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Old 01 Sep 2010, 10:00 am
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Default Fit: Honda Reaches 300,000 Units in Cumulative Global Sales of Hybrid Vehicles

Honda Motor Co., Ltd. today announced that global sales of Honda hybrid vehicles passed the 300,000 unit mark on a cumulative basis at the end of January 2009, since the introduction of the first-generation Insight in November 1999.


Full details are available at the Honda Motor Co. Ltd. media Web site at: http://www.hondanews.info/en/auto/.

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