Honda – Automobile Magazine http://www.automobilemag.com No Boring Cars! | Reviews, Auto Shows, Lifestyle Fri, 26 Aug 2016 20:01:19 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.5.3 New Honda Patent Reveals Transmission With Three Clutches, 11 Gears http://www.automobilemag.com/news/new-honda-patent-reveals-gearbox-three-clutches-11-gears/ http://www.automobilemag.com/news/new-honda-patent-reveals-gearbox-three-clutches-11-gears/#respond Fri, 26 Aug 2016 20:00:27 +0000 http://www.automobilemag.com/?p=983366 Apparently Honda isn’t done pushing the boundaries when it comes to transmission technology. The automaker already has a unique eight-speed dual-clutch automatic with a torque converter and a new nine-speed auto (albeit sourced from ZF), but AutoGuide recently dug up a patent filed by Honda detailing a triple-clutch, 11-speed automatic transmission. Honda submitted the patent to...

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Apparently Honda isn’t done pushing the boundaries when it comes to transmission technology. The automaker already has a unique eight-speed dual-clutch automatic with a torque converter and a new nine-speed auto (albeit sourced from ZF), but AutoGuide recently dug up a patent filed by Honda detailing a triple-clutch, 11-speed automatic transmission.

Honda submitted the patent to the Japan Patent Office back in May, but the link is currently broken or has been taken down. But according to AutoGuide¸ the patent’s description claims the addition of a third clutch would decrease the loss of torque experienced between gear shifts in dual-clutch gearboxes. The triple-clutch unit would also allow “speed change to be more effectively restricted and a speed change response to be increased.” Since the description was translated from Japanese, we assume it means even quicker gear shifts compared to dual-clutch units.

Autocar followed up on the patent and spoke to a Honda insider who confirmed the patent filing. However, the insider said the automaker currently has no plans to approve the triple-clutch gearbox for production. The unnamed source expressed doubts that it would be used in any of Honda’s new models on the horizon, including the next-gen CR-V.

The automaker currently uses dual-clutch automatics in a number of models including the Acura TLX sedan and NSX supercar. It has also increased its usage of continuously variable transmissions in vehicles like the 2016 Honda Civic and Accord.

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2017 Honda Civic Hatchback Gets 1.5-Liter Turbo for U .S. http://www.automobilemag.com/news/2017-honda-civic-hatchback-gets-single-engine-option-u-s/ http://www.automobilemag.com/news/2017-honda-civic-hatchback-gets-single-engine-option-u-s/#respond Mon, 15 Aug 2016 20:00:27 +0000 http://www.automobilemag.com/?p=977766 A few days after an enthusiast forum dropped images of the new Civic Hatchback, Honda is releasing official details about the model. The 2017 Honda Civic Hatchback arrives in U.S. dealerships this fall, and it will receive a single engine option unlike its sedan and coupe siblings. Buyers choose between five trims – LX, Sport,...

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A few days after an enthusiast forum dropped images of the new Civic Hatchback, Honda is releasing official details about the model. The 2017 Honda Civic Hatchback arrives in U.S. dealerships this fall, and it will receive a single engine option unlike its sedan and coupe siblings.

Buyers choose between five trims – LX, Sport, EX, EX-L, and Sport Touring. All Honda Civic hatchbacks sold in the U.S. will pack a 1.5-liter turbocharged engine. On most models, the engine is tuned to make 174 hp and 162 lb-ft of torque, matching the standard Civic. Sport and Sport Touring grades, which feature a high-flow center-mounted exhaust, deliver 180 hp.

2017 Honda Civic Hatchback Front Three Quarters

Honda expects its Civic hatchback to top out at 31/40 mpg city/highway when equipped with the CVT transmission. That’s slightly below the 31/42 mpg rating for the 2016 Honda Civic sedan with the 1.5-liter turbo. LX, Sport, and EX trims are available with a six-speed manual.

Although we don’t yet know all the details, Civic hatches will offer the gamut of Honda Sensing features, including collision mitigation braking, forward collision warning, lane keeping assist, road departure mitigation, lane departure warning, and adaptive cruise control with low-speed follow. Other features to look for include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration, heated front seats, remote engine start, and power driver and front passenger seats. On the top-of-the-line Sport Touring, Honda Sensing, smartphone integration, and LED headlights are standard.

Honda says the hatchback will offer 122.9 cu. ft. of interior space. Rear seat legroom is pegged at 36 inches, compared to 37.4 inches for the current Civic sedan.

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Honda makes the Civic sedan here in the U.S., but it looks like that won’t be the case for the five-door version. Honda will only build the Civic hatch at its manufacturing plant in Swindon, U.K. Meanwhile, a hotted-up Civic Type R is still slated to launch in the U.S. market next year.

Pictured below is the Honda Civic Hatchback Concept.

Source: Honda

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Just Listed: This 1991 Honda Beat is What Kei Car Dreams are Made Of http://www.automobilemag.com/news/just-listed-1991-honda-beat-kei-car-dreams-made/ http://www.automobilemag.com/news/just-listed-1991-honda-beat-kei-car-dreams-made/#respond Fri, 12 Aug 2016 22:17:07 +0000 http://www.automobilemag.com/?p=977614 As more and more Japanese Domestic Market cars turn 25 years old, import companies have made a killing from bringing these JDM gems legally into the states. Of course, the R32 Nissan GT-Rs and assorted Skylines are great, but our heart has been stolen by this adorable 1991 Honda Beat kei car offered for sale on...

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As more and more Japanese Domestic Market cars turn 25 years old, import companies have made a killing from bringing these JDM gems legally into the states. Of course, the R32 Nissan GT-Rs and assorted Skylines are great, but our heart has been stolen by this adorable 1991 Honda Beat kei car offered for sale on Bring a Trailer.

This tiny, tiny roadster arrived on our comparatively gargantuan shores this past May, currently held in Rhode Island with a clean Texas title. Visually, the Beat is in good condition and holds no reports of records or accidents, according to the current owner. The “Festival Red” paint is still strong–a rare sight for these little cars.

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If you have never seen a kei car in person, the size of this Beat might be hard to wrap your head around. Not much power is needed to motivate the tiny thing, so Honda went with a revvy 660cc engine. The tiny three-cylinder engine is mounted amidships, sending 63 hp to the rear wheels through a five-speed manual transmission. We’re not kidding; this is a manual transmission, rear-wheel drive, right-hand drive roadster with a mid-mounted 660cc three-cylinder that revs to 8,100 rpm, all in a package that is 30 inches shorter than an first-generation Mazda Miata.  Whew.

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Inside, the madness continues. Somewhere along the line, a Momo steering wheel and shift knob, modified handbrake handle, and aftermarket pedal covers were installed. See that zebra-pattern cloth on the seats and floormats? That’s factory, if you can believe it.

Although it’s a quarter-of-a-century old, this Beat covered just 47,000 miles since new. You’ve got five days left as of this post, so get those wallets out and head over to Bring a Trailer to submit a bid.

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First Drive: 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid http://www.automobilemag.com/news/2017-honda-accord-hybrid-first-drive/ http://www.automobilemag.com/news/2017-honda-accord-hybrid-first-drive/#respond Mon, 25 Jul 2016 17:46:47 +0000 http://www.automobilemag.com/?p=970513 NAPA, California — When a publication with the motto “No Boring Cars” asks you to review the mid-cycle refresh of a hybrid sedan, a sensible person may seriously question his standing in the organization. Not me. I dived into the assignment with a zeal that borders on disturbing. Because when it comes to powertrains, I am...

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NAPA, California  When a publication with the motto “No Boring Cars” asks you to review the mid-cycle refresh of a hybrid sedan, a sensible person may seriously question his standing in the organization. Not me. I dived into the assignment with a zeal that borders on disturbing. Because when it comes to powertrains, I am an inveterate nerd. The 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid may not be the most thrilling car on a curvy road—actually, there’s no may about it; it’s simply not—but Honda’s latest hybrid system is perfect for getting your geek on.

You’ll notice immediately after you hop in, power up, and take off that this Accord doesn’t feel like other hybrids. If you’ve driven an all-electric car or a Chevy Volt, the Accord’s smooth and seamless flow of power will feel familiar. This is because, like the Volt, the Accord uses its electric motor to drive the wheels. The 2.0-liter gas engine’s primary job is to turn a generator that provides electricity for the motor, supplemented by the battery in the trunk. As with other hybrids, when demands are light—or when driver presses the “EV” button—the engine takes a snooze and the battery provides the juice. With no mechanical connection between engine and wheels, the mixing and matching of power sources is completely fluid. The system is effective, efficient, and elegant.

2017 Honda Accord Hybrid interior

There’s one exception to the electric-drive rule: When cruising steadily at around 60 mph, mechanical transmission is more efficient than electricity. Under these circumstances, a clutch connects the Accord’s engine to the drive motor, allowing it to drive the wheels directly. You have to love Honda’s devotion to efficiency: No doubt the driveline would be cheaper to build without the clutch, but why leave a couple extra mpg on the table?

Another advantage to Honda’s system is that the controller is generally able to match the engine note to the accelerator position. Mat the pedal, though, and pretense goes out the window: The engine revs to max-torque speed, and the taps from the battery are opened wide. I generally avoid passing on a two-lane road in a four-cylinder hybrid, but when a local yokel in a Chevy Malibu made a concerted effort to ruin my day, I decided to give it a go. The Accord Hybrid responded with a rapid surge from 40 to 60 mph, which I found both unexpected and rewarding.

Though the basic operation of the Accord’s hybrid system is unchanged since its introduction in 2014, Honda has made a series of improvements for 2017 that will delight the geeks. The motors are smaller and lighter thanks to copper wire with a square profile, which can be wound more densely than traditional round wire. The powertrain control unit (PCU) has been repackaged and downsized, as has the battery, freeing up an extra 0.8 cubic feet of much-needed trunk space.

They’ve also cranked up the regenerative braking system, which uses the drive motor as a generator when the driver applies the brakes, charging the battery and creating resistance that slows the car. The Accord’s system is now capable of creating enough resistance that the hydraulic brakes only come into play under harder stops. Chief engineer Koji Ninomoya told me that with the regenerative brakes now doing so much of the work, an Accord Hybrid owner could, theoretically, drive the car for more than 100,000 miles without having to change the brake pads.

2017 Honda Accord Hybrid instrument cluster

No surprise that the Accord’s EPA fuel economy estimates are, once again, best-in-class: At 49/47/48 mpg city/ highway/combined, the Accord Hybrid beats out the Chevrolet Malibu (46 mpg combined), Ford Fusion (42), Hyundai Sonata (42), and Toyota Camry (40). (Come on, Toyota, get with the program!) Keen eyes will notice that the city number is down from the 2014-’16 Accord Hybrid’s 50 mpg. That’s because the EPA changed their test methodology for 2017. (Under the old formula, the 2017 model’s figures would have been 50/47/49 versus 40/45/47 for the outgoing model.)

All Accord Hybrids now get Honda’s Amplitude Reactive Dampers, which separate oil paths for short- and long-travel inputs. The Accord Hybrid’s compliant ride reminded me of the heavy V-6-powered Accords from a couple generations ago. But the Hybrid stays relatively flat and poised as you bend it into the corners, with the front tires squealing out a warning long before the onset of understeer—which, I should add, came sooner than I expected. Choose your entry speeds and line judiciously and the Accord will link the bends together nicely, though it lacks the raw fun factor of the Mazda6 or the Ford Fusion. It’d be great to see the hybrid powertrain ported over to the Sport trim, which has a lighter and more direct feel than other Accords. The Sport is one of the Accord’s best-selling variants, so I’m sure a case could be made for it.

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The rest of the changes to the 2017 Accord mirror those made to the gasoline-powered models for 2016. The front-end fascia has been revised (though the hybrid gets a unique hood) and the taillights, which used to look vaguely like they came from a Hyundai Genesis, now look vaguely like they came from a Mercedes E-Class. There’s the usual fussy application of chrome that seems to be part and parcel of half-hearted styling refreshes. The Accord Hybrid is not a bad-looking car, but it still looks frumpy compared to most of its rivals.

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Inside, Honda has shuffled a few bits around to provide more storage space, and a wireless phone charger is now available as a dealer-installed accessory. That’s all well and good, but I still can’t wrap my head around the dual-screen center stack in EX-L and Touring models. I prefer the simpler stereo in the base Accord Hybrid, though I still don’t think the layout is as visually cohesive as that of the Hyundai Sonata, Kia Optima, or Chevy Malibu hybrids. Accords with a display stereo now have Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionality, but what they really need is a proper volume knob, which Honda says is coming in the not-too-distant future.

Would I buy an Accord Hybrid? It’s not a slam dunk for me, because the Ford Fusion Hybrid is better to drive and the Hyundai Sonata Hybrid has a more cohesive interior. That said, if one is buying a hybrid, does it make any sense to get anything but the most fuel-efficient one? When it comes to fuel economy, the Accord Hybrid is the undisputed champ, warts and all. And even if driving one doesn’t exactly stir your soul, your inner geek is going to love it.

2017 Honda Accord Hybrid Touring Specifications

On Sale: Now
Price: $30,440/$36,790 (base/as tested)
Engine:

2.0L DOHC 16-valve I-4/143 hp @ 6,200 rpm, 129 lb-ft @ 4,000 rpm;

plus electric AC motor/181 hp @ 5,000-6,000 rpm, 232 lb-ft @ 2,000 rpm; 212 hp combined

Transmission: Continuously variable
Layout: 4-door, 5-passenger, front-engine, FWD sedan
EPA Mileage:  49/47 mpg (city/hwy)
L x W x H: 194.1 x 72.8 x 57.5 in
Wheelbase: 109.3 in
Weight: 3,483-3,536 lb
0-60 MPH: N/A
Top Speed: N/A
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Spy Shots Give us Our Best Look at the Honda Civic Si Coupe Yet http://www.automobilemag.com/news/spy-shots-give-us-our-best-look-at-the-honda-civic-si-coupe-yet/ http://www.automobilemag.com/news/spy-shots-give-us-our-best-look-at-the-honda-civic-si-coupe-yet/#respond Mon, 18 Jul 2016 19:43:42 +0000 http://www.automobilemag.com/?p=968509 A prototype for the 2017 Honda Civic Si Coupe has been spotted testing with minimal camouflage. Despite being covered, we can tell the front grille and lower fascia areas are more aggressive than the standard Civic Coupe. Where the standard coupe has a chrome piece and horizontal bars in the fascia’s three lower air intakes,...

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A prototype for the 2017 Honda Civic Si Coupe has been spotted testing with minimal camouflage.

Despite being covered, we can tell the front grille and lower fascia areas are more aggressive than the standard Civic Coupe. Where the standard coupe has a chrome piece and horizontal bars in the fascia’s three lower air intakes, the Civic Si Coupe has a blacked out grille piece and a hexagonal insert in the center lower intake. The outer intakes, which are masked off, appear to have a more aggressive shape similar to that first seen on the initial Honda Civic Coupe concept.

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Like the Honda Civic Type R hatchback, the Civic Si Coupe prototype features a center-mounted exhaust below the rear bumper. Unlike the Type R model, the Si Coupe replaces the sportiest variant’s trio of exhaust tips with a wide single outlet. Also absent on the Si Coupe is a large rear wing like that on the Type R hatch.

While Honda hasn’t confirmed the powerplant for the Si model, rumors suggest it could be a more powerful version of the turbocharged 1.5-liter (174 hp, 162 lb-ft of torque) found in the standard Civic sedan and coupe or a detuned version of the turbocharged 2.0-liter (305 hp, 295 lb-ft) from the Type R model. The Si will likely make somewhere around 220-230 hp. A six-speed manual will back the engine.

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From the spy shots, we can see a few unique Si details including larger front seat bolsters, carbon fiber dash trim, Alcantara door inserts, and red stitching. Strategically placed tape on the grille and trunklid likely hides Si badges.

Expect the 2017 Honda Civic Si Coupe to make its official debut at either the 2016 Los Angeles auto show or the 2017 Detroit auto show before it goes on sale early next year.

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Honda’s New Electric Motor Works Without Essential Rare-Earth Metals http://www.automobilemag.com/news/hondas-new-electric-motor-works-without-essential-rare-earth-metals/ http://www.automobilemag.com/news/hondas-new-electric-motor-works-without-essential-rare-earth-metals/#respond Wed, 13 Jul 2016 15:28:20 +0000 http://www.automobilemag.com/?p=966953 Honda has revealed a new electric motor for hybrid vehicles. Not only does it cost less to manufacture, it doesn’t require the use of rare-earth metals in its magnets, according to a report from Automotive News. Heavy metals such as dysprosium and terbium are no longer needed. The biggest takeaway is that Honda won’t be at the mercy of supply...

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Honda has revealed a new electric motor for hybrid vehicles. Not only does it cost less to manufacture, it doesn’t require the use of rare-earth metals in its magnets, according to a report from Automotive News. Heavy metals such as dysprosium and terbium are no longer needed. The biggest takeaway is that Honda won’t be at the mercy of supply bottlenecks of rare-earth metals, particularly when it comes to dealing with China.

The first vehicle to use the new electric motor will be a hybrid variant of the Freed small minivan, which is based on the Fit. Honda co-developed its new electric motor with Japanese metal supplier Daido Steel Co., and the companies said in a joint release that the reduction of heavy rare-earth elements “has been one of the major challenges needing to be addressed.” Honda and Daido used a new technique called hot deformation to make its magnets; instead of the more common sintering method. The new method apparently allows crystals within the magnets align into a finer structure, eliminating the need to use certain rare-earth metals.

Reducing dependence on rare-earth metals has been a key goals for automakers when developing electric motors for use in hybrids and EVs, according to AN. Limited resources and projected rising prices coupled with increased demand from the auto and electronics industries mean that the rare-earth metals market could grow at an annual rate of 14 percent and exceed $9 billion by 2019, according to a forecast by Technavio Research. “Rising global demand for rare earth metals has resulted in sharp increases in their prices due to a flat to negative supply growth from the key producing region,”said Technavio. “Japan has been sourcing rare earths and is aggressively trying to develop its own source of rare earth metals amid regional disputes with China.”

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China currently produces nearly all of the world’s rare-earth metal output at about 90 percent, leaving Japan vulnerable after political and territorial disputes broke out between the neighboring countries. China stopped shipments of rare-earth metals to Japan after both countries fought over a group of islands.

The magnets used in the electric motor uses a light rare-earth metal called neodymium, which is more common and can be acquired from the U.S. and Australia, in addition to China. The electric motor’s magnets are composed of 65 percent iron, 30 percent neodymium and 10 percent heavy rare-earth metals.

Daido Electronics Co., a subsidiary of Daido Steel, will start production of the new electric motors in August in a new factory in Japan and will use the partnership with Honda to enter the market for electric drive motor magnets for hybrids and EVs. Honda is expected to deploy in hybrid vehicles first, as engineers noted that application in EVs is less likely because the motors provide the only source of power and operate at higher temperatures.

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Honda Accord Celebrates 40th Birthday http://www.automobilemag.com/news/honda-accord-celebrates-40th-birthday/ http://www.automobilemag.com/news/honda-accord-celebrates-40th-birthday/#respond Thu, 30 Jun 2016 18:15:10 +0000 http://www.automobilemag.com/?p=963037 It’s hard to believe the Honda Accord is only 40 years old, given it’s such a staple among mainstream car buyers in the U.S. Over the past 40 years, Honda has sold over 12.7 million copies of the Accord here. The Accord first arrived in June 1976 as a three-door hatchback (pictured above), which incidentally,...

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It’s hard to believe the Honda Accord is only 40 years old, given it’s such a staple among mainstream car buyers in the U.S. Over the past 40 years, Honda has sold over 12.7 million copies of the Accord here.

The Accord first arrived in June 1976 as a three-door hatchback (pictured above), which incidentally, had a smaller wheelbase than today’s subcompact Honda Fit. It wasn’t until 1979 that the Accord sedan came to market. Three years later, the Accord began rolling off the production line at Honda’s first U.S. plant. The new facility in Marysville, Ohio, made Honda the first Japanese automaker to build cars in the U.S.

Soon after, the Accord would also become the first U.S.-made car from a Japanese automaker to be exported overseas. In 1987, Honda shipped Ohio-made Accords to Taiwan. The next year, Honda began producing the Accord Coupe exclusively at the Ohio factory, exporting copies to Japan.

Other milestones followed in the coming years, including the addition of a V-6 Accord in 1994 and a new hybrid model in 2005. By 2014, Honda marked the 10-millionth Accord built at its Ohio facility. Today, Honda has produced more than 10.5 million Accords in the U.S. The model is now in its ninth generation.

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The Accord was Honda’s first step toward become a major full-line automaker and establishing a presence in the U.S., the automaker says. Although eclipsed by sales of the smaller Civic here, the Accord remains a top-seller. Through May, Honda sold 140,548 copies of the sedan, up significantly from last year. It’s the fifth best-selling car so far this year (excluding trucks), with the top being the Toyota Camry with 167,199 units sold.

Honda says the Accord has remained the top-selling car in the U.S. for the past three years in terms of retail sales. It also says the Accord is the top-selling midsize car for buyers under 35 years old. Currently, more than 99 percent of all Honda vehicles sold in the U.S. are made in North America.

Check out the video and gallery below for more about the evolution of the Honda Accord.

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http://www.automobilemag.com/news/honda-accord-celebrates-40th-birthday/feed/ 0 Honda Accord Celebrates 40th Birthday - Automobile It's hard to believe the Honda Accord is only 40 years old, given it's such a staple among mainstream car buyers in the U.S. Over the past 40 years, Honda has sold over 12.7 million copies of the Accord here. The Accord first arrived in June 1976 as a three-door hatchback (pictured above), which inc Honda Accord 2016 Honda Accord 9th generation 1 2006 Honda Accord Hybrid 7th generation 2016 Honda Accord 9th generation 1 2016 Honda Accord 9th generation 1 2016 Honda Accord 9th generation 1 2016 Honda Accord 9th generation 1 2016 Honda Accord 9th generation 1 2016 Honda Accord 9th generation 1 2016 Honda Accord 9th generation 1 2016 Honda Accord 9th generation 1 2016 Honda Accord 9th generation 1 2016 Honda Accord 9th generation 1 2016 Honda Accord 9th generation 1 2016 Honda Accord 9th generation 1 2016 Honda Accord 9th generation 1 2016 Honda Accord 9th generation 1 2016 Honda Accord 9th generation 1 2016 Honda Accord 9th generation 1 2016 Honda Accord 9th generation 1 2016 Honda Accord 9th generation 1 2016 Honda Accord 9th generation 1 2016 Honda Accord 9th generation 1 2016 Honda Accord 9th generation 1 2016 Honda Accord 9th generation 1 2016 Honda Accord 9th generation 1 2016 Honda Accord 9th generation 1 2016 Honda Accord 9th generation 1 2016 Honda Accord 9th generation 1 2016 Honda Accord 9th generation 1
2017 Honda Accord Adds Value-Driven Sport Special Edition http://www.automobilemag.com/news/2017-honda-accord-adds-value-driven-sport-special-edition/ http://www.automobilemag.com/news/2017-honda-accord-adds-value-driven-sport-special-edition/#respond Fri, 24 Jun 2016 16:54:49 +0000 http://www.automobilemag.com/?p=960165 Honda announced the pricing for the 2017 Accord lineup today and along with it comes a new Sport Special Edition model that comes with more standard features. Base 2017 Honda Accord LX sedans start at $23,190 including destination while the coupe starts at $1,670 more. The new Sport Special Edition trim starts at $26,250 when equipped...

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Honda announced the pricing for the 2017 Accord lineup today and along with it comes a new Sport Special Edition model that comes with more standard features. Base 2017 Honda Accord LX sedans start at $23,190 including destination while the coupe starts at $1,670 more.

The new Sport Special Edition trim starts at $26,250 when equipped with the standard six-speed manual transmission or $27,050 with the optional CVT. Additional standard equipment included in the Accord Sport Special Edition are leather seats with red stitching, heated seats, and a “Special Edition” badge.

Honda has also kept the unicorn trim (read: enthusiast’s pick), the V-6-powered Accord Coupe with a six-speed manual, in the lineup so that there’s still an Accord that can mix it up with the best of them on stop light drag races. However, that will cost you a cool $32,010 should you decide to pull the trigger and go for the rarely-seen V-6-powered Accord with a slick-shifting stick.

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The rest of the Accord lineup remains unchanged for 2017 since it received a full refresh last year, which added a new range-topping Touring trim with full LED headlights. A new infotainment system, which is also used on the Pilot and the 2016 Civic, is also available and comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration. The Honda Sensing suite of active safety features can be hand on all trim levels except the new Sport Special Edition model.

Under the hood, a 185-189-hp 2.4-liter I-4 comes standard with a choice of a six-speed manual or CVT. A 278-hp 3.5-liter V-6 is also available and can be paired exclusively to a six-speed automatic in the sedan. Accord Coupes powered by the optional V-6 engine can be paired to a six-speed manual or automatic. A newly refreshed Accord Hybrid sedan was also recently announced with more power from a revised powertrain that pairs a 2.0-liter I-4 with an electric motor.

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Fuel economy for the 2017 Accord sedan is 23/32 mpg city/highway for four-cylinder models with the stick, 26/34 mpg for the CVT-equipped Sport trims, and 27/36 mpg for the LX, EX, and EX-L variants with the CVT. Opting for the V-6 drops those numbers down to 21/33 mpg. The Accord Coupe is slightly less efficient at 23/32 mpg with the standard 2.4-liter I-4 paired to the manual, and 26/34 mpg with the CVT. Coupes with the V-6 are rated at 18/28 mpg with the manual and 21/32 mpg with the automatic.

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2017 Honda Ridgeline Shows Off Its Truck Bed Toughness Once Again http://www.automobilemag.com/news/2017-honda-ridgeline-shows-off-truck-bed-toughness/ http://www.automobilemag.com/news/2017-honda-ridgeline-shows-off-truck-bed-toughness/#respond Wed, 22 Jun 2016 13:27:47 +0000 http://www.automobilemag.com/?p=958287 Honda today released another video to demonstrate how tough the truck bed is in its new 2017 Ridgeline. It’s a follow-up to a previous test where the automaker dropped 60 heavy stones into the Ridgeline’s composite bed, which resulted in minimal damage to the surface. This time around, Honda pushes a toolbox (filled with tools)...

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Honda today released another video to demonstrate how tough the truck bed is in its new 2017 Ridgeline. It’s a follow-up to a previous test where the automaker dropped 60 heavy stones into the Ridgeline’s composite bed, which resulted in minimal damage to the surface. This time around, Honda pushes a toolbox (filled with tools) off a side rail’s edge, making for a hard landing on the bed.

Following the test, the video zooms in to show the area where the toolbox landed, with the presenter claiming there was “very minor, if hardly any damage, at all to the truck. Actually, probably a little bit more on the toolbox.”

Honda produced these videos following an ad by Chevrolet that demonstrated the toughness of the steel truck bed in its Silverado compared to the aluminum one in the Ford F-150. Chevrolet performed the aforementioned tests on both trucks, which resulted in more damage to the Ford than the Chevy. Chevrolet performed the toolbox test 14 times on both trucks. In the video, the Ford suffered from bed punctures in 13 of the 14 tests. Meanwhile, Chevy claimed the Silverado only suffered from minor dents and two “pinhole punctures.” The toolbox in Chevy’s tests weighed 28 pounds. Honda didn’t disclose the weight of the toolbox used in its test.

Honda points out that the Ridgeline’s composite truck bed is standard equipment. Meanwhile, the Silverado and F-150 do not come standard with bed liners, something a majority of owners opt for anyway. Check out the Ridgeline’s truck bed video demonstrations below.

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Refreshed Honda Accord Hybrid Debuts http://www.automobilemag.com/news/refreshed-honda-accord-hybrid-debuts/ http://www.automobilemag.com/news/refreshed-honda-accord-hybrid-debuts/#respond Wed, 15 Jun 2016 21:00:39 +0000 http://www.automobilemag.com/?p=956253 Honda has revealed more details about the 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid, which receives an improved powertrain and has a starting price of $30,440, including destination. The second-generation hybrid powertrain, which takes a 2.0-liter I-4 and pairs it to an electric motor, now makes a total system output of 212 hp, which is up 16 hp...

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Honda has revealed more details about the 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid, which receives an improved powertrain and has a starting price of $30,440, including destination. The second-generation hybrid powertrain, which takes a 2.0-liter I-4 and pairs it to an electric motor, now makes a total system output of 212 hp, which is up 16 hp from the outgoing car. Honda says it’s expecting the refreshed 2017 Accord Hybrid to receive class-topping EPA fuel economy ratings of 49/47 mpg city/highway.

The 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid adopts the same revised exterior design as the gas-only face-lifted 2016 Accord, giving it a more aggressive front fascia. From the side and rear, the 2017 Accord Hybrid looks more conservative because of its upright greenhouse that gives it that traditional three-box sedan look. Inside, the 2017 Accord Hybrid still has a two-screen dash layout with the larger 7.7-inch screen displaying navigation directions, audio settings, and the rearview camera. The lower 7-inch touchscreen, on the other hand, has all the controls for Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth, and changing your multimedia settings.

Standard equipment on the base 2017 Accord Hybrid includes dual-zone automatic climate control, hands-free keyless entry/start, power driver’s seat, a 160-watt audio system, Bluetooth connectivity, a rearview camera, and a single USB port. Moving up to the $33,740 EX-L trim adds extras like Android Auto and Apple CarPlay integration, the secondary seven-inch touchscreen, a second USB port, heated front seats, the Honda Link multimedia interface, leather upholstery, memory function for the driver’seat, a power-adjustable front passenger seat and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.

The range-topping Touring trim takes the EX-L trim starts at $36,790 and adds heated outboard rear seats, automatic LED headlights, navigation, and automatic high-beam assist. Honda’s full suite of active safety aids, called Honda Sensing, is also available on the 2017 Accord Hybrid and includes, forward collision warning, road departure mitigation, automatic emergency braking, and lane departure warning. The Lane Watch system, which uses a camera on the right side mirror to give you show you what’s on your right blind spot, is standard across all trim levels of the 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid.

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