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Europe – Honda Accord axed


Honda will be stopping the production of the Accord across the Old Continent for good because of slow sales of the model. The Japanese based automaker Honda will be dropping the Accord from its European car lineup, as a company’s official has recently announced. The decision has been made after sales of the model have dropped and only in 2014 alone, ...
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