Honda has finally added a hybrid version to the 2020 CR-V's U.S. lineup, making it the first electrified SUV the brand has offered in America.
There's little doubt that cars of the future will be powered by electricity and drive themselves. Sure, it looks as they will arrive a bit later than some had anticipated, but they are definitely coming, with practically all manufacturers investing heavily on these new technologies.
You can buy some pretty superb used Hondas for $12,000 including the iconic S2000. But, if one of the finest sports cars of its time doesn't float your boat, perhaps this 1991 Honda Accord Wagon will.
The full-size truck segment continues to be dominated by Ford, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and General Motors, but Toyota isn't retreating as the company has announced plans to invest $391 (£313 / €353) million into its San Antonio truck plant.
The United States and Japan are on the verge of entering into an initial trade accord over tariffs, and it appears that vehicles manufactured in the Land of the Rising Sun will not be hit with higher import tariffs.
Mitsubishi is one of the first carmakers to announce a premiere for the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show. The vehicle in question is a small plug-in hybrid SUV, which will be presented to the public between October 25 and November 4 in Japan.
Nissan’s 2020 Pathfinder SUV is now on sale in the U.S. with a starting price of $31,680 for the base-spec Pathfinder S two-wheel drive model, not including the $1,045 destination and handling tax.
UK buyers in the market for the plug-in hybrid version of Mitsubishi’s Outlander can now choose from a revised range that boasts the following six variants: Verve, Design, Dynamic, Dynamic Safety, Exceed and Exceed Safety.
Honda’s 2020 Accord can be had from $23,870 (excluding the $930 destination and handling charge), and features Honda Sensing with Traffic Sign Recognition as standard on all trims. The Accord is also the only mid-size sedan in its class to come with a manual gearbox.