Honda in the next two years will shift or add production of cross/utility vehicle models at its North American manufacturing plants. The biggest move will come next year, when the auto maker will add output of its best-selling CR-V to its Alliston, ON, Canada, plant. Units of the compact CUV for the U.S. will continue to come from Honda’s plants in East Liberty, OH, Sayama, Japan, and El Salto, Mexico, Honda spokesman Ed Miller tells Ward’s. Of the 57,433 CR-Vs the auto maker sold in ...
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