Accord is Second Most American-Made Car – How right is that?
This makes Honda’s investment in America obvious:
Last year more than 99 percent of Hondas sold in America were made in America (using domestic and globally sources parts). No wonder three Honda models – Accord, Odyssey, and Pilot – recently snagged spots on the American-Made Index (AMI) from Cars.com.
Usually the AMI includes the top 10 cars made in the U.S., but this year only eight cars met the criteria. The list rates vehicles produced and purchased in the U.S., taking into account factors such as the percentage of parts used for the car that are considered domestic, cars assembled in the U.S. and U.S. sales. Models with a domestic-part content of less than 75 percent were disqualified as were models built exclusively outside of the country, information from Cars.com said.
Taking those ratings into consideration, the Accord was named second on the AMI, followed by the Odyssey at fourth and the Pilot in fifth.
Where Are They Made?
Below, find out where Honda’s North American models are currently made.
Honda of America Mfg., Marysville Auto Plant, Marysville, Ohio
Honda Accord Sedan
Honda Accord Coupe
Honda of America Mfg., East Liberty Plant, East Liberty, Ohio
Acura MDX (beginning in 2017)
Honda of America Mfg., Performance Manufacturing Center, Marysville, Ohio