Honda Motor Co. Ltd’s 2009 plan to move Ridgeline compact pickup production from its Alliston, ON, Canada, plant will free capacity for several products, including the hot-selling CR-V cross/utility vehicle. The relocation of the Ridgeline to Honda’s plant in Lincoln, AL, will allow some Civic car output to be shifted from East Liberty, OH, to Alliston, opening up capacity at the Ohio plant for additional CR-V output, Honda spokesman Ed Miller says. Honda built 246,374 Civics at ...

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