Honda of America Mfg. Inc. says it produced its 10 millionth car or light truck in the U.S. on Nov. 25. Honda, which couldn’t pinpoint where the 10 millionth vehicle was built, has production running at two plants in Ohio (Marysville and East Liberty) and one in Alabama (Lincoln). Honda started U.S. auto production in Marysville, OH, in 1982. It estimates 8.5 million of the 10 million vehicles produced in the U.S. were sold here, as well.
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