Honda has been awarded the Greenest Automobile award not once, not twice, not even three times. The Japanese auto maker was the recipient of this prestigious green award Five Years in a row. The award was given thanks to the company's stride to lower greenhouse emissions and minimize smog output.
Its average score from the Clean Vehicles Program suggests Honda's fleet is 14% cleaner than the average scores from the competition.
Honda just released some of its most highly anticipated models, including the all new Odyssey minivan, the updated Fit and their popular Insight Hybrid. All these vehicles are earning top awards and shopper's attention thanks to a little help from social media.
If you don't already know, social media is one of the fastest growing (and ever-changing) advertising tends today. It encompasses blog posts, link building and the use of sites such as
Guess what just came in at Honda Superstore Of Joliet? The Honda Accord is new for 2011, and receives significant enhancements that will attract Honda shoppers previously impressed with the Accord's styling, fuel economy and engineering.
2011's Honda Accord sedan and Coupe get revised grille inserts and simplified front bumper appearance. Accord sedan gains a new trunk lid with red horizontal reflector bars that span most of car's width.
Honda must love a parade, since the Japanese auto maker has bought their way into sponsoring one of the most famous holiday parades in North America.
The well known Tournament of Roses in Pasadena, Calif., has gone for 121 years without a major corporate sponsor adding its name to the event. But 2010 will bring the dawn of a new era - The Honda Rose Parade.
This annual ride down Colorado Boulevard will be the 122nd
No. A tire filled with nitrogen has the same rolling resistance and other characteristics that a tire filled with an equal amount of ordinary air has. The nitrogen you pump into your tires isn't 100 percent percent pure but typically around 93 percent to 95 percent nitrogen. The oxygen you breathe and pump into your tires is 78 percent nitrogen, so the difference isn't huge. However, the benefit of nitrogen is that it…