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List of Honda assembly plants

Honda Motor Company, Ltd. operates plants worldwide for the manufacture of their products. In a vehicle identification number (VIN), the 11th digit indicates the factory the auto has been built in.

VIN Name Location Products Opened Closed Comments
  Dongfeng Honda Automobile Company Wuhan, China Honda CR-V
Honda Civic
Honda Elysion
Honda Jade
Honda Spirior
Honda X-RV
 L Honda of America Mfg., Inc
(East Liberty Auto Plant)
East Liberty, Ohio, USA Honda CR-V
Honda Civic
Honda Crosstour
Acura RDX
1989   short distance from Marysville Auto Plant
 2 Guangqi Honda Guangzhou, China Honda Accord
Honda City
Honda Crider
Honda Crosstour
Honda Fit
Honda Odyssey
Honda Vezel
1998   The first production line of Honda in China[1]
  Honda Atlas Cars Pakistan Lahore, Pakistan Honda City
Honda Civic
 H Honda of Canada Manufacturing Alliston, Ontario, Canada Honda Civic
Honda CR-V
1986   2 car plants and engine plant supplying engines to Civics
 E Honda Manufacturing of Indiana Greensburg, Indiana, USA Honda Civic
Honda Civic GX NGV
Honda Civic Hybrid
Acura ILX (2013-2015)
2008   The latest assembly plant of Honda in USA[2]
E with AHM lead on VIN East London plant in South Africa South Africa 1983 2001
 B Honda Manufacturing of Alabama Lincoln, Alabama, USA Honda Odyssey
Honda Pilot
Honda Ridgeline
Acura MDX
Honda J engine
November 16, 2001  
 A[3] Honda of America Mfg., Inc
(Marysville Auto Plant)
Marysville, Ohio, USA Honda Accord
Acura TL Acura ILX (2015-Present)
1982   The first auto assembly plant of Japanese carmakers in America (see note below).
Honda of America Mfg., Inc.

(Honda Performance Manufacturing Center)

Marysville, Ohio, USA Acura NSX 2014 The first American Honda plant built for the resurrection of the NSX
 U Honda of the UK Manufacturing Swindon, United Kingdom Honda Civic
Honda CRV
Honda Jazz
1992   Previously made the Accord
 M[3][4] Honda Hamamatsu Factory Hamamatsu, Japan cars
Honda CBR750 (bodies 1968-1971)
Honda CBR600RR
Honda CBR1000RR
1954   motorcycles, ; now automatic transmissions for automobiles (since 1971)
Honda Hosoe Plant Hosoe, Japan 2001 outboard motors
[5] Honda Kikuchi Plant Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan motorcycles: Honda CBR650, Honda Gold Wing 1974   Honda Gold Wing (since 2011) after production in US ceased in 2009; tools and machines moved from US
Honda Europe Ghent, Belgium   1978   Logistics centre - storage space for motorcycles, power equipment, cars and parts
 B[3][4] Honda Belgium Factory Aalst, Belgium motorcycles 1962   First overseas Honda factory; no longer motorcycles production since 1995, now automobiles parts
 R[3] Moto Honda da Amazonia Ltda. Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil motorcycles: Pop 100
Lead 110
Nova Biz 125
Honda CG125 (Fan and Cargo)
Honda CG150 (Fan and Titan)
NXR150 Bros
Honda XRE300
CB600F Hornet
Honda XL700V Transalp
Nova Honda Shadow 750
 9 Honda Automoveis do Brasil Ltda. Sumaré, Sao Paulo, Brazil Honda Civic
Honda Fit
1997   Made the Honda City until 2011. Now it is produced in Argentina.
  Honda New Zealand Nelson, New Zealand Honda City(1st gen)
Honda Civic
Honda Accord
1965 1998 Note: Became a dedicated Honda plant in 1988 (although Hondas were assembled there from 1984 under NZMC). Prior to the Honda takeover BLMC (Rover, Truimph, Land Rover, Jaguar and more) cars were assembled from 1965.
PT. Honda Prospect Motor Sunter, North Jakarta, Indonesia 1976
J[6] Honda Karawang Plant Karawang, Indonesia Honda Fit, Honda Jazz, Honda Civic, Honda CR-V and Honda Stream 2003
  Honda Cars India Greater Noida,
Uttar Pradesh, India
Honda Jazz
Honda Civic
Honda Accord
Honda CRV
1995   Honda CR-V is sold by the mean of CBU fully imported from Japan; Formerly, Honda Siel Cars India
  Honda Cars India Bhiwadi,
Rajasthan, India
Honda Jazz
Honda Civic
Honda Accord
Honda CRV
2009   Honda CR-V is sold by the mean of CBU fully imported from Japan; Formerly, Honda Siel Cars India
 P Honda Ayutthaya Plant Ayutthaya, Thailand Honda Brio
Honda City
Honda Jazz
Honda Civic
Honda CR-V
Honda Accord
2000 The manufacturing center for Asian and Australasian market
 S[3][4] Honda Japan Suzuka, Mie, Japan Honda City
Honda CR-Z
Honda Fit
Honda Insight
Honda NSX
Acura RSX
Honda S2000 (AP2)
 C[3][4] Honda Sayama Factory Sayama, Saitama, Japan Honda Accord
Honda Fit
Honda Odyssey
Honda CR-V
Acura TL
Honda Legend
Acura RL
Acura TSX
  Honda Yorii Factory Yorii, Saitama, Japan Honda Fit
[7] Honda Gebze Plant Turkey Honda Civic
Honda City
1992 Official site of Honda Turkey
  Honda Motor Argentina Campana, Argentina Honda City
2011 Assembly the Honda City for Mercosur
  Honda Argentina Florencio Varela, Argentina Honda C105 Biz
Honda Wave
motorcycle: Honda GLH Storm
2006 Motorcycles
 G Honda De México S.A. de C.V. El Salto, Jalisco, México Honda CR-V 1995
  Honda De México S.A. de C.V. Celaya, México Honda Fit
Honda HR-V Starting 2014
2014 Operations started on Feb 21, 2014
 F Honda Taiwan Pingtung County, Taiwan Honda CR-V
Honda Civic
Honda City
Honda Fit

Note: The Marysville plant started assembling motorcycles in 1979, cars in 1982. In February 2007, Honda announced that it would cease production of motorcycles in the United States in spring 2009.[9]


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  3. ^ a b c d e f Flanagan, Sean (2004). "VIN Info". Sean's Honda Shadow Website. Queensland, Australia. Retrieved April 8, 2011. This information was taken from the Honda parts microfiche for the Honda VT750C2Y.C2Y, 1st Edition. 
  4. ^ a b c d " Model VIN Decoder". Retrieved April 8, 2011. 
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  9. ^ Honda to end motorcycle production in U.S.
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