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Tokyo Motor Show: We’d love more hybrids in Europe, says Honda


Honda is keen to increase the number of hybrids it sells in Europe, but is holding back from adding them while diesel reigns supreme throughout the continent.   "We have new hybrids coming through and would love to launch them in Europe, but Europe prefers diesels. It is not as keen on hybrids," says Toshihiro Mibe, the managing director of the development ...
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