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How the 2019 Toyota RAV4 stacks up

2019 Toyota RAV4 vs Forester vs Honda CR-V vs Nissan Rogue - Roadshow

2019 Toyota RAV4 vs Forester vs Honda CR-V vs Nissan Rogue – Roadshowhttps://www.cnet.com/roadshow/news/2019-toyota-rav4-subaru-forester-suv-crossover-new-york/?ftag=CAD1acfa04&bhid=27170905380744054130315685538756The new Toyota RAV4, particularly in Adventure trim, has a newfound aggression and masculinity in its styling that is really refreshing. For the first time, maybe ever, it looks like something you’d want to try and take off-road like its larger sibling, the body-on-frame 4Runner. Its exterior dimensions are almost identical to that of the Honda CR-V, with the exception of having a slightly longer wheelbase.

Honda set to unveil four adorable robot concepts at CES with facial interactions, more

Honda set to unveil four adorable robot concepts at CES with facial interactions, more | 9to5Toys

Honda set to unveil four adorable robot concepts at CES with facial interactions, more | 9to5Toyshttps://9to5toys.com/2017/12/08/honda-ces-robots/This week Honda unveiled its CES 2018 preview, detailing a four-some of uber cute robotic concepts that it hopes to bring to consumers before long. While Honda is largely known for its automotive wing, the brand has an extensive history in robotics and it’s bringing that expertise to the home. The four-piece CES preview includes a companion robot, a pair of mobility devices and an off-road vehicle.

2017 Honda Civic Type R: Forbidden fruit no more

2017 Honda Civic Type R Release Date, Price and Specs - Roadshow

2017 Honda Civic Type R Release Date, Price and Specs – Roadshowhttps://www.cnet.com/roadshow/auto/2017-honda-civic-type-r-preview/This, dear readers, has been a long time coming. The 2017 Honda Civic Type R is finally here. Honda’s been making lightweight, race-ready Type R versions of its cars for about 25 years now, with the Civic first getting the nod in 1997. Those cars have shown up in Japan, Europe, Australia and… basically everywhere but the US of A.

Honda’s amazing self-balancing motorcycle defies gravity

by Roberto Baldwin @ engadget.com

Honda’s bike doesn’t just help a person keep a bike upright, though. The motorcycle also keeps its self upright, even without a rider. The researchers realized that if a bike can stay upright on its own, then why not allow the bike be able to drive itself, so it did. If you’re thinking that Honda has outfitted their research bike with gyroscopes, though, you would be mistaken. Instead the company has taken its Uni-Cub mobility research and applied it to a real-world problem.

Honda Minimoto Sport Racer Bike

This is a toy? Where were these when we were growing up? =) Toy Quest’s Honda Minimoto Sport Racer Bike is as real as real can get! Although maxing out at a mere 10mph, this electric bike features real pneumatic tires, front, side and rear safety reflectors, maximum weight limit of 175 lbs, a “quick charging” system, variable speed control, a welded steel frame and a complete set of tools for quick and easy adjustments to the bike. [From i4u]

ROBODEX 2000, Nokia 9210

Sony has just developed the perfect companion for your dog, a robot human! The SDR-3X will be displayed at ROBODEX 2000, the world’s first exhibition of “Robots as Partner” from November 24-26 in Yokohama, Japan. Honda, on the other hand, unveiled a more sophisticated 1.2m-high robot, the Asimo. Nokia’s latest 9210 Communicator offers full-color screen with 4096 colors, Mobile email, Word, Spreadsheet, Presentation viewer, High speed WWW and WAP, and Mobile multimedia.