Honda of America just built its 20 millionth car in Ohio

What Henry Ford learned from Isaac Singer—to make products where you sell them, rather than export them to foreign markets—Soichiro Honda learned from Henry Ford. Only a year after its establishment in 1903, Ford opened an assembly plant in Canada; and a decade after Honda sold the first U.S-market N600 in 1969, it started building cars in North America.

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355,000 miles and counting on my 2000 Accord. (one Auto Trans rebuild) I’d buy another if it ever becomes unreliable.

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307k miles on 2005 Honda Accord. No major repairs - I would buy another right away when the time comes.