By Chang-Ran Kim, Asia autos correspondent TOKYO, May 29 (Reuters Life!) - At first it was single women. Then retiring baby-boomers. Now, Honda Motor has sniffed out another growing demographic of potential car buyers in Japan: the dog-lover. Japan's No.2 automaker is looking to win points with canine fans using a website that offers information on dog-friendly cafes and hotels, dimensions for its cars' cargo space for stashing cages, a rating system that ranks seat fabric for ease of ...
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