From 2021, Honda will no longer supply diesel-powered models in Europe, reports Reuters . The step is part of plans to have a fully electrified model offering in 2025.
The cars of the Japanese brand with a diesel engine are gradually removed from the market from 2021 onwards. Rumors about this have been going on for some time.
In the Netherlands it is about the Honda Civic hatchback. In other countries, including Belgium, the Civic sedan and the HR-V are also available with a diesel engine.
Honda is the umpteenth brand that announces that it will stop using diesel engines in Europe. Previously Toyota, Suzuki and Porsche did the same.
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