MARYSVILLE, OH – The new, ninth-generation Accord not only represents a major change to Honda’s high-volume midsize car but also is responsible for a transformation in a number of manufacturing processes at the auto maker’s Ohio plants, where the model is built. They include the Marysville assembly plant, Anna engine facility and Russells Point transmission-manufacturing operation. Most Accords sold in the U.S. for the past 30 years have been assembled at ...

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