S2000 output will move to Tochigi. Honda Motor Co. Ltd. will close one of its three assembly plants in Japan next year, turning the facility into a manufacturing research center. The assembly line and responsibility for three niche vehicles – the NSK, S2000 and Insight – will move from the facility in Tochigi to Honda’s plant in Suzuka. "It is a logical move," says a Honda spokesman in Europe. "Today we supply molded and machined parts from Suzuka to Tochigi, where the cars ...

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