Honda Motor Co. is well-known as a global manufacturer of world-beating motorcycles, for its participation in both IndyCar and F1 Racing, and for its commitment to building cars that are both dynamic and friendly to the environment. Honda is now the eighth-largest vehicle manufacturer in the world, and a highly respected brand in the Australian market.
Here it holds just under four percent of vehicle sales with a relatively small range of stylish, fun-to-own small cars - like the City, Jazz and Civic - desirable SUVs, the CR-V and funky HR-V, and the refined and well-featured mid-size Accord and Accord Sport Hybrid.
Honda also offers the spacious and family-friendly Odyssey MPV, which is both versatile and a dynamic drive.
Update: current diesel models to continue into second half of 2015.
British supercar specialist McLaren won’t be teaming up with Honda on its next road car project, despite rumours earlier this year saying the...
Honda has unveiled a new FCV Concept in Japan as a preview to the carmaker's next hydrogen-powered model.
Nissan has recalled its Micra city car this week, with the model becoming the latest to join the long list from the Takata airbag saga.
Honda has at last revealed its next-generation Legend sedan, after hinting at its coming in a related technology announcement last month.
Reports in recent months have hinted at a successor to Honda’s fan-favourite S2000, this time with a coupe body and a turbocharged heart.
Honda has confirmed that its compact new HR-V SUV will be offered exclusively with a 1.8 litre petrol engine when it hits Australia in February.
Honda’s coming NSX has been spied testing again this week in what is likely to be the final leg of the new coupe’s prototype testing.
All-new Acura RLX-based Legend confirmed for 2014 unveiling Honda Sensing driver-assistance system to headline new technologies Honda has...
Honda has revealed this week that its premium Accord Euro sedan will be discontinued globally in 2015, with no direct replacement planned.