2021 Honda CR-V Hybrid

The hybrid version of Honda’s top-ranked compact SUV offers everything we love about its gas-only sibling plus excellent efficiency. It is Honda’s only hybrid SUV but size-wise, it’s positioned between the smaller HR-V and the midsize Passport and Pilot. This CR-V’s stiffest competition comes in the forms of other compact hybridContinue Reading

2021 VW ID4 vs Honda CR-V Hybrid

Our choice of vehicles for this SUV comparison test is bound to raise eyebrows. Shouldn’t we compare the new battery-powered 2021 Volkswagen ID4 with another electric car? That’s how our industry has been doing things, but the time is rapidly approaching when Jane and John Consumer will routinely consider electric as anContinue Reading

Honda Civic Type R vs. Toyota GR Yaris

By Angus MacKenzie – MotorTrend Volkswagen invented the hot hatch, launching the Mk 1 Golf GTI in 1976, and it has honed and refined the formula ever since. Like most Japanese automakers, Honda and Toyota have toyed with the hot hatch genre, but these companies’ enthusiasm for it has waxed and waned over the years, tuggedContinue Reading

2021 Honda Accord Hybrid First Test

By Zach Gale – MotorTrend More power doesn’t always translate to superior performance. Take the 2021 Honda Accord Hybrid for instance; does its class-leading power lead to a meaningful advantage in acceleration compared to the Toyota Camry and Hyundai Sonata hybrids? We track-tested the Honda to find out. And after our First Drive review, weContinue Reading

2021 Honda Accord Hybrid

By Miguel Cortina – MotorTrend We are big fans of more power and less gas. In theory, that’s what the 2021 Honda Accord Hybrid delivers—more horsepower and better fuel economy than the Accord sedan equipped with its non-hybrid entry-level turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine. And when the only compromise between the two is an extraContinue Reading

2021 Honda Odyssey

By: Brett T. Evans – Motor1 Updates for 2021 make Honda’s already excellent family hauler slightly better. In spite of my penchant for dad jokes, I am not in the target demographic for the 2021 Honda Odyssey – as an unmarried, childless, 31-year-old male, my automotive tastes currently skew toward three-letter abbreviations like WRX,Continue Reading

2021 Honda Odyssey First Look

By Kelly Lin Although today’s families are clamoring for crossovers and SUVs, the minivan market remains very competitive even as the choices in it shrink. One constant? The Honda Odyssey’s excellence. For the 2021 model year, the already great van gets a makeover and benefits from a refreshed exterior design,Continue Reading