ALLISTON, ONT, Canada – Honda of Canada Mfg. Inc. has increased daily output here of its new Ridgeline sport/utility truck to 330 units vs. the planned 230 vehicles. Brent Welsh, advanced technical staff-final assembly, says Alliston's Plant 2 also builds the Honda Pilot and Acura MDX cross/utility vehicles for a combined 800 units daily. While it now is tracking to build 80,000 Ridgelines annually, the auto maker officially holds firm to the original sales projection of 53,000 vehicles ...

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