By on June 24, 2010

Hybrids are flying off the lots in Japan, with Toyota’s Prius leading the charts for the 12th month in a row. Before, that spot was taken by another hybrid, the Honda Insight. In the Battle of the Hybrids, Honda introduces a fighter that hits below the belt, at the wallet: Honda will launch a hybrid in Japan that will cost around $17,000 in today’s dollars, “making it the most affordable hybrid in Japan,” The Nikkei [sub] says. The Nikkei sees a hybrid price war erupting in Japan. (Read More…)

Recent Comments

  • rocketrodeo: There were some cool, interesting, forward-looking cars in 1962, mostly coming out of GM, like the...
  • TwoBelugas: all reminders why the CamCorXimas took over the midsize market starting in the early 90s. It was just too...
  • -Nate: “Yup. 1982. All of it.” . Well ; I’ve told a few stories about my psycho-b*tch ex G.F. here,...
  • RobertRyan: Maybe they could drop the engine into the Amarok as a sort of Volkswagen Special Vehicles version. Might...
  • rocketrodeo: Those of you who think that the Malaise Era represented the worst of automotive Americana have obviously...

New Car Research

Get a Free Dealer Quote

Staff