American Honda Motor Co. Inc. confirms it is eyeing a derivative off the Odyssey minivan platform — likely a sport/utility vehicle — for production at its Alliston, Ont., plant. Thomas G. Elliott, a Honda executive vice president, says a decision to produce the second model will be made by year's end. He says the addition of a second vehicle wouldn't require major investment at Alliston, which is designed to produce two or three distinct product lines. “We're studying other products for ...
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