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Honda America Reaches 20 Million Auto Production Milestone in Ohio

Auto News - Published on Mon, 20 Jan 2020

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Honda of America Mfg. reached a major milestone today with production of the company’s 20 millionth automobile in Ohio. Associates cheered as a 2020 Platinum White Pearl Honda Accord Hybrid rolled off the production line at the Marysville Auto Plant, Honda’s first auto plant in America. The 20 million vehicles reflect the cumulative output of Honda’s three Ohio auto plants: the Marysville Auto Plant, the East Liberty Auto Plant, and the Performance Manufacturing Center.

Established in 1982, the Marysville Auto Plant, with two production lines, is Honda’s largest vehicle production facility in the country. In 1989, Honda added a second auto plant in Ohio, the East Liberty Auto Plant. The company began Ohio production of the Acura NSX supercar in 2016 at its newly-established Performance Manufacturing Center in Marysville. Honda also builds engines and transmissions in Ohio at the company’s Anna Engine Plant and Honda Transmission Manufacturing of America.

Honda’s initial USD 35 million investment to build motorcycles in Marysville in 1979 has grown to more than $13 billion in its Ohio facilities. The 20 million production milestone in Ohio represents nearly 75 percent of Honda’s total U.S. automobile production since 1982. Following is a plant by plant breakdown of Honda’s Ohio vehicle production:
Marysville Auto Plant: 13,886,744
East Liberty Auto Plant: 6,110,582
Performance Manufacturing Center: 2,674

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Posted By : Arun Huidrom on Mon, 20 Jan 2020
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