Honda to pull the plug on the Euro-spec Accord in 2015 image

The Euro-spec Honda Accord will be discontinued next year as the company has recently announced.

One of the most popular vehicles with Honda fans, the Accord, will leave the production line in 2015. The announcement has been made by the company’s Australian director, Stephen Collins, who said that the Accord, in its European specification, will be discontinued next year. This will also happen for the models in Australia too and it seems that the last month of production for units sold in the Pacific country will be February.

The ninth generation of the Honda Accord has been introduced back in 2012, during the North American International Auto Show, in a concept form. The production version has been officially unveiled in September, the same year, and it went on sale in the United States in a sedan body style, being followed by the coupe in October. The Honda Accord is currently offered in two body styles, four-door sedan and two-door coupe, with a front engine and front-wheel drive layout, coming in with a choice of four engines, out of which the 3.0L V6 is aimed exclusively for China, and four transmissions. The model is currently produced in Ohio, in Japan, Thailand and China.