Takata's chapter 11 bankruptcy plan has been approved by a Delaware judge. While that means some reorganization, pay-offs for creditors, yadda yadda etc ... the dollar figure I was interested in involves how much is being set aside for inju … continue reading
Nichol Lynn Barker Pahlck's 2002 Honda Accord was involved in a "crash that should not have been fatal," according to Florida authorities.
Pahlck allegedly purchased the 2002 Honda Accord from a private seller in 2016, and althou … continue reading
It's a new year, so we're out with the old and in with the ... ahh, crap. There's another Takata recall for Honda owners? 2018 ... 2017 ... it's all the same.
The Takata airbag inflators are at risk of exploding due to the metal inflators … continue reading
Honda. Takata. Recall.
Three words that I'm tired of typing and you're sick of hearing about. Yet here we are with another recall of 1.3 million Honda and Acura vehicles with ticking time-bombs for airbags. Many of the vehicles are being re … continue reading
Car companies seem intent on squeezing in the latest and greatest technology into our cars, even when those technologies are an overall detriment to the driving experience. But there's good news coming from Honda HQ.
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The 2016 Civic has an electronic parking brake. Oh wait, let me fix that – the 2016 Civic has an electronic parking brake that doesn't always work.
There, that's better. Or worse (depending on how you look at it).
"The automaker says … continue reading
Have you ever hired a moving company? If you have, you know it's unlikely everything is going to make it to the destination in one piece. I guess we shouldn't be surprised when the same thing happens while moving cars.
Honda is recalling t … continue reading
You're not going to be going far in some 2015-2016 Honda and Acura vehicles, because the gas tanks leak.
"Honda blames the problem on insufficient welds which may separate and allow fuel to leak out."
Weld, that stinks.
The rec … continue reading
A group of Acura owners are suing Honda because they believe problems with the car's bluetooth are draining the batteries.
The HandsFreeLink lawsuit was filed against Honda, parent organization of Acura and one of the first companies to us … continue reading
If you own one of these 2008-2011 Honda vehicles, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) wants you to stop driving immediately. … continue reading