Honda Motor Company said on Thursday it is recalling about 4.5 million more cars globally to replace air bag inflators made by supplier Takata Corp, the latest move in the Japanese automaker's efforts to deal with a safety scare that has see
Al-Futtaim Honda, a part of the Al-Futtaim Automotive Group in the UAE, has launched exciting deals across the model line-up.
The firm is offering discounts of up to Dh20,000 ($5,444), service plans of up to Dh12,000 and accessory
Honda Motor Company could see an impact on sales in Japan from its plans to recall some five million cars to replace potentially fatal air bags made by Japan's Takata Corporation, said a top executive.
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In a surprise move, Honda Motor Company said on Monday that CEO Takanobu Ito would step down in late June after six years in the top post, and will be succeeded by 55-year-old managing officer Takahiro Hachigo.
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Oman Marketing and Services Co, the distributors for Honda Cars in Oman, has launched the new 2015 Honda CR-V.
The new model, a fresh upgrade with customer friendly features, is now available across all Honda showrooms in the Sult
Honda Motor said it will expand an 'investigative' recall to replace potentially lethal Takata air bag inflators across the globe, taking the total Takata-related recall tally of all brands to more than 19 million since 2008.
Al-Futtaim Honda, exclusive distributor for Honda vehicles in the UAE, expects to post double digit growth in its fleet sales this year driven by positive business sentiment in the UAE, said a top official of the company.
Japanese automaker Honda plans to recall 3,469 vehicles in the UAE to fix a passenger-side airbag problem, a report said.
The recall includes its popular Civic and Accord brands, said the Emirates 24|7 report.
Omasco, the authorised distributor of Honda in Oman, has launched special promotions to celebrate the holy month of Ramadan with its customers.
The customers who purchase the Honda City 2014 model will enjoy fr
A year ago, Japan's Takata Corp, the world’s second-largest maker of auto safety parts, believed it had finally contained a crisis more than a decade in the making. It was wrong.
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