After driving my newly-acquired Honda CR-V for a few weeks, some of the minor issues that I’d either failed to notice or chosen to ignore started to become more apparent. The brakes, for example, really were in terrible need of replacement. The tires, too- 3 different brands made up the 5 tires on the CR-V- […]
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When it was introduced in the late 90s, the original Honda CR-V was an innovative car-based SUV that promised to combine an SUV’s all-weather capabilities and high seating position with a car’s fuel economy. It was a formula that was wildly successful, and which spawned rivals like the Toyota RAV-4, Hyundai Tucson, and- depending on […]
General Motors will offer dual clutch awd on the Cadillac XT5 and new Buick LaCrosse. The system replaces the differential with two electronic clutch packs.
After trying to convince my wife to buy a 20 year old Honda instead of a brand-new Volvo XC90, I ended up selling myself … a 20 year old Honda.
Mercedes’ latest Sprinter based RV offering combines a livable interior with serious off-road gear to deliver a go anywhere, in-nature experience.
The next Prius will be available with all wheel drive, but what about the Prius V? In an alternate universe, this thing is already a sales success!
So you need a bug out vehicle, but you’re on a budget? Check out the first generation Honda CR-V for cheap, capable travel to safety!
The gearheads over at Motor Trend are pretty familiar with cars that go fast, so when they were wowed by the Tesla Model S P85D, we paid listened.
Honda got bad news this week when Swedish magazine Teknikens Värld posted video of the 2015 Honda CR-V utterly failing its all-wheel drive performance test.
What better way to start the week than a ride-along in the new 691 horsepower Tesla Model S P85D supercar?
Ford will bring a new Focus RS with a 2.3 liter EcoBoost engine and all-wheel drive to the US market. How will it stack up against the competition?
Pictures of a new for 2016 Alfa Romeo SUV was recently leaked to Germany’s Auto Bild magazine, and it might be coming to US dealers as early as next year!