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Believe it or not, Honda assembles a variety of motor related items such as cars, motorcycles, engines for various items, power equipment, robots (remember ASIMO?), mountain bikes, aircraft, and previously ATVs and solar cell. They also participate in motorsports in both two and four wheels and still active as of today. While Honda isn’t a part of any larger conglomerate, they are still a larger company and sell a sizable number of vehicles worldwide.
In this series, we shall discover vehicles built by Honda (cars, as including motorcycles would be a longer list) not sold in Japan. Acura vehicles would not be counted here. Before we start, current model line-up vehicles will be counted here and since Japan does not anymore dig pick-up trucks, they would not be listed here.
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From December 2001 until June 2008, the Mobilio (and the related Mobilio Spike) was only sold in Japan as a compact MPV but was discontinued and replaced by the Freed. The nameplate was revived in 2013 for the Indonesian market and is also sold in several ASEAN countries and in India.
Honda Odyssey (North America)
In 1999, the models sold in North America was different from the ones sold for the rest of the world. While the second generation NA model was sold in Japan as the LaGreat, starting August 2004 it remained exclusive to that region. The fourth generation model was exported to several countries like South Korea, UAE (both models for different regions are sold), and the Philippines, the latter place sold until 2015 where the Asian market Ody replaced it.
With the crossover SUV craze catching on North America, the Pilot uses a platform shared with the Odyssey minivan and Accord sedan as well as the Acura MDX SUV. Similar to several Japanese rivals, it is not marketed to the Japanese consumers and it is only available in North America, Middle East, and the Philippines.
Exclusively built for the Chinese market, the UR-V is positioned as their flagship SUV above the CR-V from October 2016 and is powered by either 1.5 or 2.0 turbocharged engines. Prior to this, the Avancier is a Japanese market only mid-size station wagon based on the Accord but was only sold from 1999 to 2003.
Sold only in India and South America, this Jazz based crossover uses the body of the hatchback but raised and has different styling to distinguish it further. Engine options are either a 1.2 diesel or a 1.5 gasoline and paired to a manual. Before anything else, this one meant as a Winsome Runabout Vehicle.
Another Honda vehicle only sold in China, the XR-V is essentially a HR-V/Vezel (the latter is sold in that country) with a different design in the front and back. This makes it five Hondas in which it is sold for the Chinese market only.