• RWDriver Posted: 4/26/2011 9:48am PDT

    This is supposed to be an media site and the writers here make such stupid grammatical mistakes... Please proof read these articles before posting! A writer should know the difference between there, their and they're.
    The writer writes "wondered how can you tell their new?" What the????? Shouldn't this be "wondered how can you tell they're new?", as in "they are"????????
    PLEASE! PLEASE! PLEASE! Train the writers on the differences...

  • ColtsChiefsTitans Posted: 4/26/2011 10:24am PDT

    Does the Zombie ad imply that people who drive Civics are zombies? i.e. not really alive? HMM....
    P.S., a REAL media site would employ a "Copy Editor" whose job it is to catch both grammatical errors as well as to improve clumsy wording and make suggestions on how to improve the piece. For example, our local high school yearbook has a student who serves as Copy Editor so the teacher doesn't have to do all of this work. I guess theCarConnection.com can't afford one.

  • fb_82100996 avatar Richard Posted: 4/26/2011 2:32pm PDT

    It's hard to tell in the ads that the car is in fact NEW. It looks exactly like the current/old one. Honda designers should have their (they're, there) heads examined. : )

  • Matt Posted: 4/26/2011 2:51pm PDT

    The harder Honda tries to harder it fails/falls :-)

  • hiptech Posted: 4/26/2011 3:30pm PDT

    So, this is what Honda has become... appliances. I say this because even as most Honda ads show (or fail to) it's not about the car anymore.
    Case in point, Hondas have become so mediocre and banal the best they can do is hire an ad agency to employ insipid and irrelevant commercials that speak nothing of product but showcase irrelevant crap with zero value for everyone except the ad agency.
    There was a time when cars were worth driving, owning and lusting after. Now most companies (with rare exception) make and market vehicles with difference.
    Honda, stop insulting us and wasting money on crap ads and improve your cars. Hyundai is eating your lunch! Once Honda built great cars, now... buying a refrigerator has never been so exciting.

  • Dan Posted: 5/8/2011 6:50pm PDT

    I lived through the 1980s with terrible American made automobiles. When I bought my first Honda Accord in 1982, I caught hell from people about quality and resale value. I have owned a total of 8 Hondas, and have been very satisfied with all of them; my favorite is the 2008 EX-L Civic. Honda has gone the way GM did (Lazy) 30 years ago with this two bit ugly a** 2012 Civic. The 2012 Civic was a definite step backwards. I took a chance buying a Honda in 1982 and now I plan to take a chance on buying the Hyundai Elantra. I love the looks of the 2011 Elantra…the 2012 Civic styling looks like an old used car to me.

  • driver1 Posted: 5/11/2011 1:31pm PDT

    People on here seem to be so stuck on grammatical errors that I think they've missed the point. ai wundor if diz iz durivin dem karayzee?