Honda Reaches 30 Million Vehicles Produced in the US  

Since the Marysville Auto Plant began producing cars in November 1982, Honda has been manufacturing vehicles in America for more than 40 years.

In 2022, two-thirds of all Honda and Acura cars sold in the country were built there. The automaker uses components purchased both domestically and internationally. Honda has produced more than 30 million cars in the United States overall.

With the introduction of motorcycle production in Marysville, Ohio, Honda began its American manufacturing activities. Today, Honda has one of the most varied manufacturing footprints of any multinational corporation. More than 22,000 employees work for the company in its 12 American facilities. It also produces the HondaJet advanced light jet and GE Honda HF120 turbofan engines. The company's annual production capacity is more than 1.27 million cars, 1.52 million engines, 500,000 power equipment products, and 300,000 power sports products.

Honda has made total investments of $19 billion in its American manufacturing facilities, including more than $3.2 billion alone in the last five years. The business collaborates with over 600 American original equipment manufacturers, with $23.1 billion in 2021 and roughly $470 billion in parts purchases made domestically since 1979.

Honda Reaches a Production Milestone

At its auto manufacturing locations in Alabama, Georgia, Indiana, and Ohio, Honda today celebrated reaching the milestone of 30 million vehicles produced in the United States after 40 years of doing so.

On November 1, 1982, Honda began producing the Honda Accord at the Marysville Auto Plant (MAP) in Ohio, becoming the first Japanese automaker to do so. More than two-thirds of all Honda and Acura vehicles sold in America in 2022 will be built thanks to Honda's $16 billion investment in manufacturing facilities in the U.S. since that time.

Reaching this enormous milestone of 30 million vehicles is directly due to the associates, past and present. They made this significant achievement possible. Honda recently celebrated 40 years of auto manufacturing in the U.S. This success demonstrates the dedication of Honda employees to providing our consumers with high-quality products that we know they will enjoy.

The company's five auto facilities in Alabama, Indiana, and Ohio manufacture 12 Honda and Acura vehicles and light trucks, including hybrid versions of the Accord and CR-V. These vehicles' two-motor hybrid systems, transmissions, and engines are made in Georgia, Alabama, and Ohio. The eight production sites that makeup Honda's 1.3 million vehicle production capacity annually employ 17,000 workers.

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If you're interested in learning more about Honda's history in the United States, our dealership in Arlington, TX, would be a great place to start. This achievement is a testament to Honda's longstanding commitment to American manufacturing and its dedication to providing quality vehicles.