Honda to sell new compact car in the U.S.-paper

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TOKYO, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co will start selling a new 1,300 cc compact car in the United States to counter the growing popularity of cheap South Korean-made vehicles in its most important market, a newspaper said on Thursday. The Nihon Keizai business daily said the new model would be based on Honda's strong-selling Fit subcompact, also known as the Jazz. It will be priced from around $10,000, cheaper than the Civic -- currently the most popular small car in the U.S. for ...

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