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By: gianlini on Venerdì 28 Aprile 2017 12:07
Nel 2010, un po' prima che Trump si candidasse....
This year, Honda has built 555,734 vehicles in the U.S. and a total of 756,788 vehicles in North America. That bests the 468,440 vehicles that Chrysler produced in the U.S. and Toyota’s 430,535*. To be fair, both Toyota and Chrysler build more vehicles in North America than Honda, but both depend more on Canadian production than Honda does.
Ford and General Motors still far surpass Honda in terms of U.S. production.
We also found out today that Honda built more vehicles in the United States than in its home country of Japan through the second quarter, according to the Detroit News.
Honda has more than 10 factories in the U.S., with two new plants under construction, and 14 R&D facilities. Honda employees more than 27,000 people in the U.S.; Toyota has 28,700 American employees. Honda was also the first Japanese automaker to build cars in the U.S., starting with the Accord back in 1982.
Read more at https://www.cars.com/articles/2010/08/americas-third-largest-domestic-automaker-honda/#3S3UUhkU4h9T7AHj.99
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