The Honda brand is a global success with fans across the world, but just where are Hondas made? Honda vehicles are created in state-of-the-art manufacturing plants located in Japan, Mexico, and the United States. The United States plays a big role in Honda manufacturing with a great deal of model parts sourced within the country, primarily from the Midwestern and Southern regions. Want to know more about the origins of your Honda CR-V in Gilbert or Honda Pilot in Chandler? Read on!
Many Honda models that you see on the roads of Mesa were created just a few states away from Tempe Honda. While the biggest Honda presence is felt in Ohio and the Carolinas, this massive brand has manufacturing plants in several states to keep up with the intense demand. You’ll find the biggest manufacturing plants in the following U.S. cities:
East Liberty, Ohio
Timmonsville, South Carolina
Swepsonville, North Carolina
Greensboro, North Carolina
Further, Honda parts and components are also sourced within the United States. The following cities are manufacturers for OEM Honda parts:
Russells Point, Ohio
Burlington, North Carolina
Honda Civic and Honda Accord
The Honda Civic and Honda Accord are two of the most popular models in the country, but you might be surprised that these two vehicles are also closely tied to the United States. Both models were ranked on the 2015 Motor Trend list of cars with the most North American made parts. The Accord was number 6 and the Civic was number 15. As a matter of fact, a whopping 70 percent of Honda Accord parts and 65 percent of Honda Civic parts were sourced from North America in 2014.