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Report – Honda aims to increase Chinese sold models


A report coming from Japan’s Nikkei newspaper reveals that Honda is keen on increasing its model tally in China – actually more than doubling the number of nameplates available in the world’s largest auto market. While the Japanese brands are on the rise, their sales still lag behind rivals like General Motors or Volkswagen AG – after in the recent past ...
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Two Honda Concept cars announced for Beijing
The 2014th edition of the Beijing Motor Show will see the debut of two brand new Honda concept cars. The Japanese based car manufacturer Honda will be officially presenting to the ...
Honda produced its 20 millionth car in the U.S.
Honda announced that it produced its 20 millionth vehicle in the United States since it began building cars in Ohio more than 30 years ago. Honda’s plant in Marysville, Ohio, built ...
Honda Yuasa Racing Civic Tourer BTCC unveiled
Honda Yuasa Racing has officially published the first official images with the new Civic Tourer, which will be competing in the BTCC, this year. The new Civic Tourer BTCC has been ...
Japan: Honda’s double premiere – appoints its first foreign and female top executives
As it looks to finally catch up with the competing Japanese automakers, Honda has announced that the first foreign and first female executive will join its group of all-male board ...
Super Bowl 2014: Bruce Willis promotes Honda safety
Honda, which wasn’t on the known roster of automakers that decided to showcase their prowess during this year’s Super Bowl, made a surprise hit return in an ad featuring the ...
US: Honda hits export milestone
Highlighting efforts by major Japanese auto makers to expand their North American operations, Honda Motor announced its US vehicle exports last year exceeded its Japanese imports for the first time. Honda ...
Honda shows its concept cars for Tokyo Auto Salon
Honda has recently announced its plans to introduce several concept cars at the Tokyo Auto Salon. According to the car manufacturer, the first Honda concept car to be unveiled in Tokyo ...
Honda would raise pay if profit goes up as well
Executive Vice President Tetsuo Iwamura said the Japanese automaker will set pay based on reaching profitability targets, rather than government directives on how fast to increase compensation. The announcement came as ...
Honda claims US retail sales leadership
Honda has traditionally focused its marketing efforts on the retail side of the market and there, it claims, it has been gaining ground. The Japanese brand claims to now be the ...

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