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2016 Honda Pilot

All-New 2016 Honda Pilot SUV to Make Debut at 2015 Canadian International Auto Show

Markham, ON (January 21, 2015) – A completely re-engineered and redesigned Honda Pilot SUV will make its debut at the 2015 Canadian International Auto Show on February 12. The all-new, eight-passenger Pilot SUV will raise the stakes in the mainstream three-row SUV segment with new technology, advanced safety, improved fuel economy and enhanced family utility and versatility.

The new Pilot represents a dramatic shift in design, while showcasing new standout technologies, versatility, and dynamics currently unavailable in the mainstream SUV segment. The redesigned Pilot SUV will further augment a Honda light truck lineup that includes the recently redesigned Canadian-made Honda CR-V and the all-new Honda HR-V crossover, launching this spring.

The original Honda Pilot was introduced in 2002 as the first mainstream eight-passenger SUV to feature car-like unitized body construction, delivering more refined driving dynamics, better fuel economy and superior cabin space in a family-oriented sport-utility vehicle.

Honda HR-V Compact SUV

All-new 2016 Honda HR-V crossover makes North American debut at 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show.

Who says you can’t have it all? The all-new 2016 Honda HR-V crossover, unveiled at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show, blends the styling of a coupe, the toughness, space and utility of a SUV and the quality of a Honda in one sporty, personal and versatile multi-dimensional vehicle. The well-equipped HR-V, launching at Honda dealerships across Canada next spring, will enter the fast-growing entry crossover market with dynamic yet refined exterior styling, fun-to-drive performance, anticipated class-leading fuel economy ratings and unmatched interior spaciousness and cabin versatility.

More space, like magic.
As your needs change, so can the HR-V. It offers one of the most spacious and versatile cabins in its class. Using its unique platform design with a centre-mounted fuel tank and reconfigurable second-row Magic Seat®, the completely new HR-V has interior space to spare along with a flexible cabin featuring multiple seating/cargo modes. With 2,835 litres of passenger volume (LX) and 1,665 litres of cargo volume with the second-row seats down, the HR-V has space to rival some competitors’ compact SUV offerings.

Coupe-like style.
Ride in style. The HR-V’s dynamic appearance and sporty, solid stance is aided by its coupe-like cabin shape and bold, powerful face. It’s complemented by distinctive side contours, including a sharply upswept character line, deeply sculpted lower body form and the strong horizontal taper of both the front and rear fascia. Concealed rear door handles further enhance its coupe-like appearance.

Premium on the inside.
Surround yourself with refinement. The HR-V’s sporty and sophisticated interior features an expansive, airy cockpit with an abundance of soft-touch materials and premium detailing, punctuated by precise bezels, sophisticated stitch lines and upmarket brushed chrome and piano black highlights - all fitting its mission as a youthful yet refined personal crossover vehicle. The driver’s instrument cluster features “floating” illumination rings and Honda’s ECO AssistTM feature, wherein the speedometer illumination changes from blue to green, depending on the fuel efficiency of the driver’s vehicle operation.

Ready to respond.
You’ll have plenty of get up and go when you need it. Power comes from a responsive 1.8-litre SOHC 16-valve 4-cylinder engine with i-VTEC® valvetrain and dual-stage intake manifold, producing a peak 138 horsepower at 6,500 rpm and 127 lb.-ft. of torque at 4,300 rpm (both SAE net). The engine is mated to a sporty and fuel-efficient continuously variable transmission (CVT) with Honda “G-design” shift logic, or a slick-shifting 6-speed manual transmission (2WD models only). The HR-V is available in either two-wheel-drive or all-wheel-drive drivetrain configurations. All-wheel-drive models feature Honda’s Real Time AWDTM with Intelligent Control SystemTM for outstanding all-weather traction and control. Driving efficiency, handling performance and cabin quietness are further aided by an aerodynamic shape and a lightweight yet rigid body structure with significant noise-insulating materials and design features.

Keeping safety in mind.
Safety is our top priority. In keeping with this commitment, the HR-V is expected to deliver top-in-class collision safety performance and incorporates Honda’s next-generation Advanced Compatibility Engineering™ (ACE™) front body structure, designed to more efficiently absorb and disperse the energy from a frontal collision. Standard safety and driver-assistive features include four-channel anti-lock brakes (ABS) with Brake Assist and Hill Start Assist; Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA®) with Traction Control; an expanded view driver’s mirror; a multi-angle rearview camera; and dual-stage, multiple-threshold front airbags, driver and front passenger Smartvent™ side airbags and side-curtain airbags for all outboard seating positions. The HR-V is anticipated to earn top collision safety ratings from the NHTSA (5-Star Overall Vehicle Score) and IIHS (Top Safety Pick).

Spoiling comes standard.
Every version has lots of things to love. Standard equipment on all HR-V models, available in LX, EX and EX-L trims, include heated front seats, power windows, power mirrors and power door and tailgate locks, electronic parking brake, rearview camera, aluminum-alloy wheels, tilt and telescoping steering wheel with audio and cruise controls, Bluetooth® HandsFreeLinkTM phone interface and Honda’s 7-inch touchscreen Display Audio telematics interface. Higher trim models can be equipped with premium features, including Honda LaneWatch™, smart entry with push-button start, paddle shifters (CVT only), SiriusXMTM, a power sunroof, embedded navigation, Forward Collision Warning (FCW), Lane Departure Warning (LDW) and leather trim.

Honda Ridgeline

All-new Honda Ridgeline Pickup to Debut Within Two Years

• Design sketch reveals styling direction for Next-Gen Honda truck
• Current Ridgeline production will end mid-2014

Markham, ON. – Dec. 10, 2013 – An all-new Honda Ridgeline pickup truck will come to the Canadian market in less than two years and, today, Honda shared a sketch expressing the new truck’s styling direction. Honda also confirmed that production of the current Ridgeline built exclusively by Honda Manufacturing of Alabama, LLC, in Lincoln, Alabama, will conclude in mid-2014.

Like the innovative first-generation model that earned 2006 Truck of the Year by Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC) and 2006 North American Truck of the Year honors after its spring 2005 debut, the next-gen Ridgeline is being designed and developed by Honda R&D Americas, Inc. at its Los Angeles and Ohio R&D centers.

The Honda Ridgeline broke new ground in the Canadian pickup market with its unique design featuring a spacious five-passenger cabin, smooth ride and handling, and half-ton truck capability. The first truck of its kind to be built on a closed-box unibody platform, the Ridgeline introduced innovative new features to the pickup segment, such as its large In-Bed Trunk® and dual-action tailgate.

Honda FCEV Concept

Honda FCEV Concept Makes World Debut at Los Angeles International Auto Show

• Sleek and aerodynamic, 5-passenger Honda FCEV Concept expresses
  potential styling direction for next-generation Honda fuel cell-electric vehicle
  launching in 2015

• Next generation Honda FCEV promises significant gains in real-world
  performance, cost reduction, efficiency, packaging and appeal, including
  more than 480 km (300-mile) driving range

LOS ANGELES, CA (November 20, 2013) – The sleekly styled Honda FCEV Concept, made its world debut today at the Los Angeles International Auto Show. The concept expresses a potential styling direction for Honda’s next-generation fuel-cell vehicle anticipated to launch in the U.S. and Japan in 2015, followed by Europe.

Showcasing exciting and modern styling, the Honda FCEV Concept features sweeping character lines underscored by an ultra-aerodynamic body. The Honda FCEV Concept also delivers ample passenger space and seating for 5-passengers thanks to new powertrain packaging efficiencies.

Next Generation Honda Fuel Cell-Electric Vehicle

Honda’s next generation fuel cell-electric vehicle launching in 2015 will feature the world’s first application of a fuel-cell powertrain packaged completely in the engine room of the vehicle, allowing for efficiencies in cabin space as well as flexibility in the potential application of FC technology to multiple vehicle types in the future.


Think sub-compact vehicles can’t do it all? Think again. Introducing the GEAR Concept Study Model. With a simple, clean design inspired by fixed-gear bicycles, it represents a completely new way of looking at sub-compact vehicles.

GEAR was designed to meet the demands of younger drivers living in the city. It’s compact and stylish, while still being functional and fun to drive. Simply put, it embodies everything you could ask for from a sub-compact, while sporting a unique design you’d be thrilled to drive.

This concept is currently not slated for production.