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Production 2016 Acura / Honda NSX officially teased, going to Detroit


The long awaited production version of the new Honda / Acura NSX has been teased and officially announced for the 2015 NAIAS, in Detroit. A few years have passed since the successor of the iconic Acura / Honda NSX should have become available and in the meantime, the company has shown a concept version and spy photographers from across the globe ...
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Report – Honda performed its own tests on defective airbags, frustrated by Takata response to crisis
Honda Motor, the third largest Japanese automaker and the biggest client for auto safety parts provider Takata Corp., according to insiders, decided to buy used or scrapped cars to perform ...
Honda seeks to hire a supplier quality assurance auditor
Japan’s third-largest automaker, Honda, has been at the center of Takata’s global airbag inflator recall crisis, being the Japanese supplier’s largest client. Now the carmaker, which has seen all five deaths ...
Report – Honda to provide financial relief for Takata in global expansion of airbag recall
Even though Takata disregarded the order in the US from the federal safety regulator NHTSA to expand its airbag recall beyond the humid regions and territories, Honda – the automaker ...
Europe: Honda wants to exit niche role
Japan’s third-biggest automaker after Toyota and Nissan used to be a major player on the Old Continent, but the aftermath of the 2008-2009 economic crisis relegated to it to a ...
Honda’s move to Autoliv signals beginning of rupture with Takata ties?
The third-largest Japanese automaker has been the No. 1 customer for the auto safety parts supplier Takata Corp, but as the airbag auto safety crisis deepens globally, their more than ...
US: Autoliv tapped for airbag replacement kits by Honda
The auto parts maker announced that it was awarded a contract by the third-largest Japanese automaker, to deliver replacement airbag inflators for the company’s models in the United States. Starting with ...
US: November saw pickups topping the best-selling list
With gas prices falling to an average of just $2.76 – the lowest in four years – November sales have reached a truly blistering place in America, with the seasonally ...
China: GM goes up, Honda falls
The world’s largest auto market offers contrasting scenery when it comes to the global automakers – with Japanese automakers in recent years falling off the grid. The Japanese carmakers have somehow ...
US: Japanese automakers take advantage of November sales spree
With the annualized selling pace now at an incredible 17.2 million units last month, the majority of automakers rode the delivery pace – with the traditional Japanese automakers posting good ...



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