DEARBORN – Unveiling to the press the company’s third hybrid-electric vehicle for the U.S. market here, American Honda Motor Co. Inc. officials – obviously committed to fuel-saving HEV technology – remain guarded about diesel engines for North America. Dan Bonawitz, vice president-Automobile Corporate Planning & Logistics, tells Ward’s in an interview following a press preview of the new Accord Hybrid that although Honda is aware auto makers such as Mercedes-Benz AG and Volkswagen AG ...
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