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Best Awards for Honda Accord and HR-V at 2019 QCOTY

Doha Marketing Services Company WLL (DOMASCO), the exclusive distributor of Honda cars in Qatar, has announced that Honda Accord and Honda HR-V won the Best Sedan and Best Crossover respectively, at the recently held 2019 Qatar Car of the Year Awards (QCOTY).

The annual awards ceremony was organised by Maqina, a leading automotive magazine in the Middle East, and recognises automotive achievements in Qatar. Vehicles are put through vigorous testing and an expert jury from the automotive field judges the cars based on design, performance, safety, innovation and fuel consumption.

Speaking on the occasion, Faisal Sharif, Managing Director of DOMASCO, said they were not surprised that three Honda models were nominated at the QCOTY and that two were actually awarded as the best in their respective segments.

DOMASCO always strives to offer the best cars to clients in different categories, in order to meet the ever-evolving needs and expectations of the market.’

Aside from the Honda Accord and the Honda HR-V, the flagship Honda Pilot was also nominated as the Best Family SUV.

10th Generation Honda Accord

Upscale and sophisticated – the 10th generation Accord design strongly advances the emotional and aspirational appeal of Accord. The award-winning car takes an entirely new approach to performance with its two-new direct-injected VTEC® Turbo 4-cylinder engines with dual VTC – a 1.5-litre 16-valve inline-4 and a 2.0-litre 16-valve DOHC inline-4. The 1.5-litre turbo is mated to a Honda continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) with G-Shift Control. The new 2.0-litre turbo is mated to a smooth, responsive Honda-designed 10-speed automatic, the first of its kind for a front-wheel-drive car.

Honda Accord

This generation of Accord has received numerous  safety improvements and driver assistive features, beginning with its next-generation Advanced Compatibility Engineering™ (ACE™) body structure, and the application of Honda Sensing®, as standard equipment on EX Turbo and 2.0T Sport trims. The car features a larger, more premium and tech-savvy interior that compliments its elegant new body design and more refined and athletic driving character.

All-New Honda HR-V

The all-new Honda HR-V boasts a youthful vibe with unique styling touches. It features a responsive 140hp at 6,500 RPM and a torque of 172 N-m at 4300 RPM on a 1.8L i-VTEC petrol engine, which maximises economy and efficiency, achieving 16.9 km/l, on a tank of fuel. The HR-V is front-wheel drive, driven by a 7-speed fully-automatic CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission).

The car is equipped with a 6.8-inch Display Audio with Touchscreen (LX and EX Grades) with USB and HDMI ports, a Multifunction steering wheel, and automatic climate control.

Honda HR-V

Designed to adapt to your lifestyle, the HR-V gives you a clever, comfortable and spacious interior. A centrally-mounted fuel tank provides the HR-V with a huge boot and the novel 2nd – Row Magic Seats are further evidence of smart thinking. The 2nd – Row Magic Seats are designed to configure in lots of useful ways to increase its carrying capacity.

Customers  interested to test drive any of the Honda range can visit the Honda showroom at Khalifa Street near National Mosque and TV intersection, Saturday to Thursday from 8 am until 8 pm and on Friday from 4 pm to 8 pm.

Visit domasco.com for more information about the range of Honda cars available in Qatar. 

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