The auto industry is on track to sell 16 million cars in 2013, which is quite a comeback from the dark days of 2008, when high gas prices and a banking crisis conspired to keep people off the lots.
Nearly 4,000 Japanese nationals live in Ohio – many working at Honda or the hundreds of suppliers that sell it seats, headlights and other parts. The culture shock might be total, if Columbus didn't work so hard at being neighborly.
Craig Fitzgerald said what he thought about white-glove concours events, and the backlash was big. Whatever happened to the First Amendment?
Skiing and maple syrup production are already hard it by a warming world. Boston University Professor Pam Templer is a modern alchemist — simulating the effects of what happens when it gets even worse.
Honda has leased only 174 Fit EVs to date, so it bit the bullet and cut the lease price to $259 a month. With zero down, a free charger and unlimited miles. It's part of a fire sale going on industry-wide as automakers look to get these babies off the lot.
A new Massachusetts law makes arcane repair coding accessible to all, but does it also give car thieves a leg up?
Students from fifteen universities are in the middle of a three-year green car competition that, win or lose, often leads them to jobs with the Big Three.
Until fairly recently, General Motors was a supporter of climate denial groups. But its turnabout, taking on a new role as a fighter for carbon reductions, has been dramatic and real.
The oil industry says consumers will pay an additional six to nine cents per gallon at the pump for a new EPA plan to get sulfur out of gasoline. The Natural Resources Defense Council say the actual cost is less than a penny unless you factor in huge profits.