North American launch plans for the next-generation Honda CR-V are on track, despite continued supply-chain disruptions caused by Thailand’s devastating flood, the auto maker says today. And while Honda will “temporarily adjust” production for “the next several weeks” 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. “Production rates will vary from plant to plant, but some plants will produce at ...

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