By Michael Ellis DETROIT, Oct 29 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co. Ltd. , in a bid to become a leader in car safety, on Wednesday said it will add several safety features as standard equipment on most of its vehicles sold in the United States by the end of 2006. "Currently, our image is very high in safety standards, right up there with Volvo and Mercedes," Dan Bonawitz, vice president of Honda's U.S. operations, told reporters on a conference call. "We want to make sure we take these steps to ...
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