Since usually we feature European wagons here on Used Car Face-Off, I decided to reverse the trend today with three wagons for the American market made by automakers from the Land of the Rising Sun. Born in the nineties, each of these cars has about two to three years between their ages, but which is the best choice?… »
Welcome to Ridiculous Rebadges, a series of articles in which I go through and examine the details and circumstances surrounding some of the more infamous and some of the more esoteric vehicular rebadges throughout automotive history. »
I am in the process of trying to sell my truck. As much as I will miss it at this point I need something more fuel efficient and hopefully to make a little money off of it. Recently I found a 1994 Accord Wagon on Craigslist. (It’s brown!.....sorta) and I am going to take a look at it today. Anything specific to those… »
Just how far have cars come in the past 30 years? That depends who you ask. To some, all of the great, engaging cars have already been built and we’ll never see anything worth driving again. To others, we’re in the Golden Age of accessible performance. »
I've run a Honda Accord Tourer for a week, and it went back today. It's a modern estate car with a diesel engine, automatic gearbox and front wheel drive and costs £30k. And it's the one car that several people said they would actually like to buy. »
I'm currently running a Honda Accord Tourer EX i-DTEC. It's the ultimate car for someone who just wants a car. »
Behold the Admiral Yamamoto II.
Yup, i hand-painted those cream racing stripes myself.
Also, body-color wheel covers FTW!
Ah, youth... »
I didn't really watch it, but just looking at their front fascias next to each other really highlights how similar the Accord's is to the Passat's. I like the Accord coupe, but it still irks me how the sedan's front and rear fascias are really close to the Passat and Genesis (as has been said before). »