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Where is Honda Made?

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Asking yourself: “Where is Honda made?” The answer may surprise you. Most of the new Honda vehicles sold in North America are manufactured right here in the United States. In fact, Honda has built 27.3 million cars and light trucks in the U.S. since 1982. That’s right, some of the most popular Honda models you commonly see on Madison-area roads are American made. What’s more, both the U.S. and Canada are home to several Honda manufacturing plants that produce auto parts. Find out more about where Honda cars are made in this guide from Patty Peck Honda.

What Country is Honda Made in?

Most drivers in the Brandon area are likely well aware of the fact that Honda is an automaker based in Japan. Even so, there are no less than 12 Honda manufacturing plants currently operating in the U.S. Is Honda American made? Honda manufacturing plants in the U.S. produced nearly two-thirds of the Honda vehicles sold in the U.S. in 2019. If you purchased or plan to purchase a new Honda at Patty Peck Honda, it is most likely that the vehicle was built here in the United States.

Check out the following list of the U.S.-based Honda manufacturing plants and find out where popular models like the Accord, CR-V, Odyssey, and Civic are made.

  • Marysville, Ohio – Accord Hybrid, Accord Sedan, CR-V
  • East Liberty, Ohio – CR-V
  • Lincoln, Alabama – Odyssey, Passport, Pilot, Ridgeline
  • Greensburg, Indiana – Civic Sedan, CR-V, CR-V Hybrid, Insight
  • Timmonsville, South Carolina – Honda ATVs, Side x Side Utility Vehicles, Side x Side Sport Vehicles
  • Swepsonville, North Carolina – Lawnmowers, Mini-Tillers, Snow Throwers, String Trimmers, Water Pumps, General Purpose Engines, Generators
  • Greensboro, North Carolina – Aircraft

If you are ever asked where are Honda Civics, Honda Pilots, and Honda CR-Vs made, you can confidently reply that they are all built in the U.S.A.

Where Are Honda Parts and Components Manufactured?

Both the Honda Civic and Honda Accord made the 2015 Motor Trend list of the top 15 cars with the most North American-made parts. In 2014, Motor Trend noted that 70% of Honda Accord parts and 65% of Civic parts were sourced from the U.S. and Canada, which put the Accord at number six on the list and the Civic at number 15.

Here are the U.S.-based Honda manufacturing plants that produce Honda parts and components:

  • Anna, Ohio – L4 Engines, V6 Engines, Twin Turbo V6 Engines
  • Russells Point, Ohio – Gear Sets, Continuously Variable Transmissions, Hybrid Power Systems
  • Tallapoosa, Georgia – Transmissions
  • Burlington, North Carolina – Aircraft Engines

Learn More About the Honda Brand at Patty Peck Honda

Honda manufacturing plants in America produce 5.9 million products annually, so if you want to know where Honda cars are made, you can be pretty certain that the models you see on Jackson streets were built in the U.S. Here at Patty Peck Honda, we are happy to fill you in on where Honda is made, as well as provide details on all of the new Honda technologies. Whether you want to find out about Honda Sensing® features like Forward Collision Warning and Lane Keeping Assist or learn what’s covered by the Honda warranty, we’re here to keep you updated on all things Honda. If have any questions or would like more information, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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