Honda Motor Co. Ltd. does not plan to export any more Accords from Japan to the U.S., ending a practice that began in the mid 1970s and has been slowly winding down in recent years. “Imports of 4-cyl. Accord sedans from Japan, which had been low, will cease,” American Honda Motor Co. Inc. spokesman Ed Miller tells Ward’s, adding the last units were shipped in April. “We're not saying this is a permanent cessation. Japan will retain the flexibility to build Accords for the U.S. market. But ...
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