The first of six planned, publicly available hydrogen refuelling stations is now open in British Columbia, much to the delight of Hyundai, Honda and Toyota, which have plans to sell hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles in Canada.
General Motors and Honda are partnering again -- this time on the development of advanced batteries for electric vehicles. Under the deal, Honda will buy battery modules based on the next generation of GM's battery system.
Japanese automaker Honda Motor Co., which has its global lead plant for the Honda Civic in Ontario, reported a 12 per cent rise in its January-March profit due to growing sales and cost cutting.
The Honda Civic has been the best-selling car in Canada for 20 years. So what put the Civic on top in 1998? Jeremy Sinek takes a look back.
Honda Canada has increased the price of its base-model Accord Hybrid by about $2,000 for the 2018 model year. A change in battery location has allowed the automaker to include a 60/40-split rear seat.
Honda Canada is offering a Civic Special Edition (SE) to celebrate the vehicle's 20-year run as the best-selling passenger car in Canada. Honda's Alliston, Ont., factory is the global lead plant for the car.
Honda is resurrecting the Insight nameplate -- a five-passenger gasoline-electric hybrid sedan with a new profile-- to be slotted above the Civic. It will be in Canadian showrooms in late 2018.
Kia and Alfa Romeo have for the first time ever been named finalists for the North American Car, Truck and Utility of the Year Awards. The nine vehicles still in the running for the 2018 awards also include two chances for Honda to extend its winning streak to a third consecutive year.
Honda is recalling about 900,000 minivans — 70,000 of them in Canada — because second-row seats may tip forward if not properly latched after being adjusted.
The list of semifinalists for the 2018 North American Car, Truck and Utility of the Year Awards has a few surprises: Alfa Romeo is up for two awards, no Detroit Three brand cars made the cut, Tesla decided not to participate and only three trucks qualified.
Former Honda Canada CEO Jerry Chenkin started his career at the automaker as an accountant and eventually became the first person from outside Japan to run the Canadian operations.