DEARBORN – In two years' time, Honda Motor Co. Ltd. will be building more vehicles and engines in North America than it does in Japan. Honda's plant in Lincoln, Alabama Expansions are slated for its new Lincoln, AL, plant, which currently builds the Odyssey minivan, and at the Anna, OH, engine plant to accommodate increased V-6 production – some of which will power the Saturn Vue cross/utility vehicle (CUV). This planned growth, plus incremental increases in capacity ...

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