NEW YORK – “Surf’s up, dude!” American Honda Motor Co. Inc. is expecting that phrase to be part of the daily vocabulary for potential buyers of the Japanese auto maker’s latest production vehicle for the North American market. The Honda Element is an all-new light truck based on the boxy Model X concept vehicle and unveiled for the media Wednesday at the New York International Auto Show. The Element springs from the Civic platform and will be assembled in Honda’s East Liberty, OH, plant. ...
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