DETROIT -- For Honda Motor Co. Ltd. this year, it wasn't so much a matter of would one of its engines win -- it was which of its engines would win. The still very-independent-thank-you company prides itself on its reputation for standard-setting engine development, and 2002 finds Honda in a sweet spot, awash with a generation of great new engines. In the end, a hard-earned Ward’s 10 Best Engines win goes to the Acura upscale division's sparkling new DOHC I-4, boasting "intelligent" ...

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