American Honda says it is unlikely to hit the 260,000-unit mark with Civic sales in 2011, as supply constraints caused by the March 11 earthquake in Japan prevent the compact, redesigned for the ʼ12 model year, from matching 2010 volumes. Honda notified U.S. dealers this morning of a projected shortfall in supply of the new, ninth-generation Civic, which began arriving at showrooms last week. “We know we are going to come up below where we were in 2010,” Honda spokeswoman Christina Ra ...

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