Honda Quotes

Collection of top 42 famous quotes about Honda

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Honda Quotes By Larry Wall: I still drive my 1977 Honda Accord. The I still drive my 1977 Honda Accord. The paint is almost all worn off. It's still running. Larry Wall
Honda Quotes By Soichiro Honda: Man is not interesting without some imperfection Man is not interesting without some imperfection Soichiro Honda
Honda Quotes By Kenichi Ohmae: Nobody knows how Honda is organized, except that Nobody knows how Honda is organized, except that it uses lots of project teams and is quite flexible. Kenichi Ohmae
Honda Quotes By Soichiro Honda: 90% of success is failure. 90% of success is failure. Soichiro Honda
Honda Quotes By Richelle Mead: What the hell? I asked. Is this daring What the hell? I asked. Is this daring escape being sponsored by Honda? Richelle Mead
Honda Quotes By Michael M. Honda: In America, we take care of each other, In America, we take care of each other, we support one another, and we look out for our neighbors. — Michael M. Honda
Honda Quotes By Cliff Martinez: I work at home but average 15,000 to I work at home but average 15,000 to 18,000 miles per year on my Honda. — Cliff Martinez
Honda Quotes By Jonathan Maberry: My Honda revved, shuttered, and broke free of My Honda revved, shuttered, and broke free of the Chrysler. — Jonathan Maberry
Honda Quotes By Soichiro Honda: Many people dream of success. To me, success Many people dream of success. To me, success can only be achieved through repeated failure and introspection. — Soichiro Honda
Honda Quotes By Soichiro Honda: Success is ninety-nine percent failure. Success is ninety-nine percent failure. — Soichiro Honda
Honda Quotes By Soichiro Honda: If Honda does not race, there is no If Honda does not race, there is no Honda. — Soichiro Honda
Honda Quotes By Soichiro Honda: Success represents the 1% of your work which Success represents the 1% of your work which results from the 99% that is called failure. — Soichiro Honda
Honda Quotes By Henry Samueli: The Honda Center is a wonderful arena. And The Honda Center is a wonderful arena. And it's a great arena, not only for the NHL, but it would be a great arena for an NBA team. — Henry Samueli
Honda Quotes By Mike Rogers: Honda opened its first assembly line in Lincoln Honda opened its first assembly line in Lincoln in November 2001. — Mike Rogers
Honda Quotes By Soichiro Honda: Enjoying your work is essential. If your work Enjoying your work is essential. If your work becomes an expression of your own ideas, you will surely enjoy it. — Soichiro Honda
Honda Quotes By Soichiro Honda: The day I stop dreaming is the day The day I stop dreaming is the day I die. — Soichiro Honda
Honda Quotes By Soichiro Honda: Success is 99 percent failure Success is 99 percent failure

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Honda Quotes By Michael M. Honda: In America, the dreamers, the disabled and the In America, the dreamers, the disabled and the disadvantaged are not left to defend themselves, alone in their struggles. — Michael M. Honda
Honda Quotes By Mike Honda: Equal pay isn't just a women's issue; when Equal pay isn't just a women's issue; when women get equal pay, their family incomes rise and the whole family benefits. — Mike Honda
Honda Quotes By Soichiro Honda: Instead of being afraid of the challenge and Instead of being afraid of the challenge and failure, be afraid of avoiding the challenge and doing nothing — Soichiro Honda
Honda Quotes By Warren Moore: Lou Reed drove Honda scooters these days, and Lou Reed drove Honda scooters these days, and I was a hell of a lot closer to the wild side than him. — Warren Moore
Honda Quotes By Soichiro Honda: Never let your failures go to your heart Never let your failures go to your heart or your successes go to your head. — Soichiro Honda
Honda Quotes By Natsuki Takaya: To forgive or not to forgive ... are To forgive or not to forgive ... are those my only choices? — Natsuki Takaya
Honda Quotes By Michael M. Honda: The need for raising the awareness of this The need for raising the awareness of this shameful chapter in U.S. history is more apparent than ever. — Michael M. Honda
Honda Quotes By Mike Honda: The Patriot Act addresses various subjects. Some sections The Patriot Act addresses various subjects. Some sections are beneficial and enhance our national security. — Mike Honda
Honda Quotes By Elon Musk: They were building a Ferrari for every launch, They were building a Ferrari for every launch, when it was possible that a Honda Accord might do the trick. — Elon Musk
Honda Quotes By Michael M. Honda: Everyone in America likely has a bullying story, Everyone in America likely has a bullying story, whether as the victim, bully or as a witness. — Michael M. Honda
Honda Quotes By Soichiro Honda: What we learn through failure becomes a precious What we learn through failure becomes a precious part of us, strengthening us in everything we do. So let the tough things make you tougher. — Soichiro Honda
Honda Quotes By Soichiro Honda: We only have one future, and it will We only have one future, and it will be made of our dreams, if we have the courage to challenge convention. — Soichiro Honda
Honda Quotes By Benny Hinn: Where in the Bible does it say I Where in the Bible does it say I have to drive a Honda? — Benny Hinn
Honda Quotes By Soichiro Honda: Each individual should work for himself. People will Each individual should work for himself. People will not sacrifice themselves for the company. They come to work at the company to enjoy themselves. — Soichiro Honda
Honda Quotes By Mike Honda: My own mother always taught me that fairness My own mother always taught me that fairness was a family value - I think equal pay is about fairness for everyone. — Mike Honda
Honda Quotes By Soichiro Honda: Real happiness lies in the completion of work Real happiness lies in the completion of work using your own brains and skills. — Soichiro Honda
Honda Quotes By Mike Honda: My own family and thousands of other Japanese My own family and thousands of other Japanese Americans were interned during World War II. It took our nation over 40 years to apologize. — Mike Honda