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Old 13 Jul 2004, 01:09 am
moses schmidt
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I think some time ago there was a thread about the 'European' Accord
Estate(or Tourer ) as compared to its competition (e.g. Volvo, Citroen,
Renault) Perhaps it was another newsgroup, but I can't seem to find it.
Anyway, what explains its lack of the succes that it seems to deserve. Is
there a general reason to stay away from it?
Mo


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Old 13 Jul 2004, 04:42 pm
Stewart DIBBS
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"moses schmidt" <mos23@sncf.org> wrote in message
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> ... the 'European' Accord Estate(or Tourer ) ... what explains its lack

of the succes that it seems to deserve. Is
> there a general reason to stay away from it?


Likely the market wanted a small high roof minvan rather than a station
wagon. Most European makes have them.
Even Honda can misread the market trends.

Stewart DIBBS



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