Honda Motors

Honda Motors

  • Submitted By: pritvi85
  • Date Submitted: 01/07/2009 10:38 PM
  • Category: Business
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Type: Public
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Employees: 178,960
Employee growth: 7.0%
"Accord"ing to Honda, you might be in your Element if you buy a Ridgeline. Honda is Japan's #3 automaker (after Toyota and Nissan) and the world's largest motorcycle producer. The company's car models include the Accord, CR-V, Civic, Element, and Ridgeline, as well as gasoline-electric hybrid versions of the Civic and Accord. Honda's line of motorcycles includes everything from scooters to superbikes. The company also makes a line of ATVs and personal watercraft. Honda's power products division makes commercial and residential-use machinery (lawn mowers, snowblowers), portable generators, and outboard motors.
Key numbers for fiscal year ending March, 2008: 
Sales: $121,228.6M
One year growth: 28.6%
Net income: $6,060.4M
Income growth: 20.4%
President, CEO, and Director: Takeo Fukui
Chairman: Satoshi Aoki
Senior Managing Director and COO Production Operations, Risk Management Officer and General Supervisor Information Systems, and Director: Auto Lending

1) Accord Sedan

Ingeniously simple. Yet overflowing with luxury and technological creativity. All that and more in the Accord Sedan.
• Commanding full-size sedan presence
• High-Performance look and feel
• Wide-opening doors for ease of entry and exit
• Available 271-hp engine (V-6)
• Variable Cylinder Management™ (VCM®) offers both brisk acceleration and fuel efficiency (V-6)
• Choice of 5-Speed automatic or 5-speed manual transmission
• Supple leather-trim (EX-L) and plenty of interior room
• Available navigation system and Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®capability
• Dual-zone automatic climate control (EX-L)
All Models (

2009 Accord Coupe
Starting at $22,405[1]
31 mpg† 
Seating for 5
Engineered for excitement. 
2009 Accord...

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