DETROIT — As a clear indication of its success in the North American market, Honda Motor Co. Ltd. announces plans to build an automobile manufacturing and engine facility in southern rural Lincoln, Alabama, located 64 km (40 miles) east of the capital city of Birmingham. The plant, located on a 546-ha (1,350-acre) tract, will produce Odyssey minivans or large-size sport/utility vehicles (SUVs) — most likely replacements for the current Honda Passport now built by Isuzu Motors Ltd., — ...
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