MARYSVILLE, OH – The new ’07 Acura RDX small cross/utility vehicle represents the first time Honda of America Mfg. Inc.’s 24-year-old vehicle-assembly plant has built a light truck. Already home to the Honda Accord and Acura TL midsize sedans, the larger size RDX poses manufacturing challenges for both the Marysville staff and those working at Honda’s Anna, OH, engine plant, which supplies the CUV’s all-new turbocharged and intercooled 2.3L 4-cyl. mill. But for an auto maker renowned for ...
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