Honda Avancier*: il nuovo SUV presentato al Salone di Pechino 2016

(*Avancier è il nome che Honda ha scelto per SUV di segmento C, derivato dall’allungamento della HR-V, che sembrava dovesse chiamarsi U-RV )


Honda Exhibits World Premiere of All-New Avancier SUV at the 14th Beijing International Automotive Exhibition (Auto China 2016)

Honda Motor (China) Investment Co., Ltd., a wholly-owned Honda subsidiary in China, today exhibited the world premiere of the all-new SUV model, Avancier (Chinese name: Guandao/Guandao) at Auto China 2016*. The all-new Avancier will become Honda’s top-of-the-line model in China.

The all-new Avancier was developed as Honda’s new flagship SUV model in China, which features a spacious cabin and high-quality driving experience. For the first time among all models sold by Honda in China, Avancier is equipped with a 2.0-liter turbo engine that realizes a dynamic driving experience. Moreover, Avancier is equipped with the Honda SENSING™ suite of advanced safety and driver-assistive technologies. Adopting such advanced technologies of Honda, the all-new Avancier SUV will provide customers with further enhanced joy of mobility.

The all-new Avancier will go on sale before the end of 2016 from Guangqi Honda Automobile Sales Co., Ltd., a sales subsidiary of Guangqi Honda Automobile Co., Ltd.


In addition to all-new Avancier, Honda will exhibit the all-new Civic (Dongfeng Honda Automobile Co., Ltd. product) which was recently introduced on April 12, 2016, as well as the all-new Accord Hybrid (Guangqi Honda product) which will be the first hybrid model Honda will produce locally in China.

  • Comments by Takahiro Hachigo, President, Chief Executive Officer and Representative Director of Honda Motor Co., Ltd.:
    “We are so grateful that our sales in China reached the 1 million unit-milestone in 2015. We view 2016 as a year for us to make another leap forward. We will begin local production of our hybrid vehicle and turbo engines and further accelerate the localization of our business. Honda will continue taking on new challenges in China.”