New honda range of cars, suvs, wagons, sedans, trucks prepared to consume LPG / Propane

    Soichiro Honda founded Honda Motor Company in October 1946. From an early age he became interested in cars, so he used to tune cars and participate in races using his friend's garage. Growing up, he decided to be in the automobile industry. Soon, his efforts paid off and he was awarded a contract to supply piston rings for the leading Toyota automaker. But unfortunately, he lost the contract because his products did not correspond to the required quality. He has been in several factories in Japan looking for ways to improve engine quality by producing efficient piston rings.

    Soon, he was able to find a highly automated process that could use unskilled workers to produce high quality piston rings. Toyota was impressed with its product and bought it in 1941. Then it created a company called Tokai Seiki to produce its products on a larger scale. Soon, Toyota bought 40% of the company and Soichiro and Toyota officials were able to establish a sustainable business relationship. But a series of calamities damaged much of his company and this forced Soichiro to sell the remaining parts of his company to Toyota. In 1946, he founded the Honda Technical Research Institute to sell custom bicycles with connected engines. He had only 12 employees working in an area of ​​170 square feet.

    From producing noisy scooters to making the best cars on the planet, Honda has made a lot of progress as a company. He was about to sell but returned very strong to become one of the biggest players in the international car market. It has earned its reputation as the world's largest motorcycle manufacturer since it was awarded this position in 1964. Today, you can not see many roads without seeing a Honda vehicle. Honda has become a global superpower in the automotive industry.

    Double Autonomy

    A new honda LPG / Propane Model of van in USA usually maintains the same gasoline system as the traditional version incorporating the LPG / Propane equipment

    Similar Price

    the honda LPG / Propane van has a price slightly higher than the gasoline version but lower than the diesel version

    Economic Savings

    Although it can be established that operating in LPG / Propane mode the vehicle consumes a little more than gasoline, the price of fuel has an interesting saving

    immediate recharge similar to gasoline

    The refilling from the supplier is carried out in a time comparable to that necessary for refueling gasoline. The system is, likewise, very simple and comfortable.

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    Maintenance savings due to cleaner fuel

    Being a cleaner system, catalytic converters, filters, "adblues" are eliminated, which reduces the possibility of mechanical breakdowns. Thus, for example, the service life of the oil increases with what it means for motor care

    No Restrictions in Cities or on days of prohibition

    The first cities begin to limit the access of diesel vehicles, in their restrictive regulations vehicles with LPG have access advantages

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  • 07/18/2016 Honda Civic ECO LPG will be launched with fuel in Turkey

    The new Civic ECO model will be launched this month in Turkey. The new Civic ECO will be completely integrated into the Honda Turkey plant through a commercial model DOEM (manufacturer of delayed equipment) using the GPL system of BRC Sequest Plug Drive, a sequential injection system for gaseous ports. The Sequent Plug Drive system is sold to several OEM customers around the world. Since 2011, Honda has been offering its customers in Turkey GPL aftermarket conversions for the Civic Sedan model through the dealer network of BRC Turkey. Due to strong demand and popularity, Honda began converting the Civic Sedan LPG version through a DOEM business model in 2015, with the local backing of 2A Mühendislik A.Ş. (2A), distributor of LPG systems in Turkey.

    "BRC has become a leading player in the LPG car conversion market in Turkey, given the reliability and maneuverability of its products," said Can Eroskay, Deputy General Manager of Customer Service at Honda Turkey. "Following the success of the Civic Sedan LPG, we believe that the new Civic ECO will have a strong demand from customers for the environmental benefits of LPG vehicles, without compromising the performance and quality that Honda brings." "Honda has been at the forefront of the alternative fuel market in Turkey," said Marco Seimandi, director of sales and marketing for the Automotive Division of Westport Fuel Systems. "Their commitment to use BRC's LPG system in the Civic ECO combined with 2A support will allow us to increase our participation in this growing market." According to the figures of WLPGA, Turkey has more than 4 million vehicles that work with Autogas and more than 10,000 LPG stations, which makes it the most powerful market in Europe and the largest population of Autogas vehicles in the world.