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Honda confirms three new electrified crossovers including CR-V Hybrid and PHEV

Hot on the heels of the Civic Hybrid’s reveal in Europe, Honda has announced that the European market will get three more electrified models by 2023. All of them are crossovers and one is a full battery-electric vehicle that will likely slot above the Honda e city car. Called the e:Ny1, Honda’s second BEV for […]

by Stefan Ogbac
3/23/2022
2022 Honda Civic Hybrid sports updated two-motor hybrid system

The Honda Civic Hybrid has been revealed and it’s available only in the practical yet stylish hatchback configuration. Its launch marks the electrification of Honda’s offerings in Europe, meaning there’s at least a hybrid in each model line. Now in its eleventh generation, the Civic hatchback sports a longer wheelbase yet it’s 20 percent lighter […]

by Stefan Ogbac
3/23/2022
Automakers will soon be battling your phone for screen time

With Sony and Honda entering into a Memorandum of Understanding to create and sell an electric car by 2025, the internet is full of varying takes on whether or not this is a good or bad thing. Sony doesn’t make cars now, so it makes sense that if the company wants to sell a car, […]

by Chad Kirchner
3/4/2022
How does Honda’s two-motor hybrid system work?

Honda has one of the most unique hybrid powertrains on the market. It’s one of the only brands to utilize one that doesn’t have a transmission, the other being Koenigsegg. That means the Accord Hybrid, CR-V Hybrid, and Insight all have direct drive layouts. They don’t use a stepped gearbox, a CVT, or even a […]

by Stefan Ogbac
12/30/2021
2021 Honda Accord Hybrid vs. 2021 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid: Which one is right for you?

Mid-size sedans have to do a lot more to get consumers’ attention away from crossovers. The 2021 Honda Accord Hybrid and 2021 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid are just the latest examples of traditional four-doors punching above their weight. Between all the tech features, luxurious appointments, and electrification, both cars have a lot to offer those looking […]

by Stefan Ogbac
12/28/2021
Honda open to more partnerships for EV development: Report

Honda is all-in on electrification and it has made it clear that there’s no turning back as the company aims to discontinue its internal combustion engines by 2040. In an interview with Automotive News, CEO Toshihiro Mibe revealed that the company has expanded on its plans for pushing out electrified vehicles. One of the big […]

by Stefan Ogbac
12/1/2021
Honda will only sell hybrids and EVs in China after 2030

Honda has outlined its electrification strategy for the Chinese market, which will only get hybrids and battery-electric vehicles after 2030. Over the next five years, it will introduce 10 EVs in its new e: N series with the e: NS1 and e: NP1 going on sale first. Three more concept cars are being developed to […]

by Stefan Ogbac
10/14/2021
2021 Honda CR-V Hybrid review: The preferred CR-V

The 2021 Honda CR-V Hybrid may not be the newest entrant in the red-hot compact crossover segment but it still holds its own against recently redesigned competitors. This family hauler aged so well that it remains one of the most compelling propositions in its segment. In hybrid flavor, the CR-V’s appeal grows further. Standard AWD, […]

by Stefan Ogbac
8/2/2021
2022 Honda CR-V: How will one of the benchmarks evolve?

Improving on a good thing is hard because you need to build on the strength of the product, fix the little quibbles, and add new things to it. That’s the position Honda is in with the next-generation CR-V. As one of the most popular compact crossovers on the market and the class bench mark, improving […]

by Stefan Ogbac
7/2/2021
2022 Honda HR-V: Will it get electrified?

A second-generation Honda HR-V is arriving this year and it has the potential of changing the subcompact crossover segment. One of the most practical cars in its class, the HR-V made a name for itself because of its flexibility and usability. For a vehicle of its size, the HR-V was more usable than some larger […]

by Stefan Ogbac
7/2/2021