20 millionth Honda vehicle made in Ohio rolls off production line in Marysville

Honda of America Mfg., Inc.

Honda is celebrating a milestone as the car company made its 20 millionth vehicle in Ohio.

The company says a Platinum White Pearl Honda Accord Hybrid rolled off the production line at the Marysville Auto Plant Monday.

The Marysville plant, Honda’s first in America, opened in 1982 and is Honda’s largest vehicle production facility in the country.

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Honda has opened two other vehicle production plants in Ohio: East Liberty Auto Plant and the Performance Manufacturing Center.

Following is a plant by plant breakdown of Honda’s Ohio vehicle production:

  • Marysville Auto Plant: 13,886,744
  • East Liberty Auto Plant: 6,110,582
  • Performance Manufacturing Center: 2,674

“Honda associates in Ohio have played a significant role in our U.S. operations, and today we celebrate the production of 20 million high quality cars and light trucks for our customers in Ohio, America and around the world,” said Mitsugu Matsukawa, president of Honda of America Mfg. “This milestone not only showcases the success of our products, but the dedication, capability and collaboration of our 15,000 Honda associates in Ohio.”