Honda Talk

Its been a while since I did a feature about other car makers and Hondas are a trending topic lately at carthrottle.com.

Besides being Hondas that were great to drive, the below pictured cars have earned their place as modern classics among the car world.

They existed during a time when Hondas were actually interesting up until the global ricer invasion occurred  sometime during the release of the first couple of Fast n’ Furious films arrived and Honda started to slwoly lose its path after the end of the NSX production.

The S2000 was perhaps on everybody’s list right before the 86 or BRZ was out but you know what? If you really treasure the S2000 or any of the below Hondas, then get one and keep it clean!

We just hope and cross our fingers, once again, that Honda would start to go back to its roots and build cars that are both interesting to drive and interesting to actually even look at as somebody needs to have a serious talk with their design department. We got a brief moment of hope after seeing what Honda’s present CEO is exhibiting as a matter of fact we need to check out on this guy again.

2006 Honda S2000

Teg-Type-R Honda-NSX-Blue

The below photos were fetched from an article on carthrottle.com that emphasizes the idea that these legendary Hondas ‘must’ stay in safe hands away from any form of ricer’y or boy-racer’y that tarnishes the image of Hondas.

They also covered a rant-like feature about why Hondas are hated by many, we all can assume why and a Honda Prelude was one of those cars many, here’s a couple of hints:

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Not to forget mentioning the mindless worship of VTEC:Fast-and-the-Furious-VTEC

Source: carthrottle.com

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