Honda has enjoyed success in the US with its Civic and Accord cars, and adds a range of crossover SUVs to its line-up. The company is also the world's largest motorcycle manufacturer; getting its start building motorized bikes in the late 1940s.
Since the 10th generation is now just two model years old, nothing much has changed.
There's nothing new here, except for price hikes.
The CR-V Hybrid has finally made an appearance, as well.
Honda's new CR-V Hybrid arrives as a more efficient option in the compact SUV class. But how does it stack up to the hybrid offerings from Ford and Toyota?
The CR-V's midcycle refresh also includes new standard tech.
The cheapest Accord gets a minor price increase, but top-of-the-line models will cost significantly more.
Finally, Honda has dished out the details on its cutesy electric hatchback.
The four automakers agreed to voluntary emissions regulations with California and the DOJ wants to learn if they violated antitrust laws.