On Nov. 1, 1982, the first US-built Honda Accord rolled off the manufacturing line in Marysville, Ohio. Now, more than 17 million vehicles later, Honda is commemorating its 30th anniversary of US auto operations. Honda became the first Japanese automaker to produce automobiles in America in 1982, and has grown to employ more than 26000 associates with nine major manufacturing plants. The 30th anniversary commemoration kicked off with the production start of the all-new 2013 Honda Accord at the Marysville Auto Plant. Honda products are produced using domestic and globally sourced parts.
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