TROY, MI – Honda of America Mfg. says daily production volumes of its Civic model at its East Liberty, OH, plant should go back to normal this year. Last spring, due to a rise in inventory of the compact car, daily production was sliced from 950 units on East Liberty’s one line to 750. But a Honda spokesman tells Ward’s that with the launch of the new ’06 Civic coming either late summer or early fall, and the addition of the CR-V cross/utility vehicle to East Liberty in 2006, daily ...

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