Revealed: Honda E-Bike

The Honda e-bike promises to bring innovation and expertise from its motorcycle business to the burgeoning electric bicycle sector.

By Justin Cornelison | November 10, 2023
Electric S2000: Honda’s 75th Anniversary Surprise

It seems Honda is eager to capitalize on their 75th birthday by venturing into the EV sports car arena with an electric S2000.

By Justin Cornelison | July 27, 2023
Honda Eager to Keep Manual Transmission

Honda isn’t quite ready to give up on stick shifts for good, but the company is realistic about how the dawning EV era likely spells the end of the manual transmission as we know it.

By Justin Cornelison | November 02, 2022
Honda Sensing® Technology & How It Keeps You Safe

All Honda models come standard with Honda Sensing® — a suite of advanced safety and driver-assistive technologies that help you avoid accidents and stay safe on the road.

By Guest Contributor | October 28, 2022
Honda Fully Unveils 2024 Prologue, Its First-Ever Electric SUV

Honda has pulled the wraps off its much anticipated 2024 Prologue, the company’s first-ever electric SUV.

By Guest Contributor | October 21, 2022
Review: 2020 Honda Civic Type R Touring — Pulse-Raising Precision And Power

Who doesn’t love a hot hatch? Take a small economy car with great utility, add some nice turbocharged power, sporty handling, and an aggressive baritone exhaust tone, and it’s almost guaranteed we enthusiasts will get a kick out of it. Do the specs match the price tag and bodywork? Our initial thought about the Honda Civic Type R pre-testing, and after driving such wildly-fun new hot hatches as the Hyundai Veloster N, was, is it really worth the premium over the Veloster N when they’re pretty close in power, weight, lap times, and even TCR racing podiums?

By Peter Nelson | October 01, 2020
Review: 2020 Honda Civic Si HPT Coupe — Does It Live Up To The Si Badge?

Does this latest 10th generation, 2020 Honda Civic Si 2-Door Coupe live up to the legendary Si badge? We think so.

By Peter Nelson | August 07, 2020
Honda Announces New Turn-Key Type R For TC America’s TC Class

Proving their deep commitment to touring car racing, Honda recently announced a new turn-key version of their Civic Type R to compete in the SRO TC America TC class.

By Peter Nelson | January 07, 2020
Video: Honda Civic Hatchback Track Battle At VIR

Check out how it all goes down when two friends with Civic hatches that are a generation apart, with similar engine swaps, and similar suspension and tire mods, decide to have a friendly competition on track.

By Peter Nelson | January 07, 2020
Video: 2019 Honda Civic Type R – POV Sunrise Drive

How does the 2019 Civic Type R drive just on the street, and not the racetrack? Follow along as Tedward gives us a glimpse of the big turbo hatch’s daily-able manners.

By Winding Road Staff | October 05, 2019
Video: POV Drive Of A 2019 Honda Civic Type R

Wear headphones! The audio in this video was recorded with in-ear binaural microphones. With headphones or earbuds on, you’ll feel like you’re actually sitting in the driver’s seat.

By Chris Amos | September 14, 2019
Video: EP3 Honda Civic Si: Why the Suspension Sucks and How to Fix It!

We really dig this video by MotoIQ on fixing the under-appreciated EP3 Honda Civic Si’s suspension.

By Peter Nelson | August 22, 2019
Video: POV Drive Of A 2019 Honda Accord 2.0T Sport 6-Speed Manual

Wear headphones! The audio in this video was recorded with in-ear binaural microphones. With headphones or earbuds on, you’ll feel like you’re actually sitting in the driver’s seat.

By Winding Road Staff | June 28, 2019
Video: Honda Does Lime Rock Park

In this video we see Michael Choueiri drive his TT5 Honda S2000 at Lime Rock Park in NASA competition. Lime Rock Park, dating from 1956,…

By Guest Contributor | September 25, 2018
Driven: 2015 Honda CR-Z HPD Supercharged

When the CR-Z launched in 2010, Honda proposed that the car could trace its lineage back to the beloved CR-X, a diminutive 1980s era hatch that befitted from simple design and very light weight – under one ton in some configurations – which equated to spirited performance and nimble handling combined with excellent fuel economy and a low price tag.

By Bradley Iger | May 22, 2015
CycleKarts: Vintage Racing For The Rest Of Us

And now for something different, but not completely different because it is part of a well-known theme: CycleKarts. CycleKarts fit somewhat neatly into the theme of low-cost racing, a theme that has been a constant refrain since at least the post-war period when racers wanted to race, but few had money. Relatively inexpensive sports cars (a new Austin-Healey Sprite sold for $1975 in 1959) became popular during that period, as did sports car clubs, which were mostly volunteer organizations set up to allow racers to race. In recent times, we’ve had karting and LeMons and ChumpCar World Series and other efforts to make road racing more attainable.

By Tom Martin | May 04, 2015
Rumors: Honda Civic Type R Coming to the US

For many years now, Honda enthusiasts stateside have had to watch from the sidelines as European buyers hooned around the countryside in the hot-blooded Civic Type R while we had to make do with the Si model as the sportiest iteration available. That might be about to change.

By Bradley Iger | December 15, 2014
WR TV: 2015 Honda Fit

Honda’s venerable hatchback sees big changes for 2015. How big? How about a new platform, new engine and transmissions, and a new look. The new 5-door is 1.6 inches shorter than the outgoing model, but also weighs in at 100 pounds more, due to more substantial use of high-strength steel in its construction, which provides significantly bolstered chassis rigidity for added safety and improved handling. Despite its shrinking dimensions, the Fit’s new platform actually expands on both front and rear passenger space dramatically.

By Winding Road Staff | September 17, 2014
Update: Honda CR-Z Gets a Shot in the Arm with HPD Supercharger

When the Honda CR-Z was first announced, it generated more excitement than your typical hybrid. Its form recalled the simple, light and sporty form of the Honda CRX, and it promised the seemingly impossible combination of offering both performance and fuel economy. It was intriguing. Unfortunately, when the CR-Z landed it only made 130 horsepower and its fuel economy ratings fell well short of other hybrids, and its resemblance to the 80s hot hatch icon only ended beyond the sheetmetal. But Honda Performance Development looks to be remedying at least one of those issues with a factory-backed supercharger kit which is now available for 2013 and 2014 models equipped with the six-speed manual transmission, which offers a potent horsepower increase of more than 50 percent over a stock CR-Z.

By Bradley Iger | August 26, 2014
Rumor: Near-Production 2016 Acura NSX Spotted at Nurburgring, Appears To Require More Testing

Production time frames for the introduction of the new Acura NSX have been vague, but rumors had been circulating earlier this year that a production-based test mule might was expected to make an appearance at Goodwood last month, but those speculations never became a reality. This week, spy photographers at Nurburgring caught a glimpse of an NSX prototype lapping the ‘Ring in what appeared to be near-production form, reigniting hopes that the hybrid supercar might soon break cover. Unfortunately, events seen today at the track seem to indicate that the NSX might not be quite ready for primetime just yet.

By Bradley Iger | July 24, 2014
WR TV: 2014 Honda Civic Si Coupe

This week, multimedia editor Chris Amos takes a spin in Honda’s refreshed Civic Si Coupe, the sport-tuned variation of the Japanese automaker’s bread-and-butter compact.

By Winding Road Staff | June 30, 2014


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