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Hybrids Coming to Korean Market

24 August 2005

JoongAng Daily. Honda will introduce the Accord Hybrid to South Korea early next year.

The car currently is in the test-driving phase after passing the Korean government’s tests on safety, emissions and noise levels earlier this month.

Toyota has announced that it will introduce the Lexus RX 400h hybrid into the country next August.

Hyundai, Korea’s largest automaker, which previously provided the Ministry of Environment with 50 units of the Click, its first hybrid compact sedan, plans to supply another 350 units of the MC Hybrid, the new version of the Verna sedan.

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