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Honda seeks to recover U.S. market share; Mazda, Subaru grow

TOKYO (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co <7267.T> aims to recover market share in its biggest market the United States, where it slightly dropped in the first half of 2013, banking that its redesigned SUV will help boost sales. Full story

MST: IndyCar goes twin turbos only for 2014

INDYCAR announced Thursday that twin-turbocharged engines will be mandated from 2014. This impacts Honda, which opted for a single turbo layout and design from Honda Performance Development, when new engine regulations for 2.2L V6 were introduced prior to 2012. “In an effort for parity throughout th Full story

Honda aims to make Acura in China by 2016

BEIJING (Reuters) - Japan's Honda Motor Co <7267.T> is planning to produce Acura cars in China with a local partner starting in 2016, part of an effort to tap growing demand for upscale vehicles in the world's biggest auto market. Full story

Small is big for Japanese automakers eyeing Indonesia and India

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese automakers like Honda Motor Co <7267.T> and the Toyota-Daihatsu group <7203.T> <7262.T> have a problem: the smallest cars they make are very big in Japan - and only Japan. Full story

Honda's robot museum guide not yet a people person

Honda Motor Co.'s walking, talking interactive robot is running into glitches in its new job as a museum guide in Tokyo. Full story

GM, Honda to collaborate on fuel cell vehicles

General Motors Co. and Honda Motor Co. are joining forces to develop hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. Full story

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  Boston bombing suspects linked to green Honda

An NBC News investigation has established that Boston Marathon bombing suspects no comma Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev no comma used and then dumped a green Honda as well as the stolen SUV they used to lead police on a wild chase in Watertown, Mass. NBC’s Michelle Franzen reports.

  Millions of cars recalled over airbag defect

Toyota, Nissan, Honda and Mazda have recalled 3.4 million vehicles worldwide due to defective airbag systems that can either catch fire or inadvertently inflate. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.

  April Fools! From ‘Scope Bacon’ to a pint-sized President

Pranksters including Procter & Gamble, Google, and even the White House joined in on the April Fool’s Day fun. NBC’s Kevin Tibbles reports.

  New York Auto Show Buzz

U.S. automakers are expressing frustration with the Japanese government. Japan accounts for about a third of global auto production through exports from Toyota, Honda and Nissan, reports CNBC's Mary Thompson. Japan's PM sees a weaker yen as a way to bo...

  Honda Fueling Nat Gas Car Sales

Honda is offering a $3,000 fuel card with the 2012 CNG Civic, saying it would cover 2-3 years worth of natural gas. CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports.

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