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Honda Expanding Presence in Iran
Economy, Auto

Honda Expanding Presence in Iran

Japanese car manufacturer Honda's product portfolio will be completely available in Iran by the end of this year, according to a company official. Hadi Noori, sales manager of Golrang Motor Family, told Persian Khodro, an Iranian e-magazine, that Honda's CR-V and Accord models are already available in Iran's market and with the addition of several new cars, including Accord Hybrid, the product portfolio of Honda will be complete. Golrang Motor Family says it is the representative of Honda's sales and after-sales services in Iran.  "One of our main targets in the current year is to increase the number of our branches throughout the country," he said. "We have six branches right now and we have planned to raise this number to 14 by the end of this year." Noori announced that two new branches of Golrang Motor Family will be opened in Tehran this week. The company is selling Honda Accord EXL, Accord EXB, CR-V EXL and CR-V Touring.

 

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