North American launch plans for the next-generation Honda CR-V are on track, despite continued supply-chain disruptions caused by Thailandâ€™s devastating flood, the auto maker says today. And while Honda will â€śtemporarily adjustâ€ť production for â€śthe next several weeksâ€ť at its six assembly plants in the U.S. and Canada, the auto maker is dialing back on plans for an across-the-board 50% reduction in output. â€śProduction rates will vary from plant to plant, but some plants will produce at ...
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