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MENAFN - Muscat Daily - 11/06/2014
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(MENAFN - Muscat Daily) Honda's engineers have developed advanced technology to serve the needs of its drivers and their passengers by focusing on their comfort.

The ultimate goal is to reduce the size of space needed for machinery while still maintaining the best in functionality and safety. Honda has developed the exceptional Man Maximum, Machine Minimum' philosophy which maximises space available for people and minimises the space required for mechanical components. Commenting upon the new Honda's new design philosophy which has been introduced to Honda drivers across the sultanate, an Omaso's spokesperson said, ''The best thing we are hearing from our customers after a long journey is how comfortable and easy it was.

Now with Honda's unique new technology we are exceeding our customers' expectations by giving them more interior space than ever before. This is Honda's promise.'' Omasco the exclusive distributors of Honda vehicles in Oman have just announced the availability of the first new generation car to be fully Man Maximum, Machine Minimum' in the sultanate- the Honda City which is now available in all of its showrooms.

This innovative new concept was first introduced by Honda and was inspired by its philosophy to keep people first. The all-new City has enjoyed a complete redesign and boasts a spacious interior with outstanding fuel efficiency. It has superior rear legroom as well as increased head clearance and knee room.

The trunk space is also magnificent and is sure to appeal to customers who need to pack that little bit extra. Honda customers can enjoy the same benefits and features in the upcoming models as well. All Honda models are now governed by this trail blazing new philosophy which is sure to appeal to customers across Oman who enjoys travelling and the outdoors as they explore all the wonderful things the country has to offer. With additional space for those essential bits and pieces necessary for camping and picnics, Honda vehicles are transcending the traditional human-machine relationship and putting peoples comfort at the core of all of design


 






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