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Trident Awarded Legend Franchise by Honda

Saturday, 30 September 2006

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Trident is delighted to announce that it has been awarded the new Legend franchise by Honda. Trident's Managing Director, Richard Roberts, says:

Having driven the new Honda Legend, I was astonished at the new levels of technology being employed and delighted that this has been achieved without detracting from the driver's enjoyment. We are greatly looking forward to welcoming the Legend to Trident and to our customers.

Met Police buy 117 Civic Hybrids

Tuesday, 22 August 2006

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THE BIGGEST fleet deal for hybrid cars has been placed by the London Metropolitan Police.

The force has ordered 117 Honda Civic Hybrids which are being leased through the Lex 'Emergency Services VT fleet'.

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Honda takes to the sky

Wednesday, 26 July 2006

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Honda has announced its intention to enter the light aircraft market. The car maker plans on taking its first orders in the autumn for its HondaJet, which is designed as a five-passenger private aircraft. Honda is setting up a company in the US to launch the Jet and has formed an alliance with aviation manufacturer Piper Aircraft to collaborate on sales and service.

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Trident has released details of Honda's impressive new Honda Legend, and has purchased a new domain name to access it directly:

  • http://www.TheHondaLegend.co.uk/

Update: The Honda Legend is no longer available in the UK and the above website has now been ceased.

Honda develops new bio-fabric

Monday, 5 June 2006

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Honda has developed a plant-based material to be used as a fabric in car interiors. The new fabric offsets all CO2 emissions produced during the disposal stage of the car, through the CO2 absorption that occurs naturally during the growth of the plants that are used as raw materials.

The new fabric will be first introduced into Honda's new fuel cell vehicle, the Honda FCX, which will be launched within the next three years. Honda says that the fabric could be used for seat surfaces as well as for the interior surfaces of the car.

Honda FCX


Honda still tops in reliability survey

Wednesday, 22 March 2006

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Honda's S-2000 has come out on top for the second year running in the Auto Express Drive Power 2006 reliability survey. The study, which reveals the best and worst cars in the UK according to over 46,000 motorists, gave the S-2000 a satisfaction rating of 92.6%, beating off competition from the brand's other models the Accord and Jazz.

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A new webpage has been put together, to help MG Rover customers who are considering a Honda; this complements our existing page on advising customers on buying an MG Rover.

We will be continuing to service and repair MG Rover cars for many years to come.

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Trident now offers an all-makes parking aid solution, professionally fitted to your car for just £275 inc (price correct at time of going to press). For more details please contact our Service Department.

Honda reveals more on Honda FCX

Monday, 6 March 2006

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Honda has revealed more information on Honda FCX at the Geneva International Motor Show.

Another pointer to the direction of Honda's passenger car development is provided by the FCX Concept. This is more than a technology test bed and the advanced fuel cell technology is clothed in a stylish, dynamic bodyshell that offers outstanding space and in-cabin comfort.

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Honda unveils the new Civic Type R Concept at Geneva International Motor Show.

With a level of success way beyond Honda's initial expectations, the Civic Type R which ended production last year proved a smash hit among those seeking the thrills of a sporty, high performance car, yet still delivering a strong dose of practicality, and all at an affordable price.

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