Turkey attack from Honda for new Sedan

Honda’s sedan family will be completed with the Accord and City models, which will come to Turkey with gasoline and automatic transmission options.

According to Honda Turkey’s statement on the subject, the company is expanding its product range with the aim of offering a sedan model suitable for every need and demand. With its growing dimensions and high equipment level, Honda City will be in the Turkish market in September 2021, and Honda’s D segment sedan model Accord in October.

With the two models that will come to Turkey with gasoline and automatic transmission options, Honda’s sedan family will be completed. Honda Turkey, which will have a wide range of products in the sedan segment, will strengthen its claim in the segment with the release of these models.

According to the statement, Honda City will stand out for those who want to make a smart choice in the price-performance balance. Honda City reveals the comfortable and modern side of the model with its high luggage volume, one-button operation, 8-inch multimedia screen, 16-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights. Offering performance and comfort together with its new 1.5 liter VTEC engine and CVT transmission, Honda City will present the Honda difference to its users with its safety equipment.

Honda Accord, which is the best selling sedan model in the USA, will be presented to customers as a prestige model with its technology, standard equipment and performance in the luxury segment in Turkey. Combined with the modern and sporty design of the Honda Accord, the 1.5L VTEC Turbo 190 hp engine will also make a difference in the D segment. In addition to its strong structure and interior comfort, it will meet the expectations of those who prefer luxury segment vehicles with features such as Honda SENSING, which attracts attention in remote start, exterior lighting and safety equipment.

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