• Kyodo


Honda Motor Co. said Tuesday its North American production reached 30 million automobiles, a major milestone, since it started operations at the Marysville plant in the U.S. state of Ohio in November 1982.

The Japanese automaker currently operates eight assembly plants in the United States, Canada and Mexico. They produce 11 different models and have a capacity to build 1.92 million units per year.

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