ENGINEERING LX Sport EX EX-L Touring Engine Type In-Line 4-Cylinder In-Line 4-Cylinder In-Line 4-Cylinder In-Line 4-Cylinder In-Line 4-Cylinder Displacement 1799 cc 1799 cc 1799 cc 1799 cc 1799 cc Horsepower (SAE net) 141 @ 6500 rpm 141 @ 6500 rpm 141 @ 6500 rpm 141 @ 6500 rpm 141 @ 6500 rpm Torque (SAE net) 127 lb-ft @ 4300 rpm 127 lb-ft @ 4300 rpm 127 lb-ft @ 4300 rpm 127 lb-ft @ 4300 rpm 127 lb-ft @ 4300 rpm Redline 6700 rpm 6700 rpm 6700 rpm 6700 rpm 6700 rpm Bore and Stroke 81.0 mm x 87.3 mm 81.0 mm x 87.3 mm 81.0 mm x 87.3 mm 81.0 mm x 87.3 mm 81.0 mm x 87.3 mm Compression Ratio 10.6 : 1 10.6 : 1 10.6 : 1 10.6 : 1 10.6 : 1 Valve Train 16-Valve SOHC i-VTEC® 16-Valve SOHC i-VTEC® 16-Valve SOHC i-VTEC® 16-Valve SOHC i-VTEC® 16-Valve SOHC i-VTEC® Multi-Point Fuel Injection • • • • • Electric Parking Brake with Automatic Brake Hold … [Read more...] about 2019 Honda HR-V Specifications & Features
By Contributed Content | PUBLISHED: July 23, 2018 at 10:32 am | UPDATED: July 23, 2018 at 11:16 am By Deborah Paul, guest columnist Last Sunday, I arrived a few minutes late for a film being shown at the Palos Verdes Library called “Senior Entourage” starring Ed Asner, Helen Reddy, Charlie Robinson, Marion Ross and Mark Rydell. The bit of advertising I saw about about the $100,000-budgeted film hinted that some of the stars would be at the library showing. I was hoping Ed Asner would be there. About 17 years ago, I interviewed Asner with Olivia Hussey who were at a meeting with Malaga Cove-based director Bill Rieade about a movie called “Island Prey.” Asner didn’t dot his sentences with colorful expletives and was still inadvertently charming, while Hussey showed me how she could cry on cue using only one eye. Part of the elder set myself, “Senior Entourage” sounded like a fun flick. The film poster depicted a 1960-ish Cadillac convertible … [Read more...] about My Turn Column: The key to the clever dialogue in mockumentary ‘Senior Entourage’ — No script!
Living Parents must keep in mind safety features when selecting cars for their teenaged drivers By CATHY CUNNINGHAM Pioneer Press LinkedIn Google+ Pinterest Reddit Print Order Reprint of this Story July 23, 2018 03:00 AM Since things change so quickly in the auto market, could you help us out with a column on the best cars for new drivers? Our 18-year-old son has been saving to buy his first car (probably used). His budget is modest and his dreams are big. While the decision is ultimately his to make, we would love to hear some suggestions of safe, reliable and affordable cars for younger drivers. – Christy, Chicago To answer Christy's question, I turned to two organizations that are nationally recognized for their automotive safety expertise – the American Automobile Association (AAA) and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). AAA started me out with some startling statistics involving young drivers. According to the group, when … [Read more...] about Parents must keep in mind safety features when selecting cars for their teenaged drivers
Can we call it DoggyGate yet?Eh, probably not, despite the “raid” (or “unannounced sanitary inspection,” according to the state Department of Health) on the Hamilton Township Animal Shelter last week. The state found all manner of innocuous rule-breaking at the shelter, including missing medical records of dogs who were adopted out, euthanasia medication that was expired, and — this is truly shocking — keeping bird food around after adopting out a parrot. Yep. Old bird food lurking about. The horror! Of course, this “raid” comes on the heels of the town council — now led by Democrats — calling for a probe into the animal shelter, accusing (Republican) Mayor Kelly Yaede’s administration of mismanaging the budget and killing “innocent animals,” according to Rick Tighe, a councilman. Advertisement Yaede fired back when the council announced their plans, saying 13 animals had been put down so far this … [Read more...] about Hamilton Animal Shelter hoo-ha could give Mayor Kelly Yaede the heave-ho (JEFF EDELSTEIN COLUMN)
Mark Rudi Las Cruces Sun-News Published 12:12 p.m. UTC Jul 21, 2018 LAS CRUCES - With the amount of new players New Mexico State had last season, Aggie mens basketball coach Chris Jans had said the fans would need to get their programs out early in the season. NMSU fans will likely need to do that again early this upcoming season as the Aggies only have five returning players from last season's team and have seven who are brand new to the program. NMSU also has four players that either sat out for Division I transfer rules or redshirted last season. After the Aggies' 79-68 NCAA Tournament loss to Clemson last season, Jans said it was pretty evident they needed some more size. NMSU also lost its top rebounder from last season in reigning Western Athletic Conference Player of the Year Jemerrio Jones, who was one of the top rebounders in the country with 13.2 boards per game. More: New Mexico State basketball adds JUCO transfer Terrell Brown NMSU … [Read more...] about New Mexico State basketball features a lot of new players for 2018-19