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Honda's lower-CO2 Accord unveiled at Geneva

Honda is renewing its bit to win over user choosers with a revised version of the Accord unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show.

Higher equipment levels, and crucially, lower CO2 emissions on both manual and automatic diesel models should make them far more attractive propositions as company cars.

The 150bhp diesel manual version has CO2 emissions of 138g/km - two BIK tax bands lower than before - while automatic versions now emit less than 160g/km.

Standard equipment across the range includes Bluetooth integration, 17-inch alloy wheels, MP3/iPod connectivity, cruise control and dual-zone climate control.

Ollie Parsons, national leasing and SMR manager, at Honda said: “This sharpened engine range is yet another step in our determination to reduce the combustion engine’s environmental impact without sacrificing on refinement or performance of the car."


 


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