Honda Automobile West Africa on Tuesday presented Nigerian-built 2023 Honda HR-V Crossover SUV to DG NADDC.
The tech-filled vehicle was produced in Otta, Ogun State and is designed with versatility and precision for Nigerian roads.
NADDC notes that the Nigerian-built Honda vehicles are of the same standards as those produced anywhere in the world.
Nigerian-built 2023 Honda HR-V Crossover is the brand’s smallest SUV and the its most affordable vehicle.
HR-V Subcompact Crossover is positioned below Honda’s larger SUVs, including the CR-V, Pilot and Passport.
The Honda Management team led by the Managing Director, Mr Takashi Nakajima, on Tuesday 30th May, 2023, presented the new Nigerian-built Honda HR-V subcompact SUV to the DG NADDC, Jelani Aliyu, at the Council’s Headquarters in Abuja.
The tech-filled, Nigerian-built 2023 Honda HR-V Crossover is the brand’s smallest SUV and its most affordable vehicle. HR-V is positioned below Honda’s larger SUVs : the CR-V, Pilot and Passport.
While making a demonstration of the vehicle, Mr Remi Adams, the company’s Sales Manager, explained that the vehicle was produced in Otta, Ogun State and is designed with versatility and precision for Nigerian roads.
In his remarks, Mr Jelani Aliyu said :
“This is yet another milestone for the Nigerian Automotive Sector, these Honda vehicles are of the same standards as any high quality vehicle produced anywhere in the world, and we will continue to support local production in line with the NAIDP, the National Automotive Industry Development Plan.”
He added :
“The NAIDP is a set of fiscal and non-fiscal incentives, programs and initiatives to support exponential growth in the production of world-class automobiles in Nigeria, such as this new 2023 Honda HR-V, in the march towards creating 1 million jobs in the Nigerian Auto sector.”