Honda, a popular motoring brand in Qatar exclusively distributed by Doha Marketing Services Company (Domasco), has announced that 80% of its models sold in the country have been rated ‘Excellent’ or ‘Very Good’ for fuel economy in accordance with the requirements stipulated by GCC standards.
One of the most important points to look at while purchasing a car, fuel efficiency can be a key factor while budgeting for a new car. To ensure that the customer knows this factor in detail, this sticker has been made mandatory on all vehicles sold in the country, thereby ensuring complete transparency to the customer, Domasco has said in a statement.
Honda’s lineup of models in the two categories is as follows: ‘Excellent’ - Accord 1.5, Accord Coupe 2.4, Civic 1.6, Civic RS 1.5T and CR-V 2.4; and ‘Very Good’ - Accord 1.5T and Odyssey 3.5. Faisal Sharif, managing director of Domasco, said: “As customers become more conscious of their fuel bills, we are extremely pleased that over 80% of the Honda range falls in the ‘Excellent’ and ‘Very Good’ categories, thereby ensuring our customers are driving the most fuel-efficient vehicles available in the country.
Combine this fact with Honda’s build-quality and technology features, customers can be rest assured that they are driving the very best of what Honda has to offer.”
Customers can purchase their new Honda at the showroom located on Khalifa Street near the National Mosque and TV Intersection. It is open from Saturday to Thursday, from 8am until 8pm, and on Friday, from 4pm to 8pm.
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