Toyota, BMW, Daimler, Honda and Hyundai are joining oil and gas giants including Royal Dutch Shell and Total with plans to invest a combined $14 billion in hydrogen-related products within five years.
Canadian auto industry executives are asking government ministers to mitigate the costs of reducing carbon emissions under a new program designed to help fight climate change, two sources familiar with the matter said.
Honda will design and build a new state-of-the-art paint shop intended to reduce greenhouse gas emissions at its Alliston, Ont., facilities.
The fifth-generation Odyssey unveiled Monday at the Detroit auto show and due in dealerships this spring promises 21st-century connectivity.
Ford and Toyota have formed a consortium with automakers including PSA and Mazda to speed development of auto-industry standards for in-vehicle apps, a step toward preventing Apple and Google from controlling how drivers connect smartphones to their cars and trucks.
Honda Canada has recalled 52,834 Odyssey minivans for two separate issues that both involve second-row latches but parts won't be available until next month.
Honda promises the 2018 Odyssey will feature redesigned styling, powertrain updates and undisclosed “innovative features” from the brand that first put a vacuum shop-vac in a minivan's cargo area.
Honda is riding high on the compact utility vehicle trend with a CR-V that has been one of Canada's most popular utility vehicles and a redesigned version queued up to go on sale this winter. But Honda doesn't see the CR-V replacing either the Accord or the Civic as its most notable seller.
November sales were up in Canada for a strong majority of automakers, including double-digit gains by General Motors, Ford, Nissan/Infiniti and Porsche.
Aviva Canada, which sells auto insurance in every province, now offers drivers of AEB-equipped cars a 15-per-cent discount on new policies as well as renewals.
With 1.66 million sales in the bank through October, sales over the final two months would have to sag more than 15 per cent to drop the full year below 2015's record 1.9 million.
For the third year in a row, Honda will be title sponsor for National Hockey League's All-Star Game, being held Jan. 29 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.