016 Pilot - will be unveiled at the 2015 Chicago Auto Show on February 12, 2015.

According to the announcement made by Honda, the 2016 Pilot will be a redesigned... read more

Honda unveils new fuel-cell electric vehicle concept

At the 2105 Detroit Auto Show on Tuesday, Honda unveiled its new fuel-cell electric vehicle (FCV) Concept. Honda described the new FCV Concept as a preview of a production car which is scheduled to hit the road in 2016; in time to challenge the Toyota Mirai.

Introducing its new FCV... read more

NHTSA imposes record $70-million penalty on Honda

The US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has imposed a record $70-million penalty – a total of two penalties of $35 million each – on bigwig Japanese automaker Honda Motor Co.

Announcing the fine imposed on Honda, the NHTSA said that the automaker has been penalized... read more


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