Last month I picked up a collection of parts that claimed to be a 1974 Honda CB125s. Torn apart, top end dissasembled, rotten tires, missing parts, faded paint, torn seat, but somehow an appealing and honest little machine.
The Honda CR-Z has been around since 2011, but unfortunatley it was a flop for Honda. The total sales for the CR-Z from 2011 to March 2015 was 29,254 units. That’s pretty bad, but the main reasons that it sells terribly are: 1.)- nobody bought into the idea of a “sports hybrid”, 2.)- everbody who drove it thought it…
Oppo talk some sense into me, what would you buy?
I remember when I had my TL, another guy I knew had a STI lip on his and it fit perfectly. Been browsing forums and found it’s a very common thing to buy some form or year of STI lip, tweak it just a little, and boom it’ll fit on any Honda/Acura.
My VTEC won’t kick in, yo!
Making one extreme car do it all sounds like an amazing challenge, but winter is a very real thing. So whats the better way to use up your car budget, one car for everything or 2 cars with different purposes?
If this is the “Little Dent on the Tank” just how “flawless” should we really expect this to be mechanically?
I have recently acquired a pretty clean 1997 Honda D15. 95,000 miles. All it needs is a new crank assembly. $150.
On June 4th, 2015 I sold my 1994 Honda Accord EX (cd7) and bought my 2002 Honda S2000. Since then I have unfortunately found minor dings where other people have let their car doors open into my car, and two small scuff marks on my rear bumper from people not being able to parallel park.
I’ve never even seen a 3rd gen coupe before, let alone an SE-i that basically looks brand new. Auto, unsurprisingly, but with a pristine black leather interior. I've never liked a 3rd gen Accord this much...
After yesterday’s Design Detail concerning convertible tops, I was inspired to feature a Used Car Face-Off between three of the purest Japanese roadsters sold in the United States since 2000. With two FR drop tops and one MR, it’s up to you to decide which is worth dropping over $10K on. Here are the options: