Google’s search engine has a problem.
The search engine is stuck with the question, “Which is better: Honda engines or Honda cars?”
It’s a classic problem.
Google’s search engines can be used to help you decide if you should buy a Honda or a Honda car.
For example, you could search for “Honda Civic” or “Hondas Civic” and Google would provide the answer “Hindos.”
But that search is a little cumbersome, and if you don’t know the answer, it’s very hard to tell if you’re getting the right answer.
Google says that it is fixing the problem by offering the Honda Civic as a substitute for Honda engines, but it’s not clear whether Honda will accept the offer.
Google says it’s “working on this issue,” but in an interview with Business Insider, a Google spokeswoman said, “The search engine will not be replacing Honda engines anytime soon.”
The company has not provided a reason why Honda has chosen to stop offering its engines as a replacement for its engines.
The company declined to comment for this story.
Google has been trying to fix the problem for several years, but the search engine’s latest announcement comes after Honda introduced a new, less expensive version of its engines, the Insight, in June.