Honda’s U.S. light-vehicle output hits twenty million

Honda Accord: A look back
Honda became the 1st Japanese automaker to assemble automobiles in the United States when its $ 250 million assembly plant opened in Marysville, Ohio, in 1982. The 1st Accord off the line in November 1982 was a gray, 4-door sedan. Fifty % of the content material on the first Accords was U.S.-sourced, and the initial models had been offered only east of the Mississippi River.<br>

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LOS ANGELES — Honda Motor Co. hit a U.S. milestone these days by creating its twenty millionth motor vehicle since it started producing cars in Ohio much more than 30 years in the past, the business stated.

Honda’s plant in Marysville, Ohio, churned out its 10 millionth Accord sedan today, bringing cumulative manufacturing from Honda’s 4 U.S. car assembly web sites to 20 million units considering that it started producing cars in the United States in 1982.

Considering that getting to be the very first Japanese automaker to develop a U.S. assembly plant, in Marysville, Honda has added assembly plants in East Liberty, Ohio Lincoln, Ala., and Greensburg, Ind.

“We are deeply conscious that our potential to attain this milestone benefits from the trust that twenty million customers have placed in our goods, and we appreciate their assistance in excess of the past 3 decades,” Hidenobu Iwata, CEO of Honda of America Manufacturing, said in a statement. “We also value the commitment manufactured by tens of 1000’;s of associates at Honda and our hundreds of suppliers in the U.S. who build goods of the highest high quality for our clients.”

Honda’s U.S. automobile production totaled a record 1.3 million units final year, up 6 percent from 2012.

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