Capacity boost, flexible scheduling shorten wait time for new subcompact.
Honda Malaysia sets a record as its all-new City records 10,000 sales within a month of its launch, beating its previous best of 3,000 units when it rolled out the CR-V last year. Despite demand exceeding projections, Honda says it will be able to deliver all 10,000 orders by the end of June. This is because Honda Malaysia’s newly opened No.2 Line at its Pegoh plant, 75 miles (120 km) southeast of Kuala Lumpur – which doubled the automaker’s local production capacity ...
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