Honda hasn't said much about the European Accord lately but a new report is indicating the company will soon decide whether or not to build a new model.

Honda hasn't said much about the European Accord lately but a new report is indicating the company will soon decide whether or not to build a new model.

Speaking to Car Advice, Honda Australia director Stephen Collins said “I would expect a decision on Accord Euro in the next month or so." There's no word on which direction the company is leaning but Collins told the website "I can guarantee you that we’re fighting to keep our two Accord strategy going because it’s been hugely successful for us. So if there is one that becomes available then we’ll absolutely be going for it.”

While Collins said a lot of details are still up in the air, he confirmed the model would not be based on the Acura TLX or Chinese-spec Spirior. We he went on to say even if the model is approved it would be unlikely to arrive until 2016 at the earliest.

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