Honda Civic Steering Under NHTSA Spotlight

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is taking a look at 2022 and 2023 Honda Civics over steering issues.

Specifically, so-called "sticky steering".

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Honda Recalling 450,000 Vehicles Over Seat-Belt Defect

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has issued a notice that nearly 450,000 Honda and Acura models are being recalled over seat-belt latches that may malfunction. 

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Video of the Week: Honda CR-V Hybrid Racer

The IndyCar season starts this weekend in St. Petersburg, Florida, and Honda is previewing the hybrid tech we'll see in the series in 2024 with a CR-V-based race vehicle.

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Honda Closing "Secret" Museum To Renovate Larger Space for Public Access

It’s hard to keep anything a secret these days, especially when it comes to car nerds on the internet. Honda’s “super secret” museum at its Torrence, CA headquarters is a poorly-kept secret, but regardless of its visibility, it appears the spot is closing at the end of the month. 

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TTAC Podcast: Talking Mazda and More

Time for yet more shameless self-promotion! The latest episode of our podcast is now live. On it, we discuss the Mazda CX-90, EV pricing, and Honda's fuel-cell strategy.

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Honda is STILL Recalling Takata Airbags, NHTSA Issues Stop Drive Notice

The Takata airbag fiasco appears to be a never-ending struggle with Honda recently having to issue a stop-drive notice on roughly 8,200 automobiles manufactured about 20 years ago. Due to the massive scale of the Takata airbag recalls, there are still more than a few units out there that have yet to be replaced. Though it seems like those in possession of these dangerous inflators had to have been living under a rock to have missed any mention of what turned out to be the largest recall campaign in automotive history.

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Honda's Ditching VTEC in Its New 3.5L V6 Engine

There are some obscure facts that only hardcore auto enthusiasts get, but VTEC is almost universal. As evidenced by the number of memes and videos of people pretending to be blown away by “VTEC kicking in.” Unfortunately, Honda’s ditching VTEC, at least on its 3.5-liter V6.

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Used Car of the Day: 1988 Honda CRX DX

Yes, it's true -- there are still Honda CRXs out there.

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Australian Honda Civic Type R First-Year Allocation Sold Out in Less Than a Day

Things are slowly starting to normalize in the new car market as automakers regain footing after a brutal few years of supply chain disruptions and a pandemic. But while it might be getting easier to buy a new car, desirable new cars are a different story. Some dealers take reservations, some don’t, and most add thousands to the bottom line on cars like the Toyota GR Corolla and Honda Civic Type R as demand far outstrips supply. As it turns out, the situation is the same everywhere, including Australia, where Honda dealers say the Civic Type R’s first-year allocation has sold out in less than 24 hours.

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Afeela Disturbance in the Force: Sony Honda Mobility Unveils New Prototype at CES

We’ve been hearing about a supposed Honda-Sony EV project for a long time, but it finally appears there’s something real to talk about. The duo used CES 2023 as the launchpad for their new EV prototype, dubbed Afeela. 

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The New Honda Accord Hits Dealers This Month

The Honda Accord and Toyota Camry are old rivals, but the Honda recently got an overhaul for 2023, giving it an edge over its aging competitor. Honda debuted the car late in 2022 and now says the new Accord is hitting dealers’ lots. 

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Honda Used VR to Design the Prologue and Pilot TrailSport

It’s easy to pile on with criticism of the metaverse and Mark Zuckerberg’s ridiculous virtual reality fantasies, but there are plenty of practical uses for the technology. Honda used VR to continue pushing forward with vehicle design during the pandemic. 

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TTAC Rewind: 2013 Honda Accord EX

Spend your Sunday evening gazing upon the words of Alex Dykes as he reviews the 2013 Honda Accord EX.

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Study: Tesla Conquests Come From Honda, Toyota

A new study shows that a lot of Tesla buyers are coming to the brand from Honda and Toyota.

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Honda Thinks Sensing Updates Will Halve Fatal Car Accidents By 2030

Honda is chanting the mantra in which the automotive industry magically delivers “a collision-free society” by leveraging the latest technology. Though this is hardly a novel marketing strategy, even for Honda, and one that predictably requires you to be patient because the company says it won’t be arriving as standard equipment until 2030.

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