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The Honda Accord, the most popular luxury car in Canada, has an incredible amount of options.
But for many, getting it serviced and inspected by a Honda car service is like a dream come true.
That’s because it’s a relatively new model, and it hasn’t been out in the field for a long time.
But now it’s back in service.
Honda says it’s working with more than 1,000 Honda dealers in Canada to roll out the first-ever automated service, which will start at dealers in Toronto.
The service is being called Automated Service Center.
It will be powered by a machine called the HPDO.
The HPDo is a hybrid of a car and a motorcycle, which means it can do things like automatically take care of things like engine problems, air bags, brake fluid, and other items that don’t require any human interaction.
The Honda Accord is not the first vehicle in Canada that’s been given this service, but Honda says the service is its first.
“We want to be able to offer the service to our dealers, and we also want to give our dealers a new opportunity to make that experience better,” said Honda Canada president and CEO, Doug Smith.
“That’s why we’re starting with these new vehicles.
We want to build a customer-first experience.”
The service will be conducted in two phases.
First, the Honda dealerships will be asked to provide their customers with a phone number for the service.
This phone number will be used to make the request.
The dealership then will take delivery of the vehicle, take the service report, and send it to a Honda service center in Toronto where a technician will check it over.
The service center then will perform the repairs.
After that, the vehicle will be inspected and sent to a technician in Toronto who will perform a complete inspection and repair.
Then the vehicle can be sent to another Honda dealer.
Once the car is back in the service center, it can be returned to its original Honda dealer for a service fee of $250.
The Honda service centre will also send a customer service letter.
“The service center is responsible for making sure the customer understands the options available to them and they understand the benefits and benefits of a Honda Accord service,” said Smith.
Honda is partnering with Ontario’s Ministry of Transportation to provide the service, with the help of its partner agency, Ontario’s Automotive Repair Program.
The Ontario Motor Vehicle Act makes it an offence for a person to engage in any act of commercial mischief.
“If you’ve done anything wrong, we’re asking you to report it to the nearest police station or municipal police,” said police spokeswoman Catherine Foy.
She says police have received complaints of people breaking into cars with the intent to damage them, but there are no specific charges laid.
The ministry is also encouraging customers to contact the Honda service office directly, and to check the Honda website and the Honda dealership’s website to see if there’s a Honda Service Center in their area.