MPV production to end in August
13 July 2009

Honda's FR-V MPV is to be phased out, the company has announced.

Production of the six-seater will be stopped this summer, with the last Honda FR-V expected to roll off the Japanese Suzuka production line in August.

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Honda does not intend to replace the FR-V; the company says it will be able to cover the market with the Insight and Jazz.

In the UK, 13,531 FR-Vs have been sold since it went on sale in 2004.

The FR-V will continue to be sold in the UK while stocks last, with prices starting from £16,700.

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