Honda Builds its 25 Millionth US Automobile

March 7th, 2018 by

Honda Builds its 25 Millionth US Automobile

Honda Builds its 25 Millionth US Automobile! Recently, Honda built its 25 millionth U.S. Automobile, a 2018 Honda Accord, produced at the Marysville Auto Plant in Ohio. This plant also made Honda the first Japanese automaker to produce cars in the U.S. when it opened for production in 1982. Honda has invested almost $14 billion in its U.S. facilities that support automotive production including $3.4 billion in new investment during the past four years to advance Honda’s U.S. operations.

“For over 35 years, Honda associates in America have focused on building high quality automobiles for our customers, a passionate commitment that has enabled us to reach this production milestone,” said Tom Shoupe, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Honda of America Mfg., Inc. “This achievement truly represents 25 million customers who put their faith in the Honda brand and we will continue to honor this relationship with a focus on achieving the highest levels of quality and innovation in the next 25 million vehicles.”


Honda U.S. Automobile Plants

Plant Production
Models Produced Investment Employment Annual Capacity
Marysville Auto Plant
1982 Accord Acura TLX Acura ILX $4.9 billion 4,000 440,000 vehicles
 East Liberty Auto Plant
1989 CR-V Acura RDX Acura MDX $1.6 billion 2,300 240,000 vehicles
Performance Manufacturing Center (Ohio) 2016 Acura NSX $70 million 100 Made-to-order
Honda Manufacturing of Alabama 2001 Odyssey
Pilot Ridgeline V6 engines
$2.6 billion 4,500 340,000 vehicles, 340,000 engines
Honda Manufacturing of Indiana 2008 Civic sedan
CR-V Insight
$1 billion 2,400 250,000 vehicles
Anna Engine Plant (Ohio) 1985 Engines $2.5 billion 2,850 1.18 million
Honda Transmission Manufacturing of America (Ohio) 1996 Transmissions $870 million 1,100 1 million
Honda Precision Parts of Georgia 2006 Transmissions $410 million 500 375,000

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