16: Turbo Engines
Turbocharging seems to be the way of the future, at least for the interim until electric cars become the norm. Honda is only one of the companies that have been turbocharging four cylinders for the past couple of years. While this practice isn’t frowned upon, it’s also no replacement for displacement (via Axle Addict).
The turbocharged engines are more costly to fix, and that deviates away from the Honda philosophy and reputation. These cars were cheap to maintain and fix, and now they are becoming more complicated. The guys at Honda need to steer clear of turbocharging and return to the joy of a high-revving naturally aspirated motor.