These days, sedans, hatchbacks, and even SUVs are laying down seriously fast 'Ring times.
Sometimes a lap time isn't the most important thing.
A bunch of Hondas, a Miata, and a Volkswagen Corrado come together for this awesome track showdown.
For the second episode of Who the Hell Are You? our Marshall Pruett interviewed Acura factory driver Katherine Legge.
This little hatchback wasn't just great on its own—it was big enough to fit an entire second mode of transportation.
A city car doesn't have to be a dull piece of metal that sucks the life out of you.
This little mid-engine car lives in video-game world of Gran Turismo Sport, but we'd love to see it in real life.
These cars might not seem like the most exciting, but once you get behind the wheel, it becomes a different story.
The Honda Civic hatch has been around since 1973, and a lot has changed in that time.
According to you.
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We are seriously digging Honda's latest experiment in elegant modern concept design.
According to you.
Dynamometers are good for tuning, but for power readings, it's hard to judge what's actually correct.
Will it fit? Probably not, but there's only one way to find out.
Driving for Toro Rosso, the Porsche LMP1 pilot will make his first ever F1 start at COTA.
Honda's newest Si isn't the crazy sport compact its looks and name suggest. That's not a big deal.
There are barely any clean, low-mileage Civic Sis left. This one will be worth a ton of money.
A light modern Honda two-seat hatchback would be fantastic to drive.
One of our favorite hot hatches and your Uber driver's new car share an engine, but that's not the whole story.
Yes, you can get it with a stick. But you can't get a coupe.
Which means it will always be fixable, even if it'll never be fast.