In 1968, Saracakis Group of Companies became the Official Importer-Distributor of Honda passenger cars and parts for the Greek market.
Honda is currently the fourth-largest vehicle manufacturer in the world. It operates in 150 different markets globally. Models such as the Civic, the Accord, the CR-V and the HR-V are best-sellers in many regions: the Accord has been America’s best-selling car over the past four decades – a truly remarkable record that will be tough to beat.
Honda’s founder, Soichiro Honda, was always dreaming of the future, and at the same time he was creating it. His dream started when he first saw a car. He dedicated the rest of his life to making it a reality.
Throughout the years, drawing on the experience gained from its very successful participation in Formula 1 World Championship, the highest level of motorsports, Honda has been creating cars featuring innovative technologies and offering high safety standards for both drivers and passengers – along with the distinctive design, high practicality, excellent driveability, and of course the unmatched trustworthiness Honda is known for.
Honda has committed to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 as part of its environmental initiatives and this is one of its leading priorities as a manufacturer of modern mobility products. Unified under e:TECHNOLOGY branding, the line-up represents Honda’s ambition to provide the European market with a full range of electrified mobility and energy products suitable for modern lifestyles.
As a part of its “Electric Vision” strategy, after the CR-V Hybrid, Honda launched the Honda e, and also the Jazz e:HEV and Jazz e:HEV Crosstar, the first of its six electrified mainstream models that are expected to be launched in Europe by 2022. One more anticipated model is the HR-V e:HEV, a special compact SUV featuring a coupe-style design that will be available in Greece at the end of 2021. Within 2022, a new compact SUV, the new Civic e:HEV and an electric (BEV) model are the next to come.