Honda produces its 25 millionth model in the U.S.A!

Honda may have its roots in Japan, but nowadays, many of its most popular models are produced right here in the U.S.A. In fact, Honda operates five different auto plants here in the United States, and recently, they celebrated a major milestone with the production of 25 millionth Honda car built in the U.S.

A 2018 Honda Accord made at the Honda Marysville Auto Plant in Marysville, OH on February 28th, 2018 holds the distinction of being the 25 millionth Honda vehicle produced in the U.S. Of course, for the folks at the Honda Marysville Auto Plant, it was just another day at work, as the plant has been building Honda vehicles since it first opened its doors way back in 1982. And while some automakers seem to be winding down their production in the U.S., Honda only seems to ramping up, with recent years seeing $3.4 billion invested into advancing its U.S. production infrastructure.

For our part here at Penske Honda Chula Vista, we're so happy to see Honda further committing itself to its U.S. production, and we know that the 25 millionth Honda vehicle produced in the U.S. is just one milestone of many to come. So, if you'd like to get behind the wheel of one of the new Honda Accord models the one that just rolled off the line in Marysville, OH, feel free to visit us at Penske Honda Chula Vista for a test drive today!

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