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Fri, Jan 12 2018

Motorcycling: Puig appointed Repsol Honda team boss

LONDON Former racer Alberto Puig has been appointed manager of MotoGP champions Repsol Honda following the departure of Livio Suppo last year.

Honda China December vehicle sales up 6.2 percent year-on-year

SHANGHAI/BEIJING Honda Motor Co's sales in China rose 6.2 percent in December from a year ago to 141,195 vehicles, after climbing 11.3 percent in November, the company said on Thursday.

Honda China December vehicle sales up 6.2 pct y/y

SHANGHAI/BEIJING, Jan 4 Honda Motor Co's sales in China rose 6.2 percent in December from a year ago to 141,195 vehicles, after climbing 11.3 percent in November, the company said on Thursday.

Honda considers developing all solid-state EV batteries

TOKYO Honda Motor Co is considering developing all solid-state batteries for electric vehicles (EVs) as a growing number of global automakers look to come up with powerful, next-generation car batteries to reduce vehicle emissions.

UPDATE 1-Honda considers developing all solid-state EV batteries

* More powerful batteries needed as carmakers sell more EVs (Adds Honda comment, details)

Honda, Nissan developing solid-state batteries for EVs -report

TOKYO, Dec 21 Japan's Honda Motor Co and Nissan Motor Co are developing all solid-state batteries for electric vehicles (EVs), Kyodo News reported on Thursday.

American Honda says ruptured Takata airbag led to death in Louisiana

Honda Motor Co's North American unit and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration confirmed on Tuesday that a ruptured airbag inflator of Takata Corp used in a Honda Civic caused the death of the driver on July 10.

American Honda says ruptured Takata airbag led to death in Louisiana

Dec 19 Honda Motor Co's North American unit and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration confirmed on Tuesday that a ruptured airbag inflator of Takata Corp used in a Honda Civic caused the death of the driver on July 10.

BRIEF-American Honda Motor Says Confirmed Rupture Of Takata Airbag Inflator In Baton Rouge

* AMERICAN HONDA MOTOR CO INC SAYS CONFIRMED RUPTURE OF TAKATA AIRBAG INFLATOR IN BATON ROUGE, LA

BRIEF-Yachiyo Industry updates sale of automobiles business to Honda Motor

* Says co plans to set up a new subsidiary as successor preparatory company on Dec. 18, and to divest and transfer automobiles business to it on March 1, 2018

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