Honda, renowned for a motorcycle manufacturer, developed its car manufacturing business quickly under the charismatic management and leadership of Soichiro Honda, who provided an enterprise spirit which was referred to as Honda-ism. Solely, it has been expanding cars of varying body size and engine capacity, such as from light cars “Life” to 3.7 liter V6 powered luxury sedan “Legend”, but manufacturing almost no commercial vehicle line-ups. They neither sell taxi-like cars in overseas market nor in the domestic market. The reason for this strategy lies with the brand image. Furthermore, although it is well known for F1 events, in recent years it has been symbolized by the hit of “Odyssey”, and has become locally known as a specialist manufacturer of minivan. After the second generation “Insight”, Honda is active in line-up expansion of hybrid vehicles. Instead of having partnership with other manufacturers as is the trend, Honda has pursued its own route. Apart from car business, Honda is the top in Japan for motorcycles and it has also ventured in humanoid robot and business jet technologies.
Pre-ship inspection Insurance
Nearest port :
Pre-ship inspection is required for the selected country. Pre-ship inspection fee will be included in the total price.
*Regulation in Kenya is changed* Local marine insurance (not a Japanese insurance company) is now required. Please use a registered insurance company in Kenya.
Please select if Pre-ship inspection is required by your country regulation to import to your country.
!If you do not have a login ID, please register for free first.
A Log-in Seal is a unique text that you select to help protect your account from phishing websites. Phishing (fraudulent) websites imitate legitimate websites. These websites are designed to steal your password and your personal information. After creating a Text Log-in Seal for your computer, you can make sure you're on the legitimate tradecarview.com site each time you log in to tradecarview. Simply check whether the customized text is displayed on the tradecarview.com webpage. If you do not see it, you may have accessed a fake tradecarview site.