|Honda founder||Soichiro Honda|
|Honda headquarters||Minato, Tokyo, Japan|
|Honda official website||www.honda.com|
Who makes Honda
Honda is the core brand of the Japanese multinational conglomerate Honda Motor Co. In the middle of the previous century Honda became the world’s largest motorcycle manufacturer, and at the beginning of 2000s the company also became the second-largest Japanese car maker. The first car, the T360 kei car truck, was built in 1963 for the domestic market.
Where is Honda made
There are Honda manufacturing plants all around the world. There are several plants within the US, including Indiana (Honda Civic, the Civic GX NGV, and the Civic Hybrid), Alabama (the Odyssey, the Pilot, the Ridgeline), and Ohio (the CR-V, the Civic, the Crosstour, the 2-door and 4-door Accord).
The company’s first production line in China is located in Guangzhou. Here, Honda Accord, the City, the Crider, the Crosstour, the Fit, the Odyssey, and the Vezel are manufactured. One more Chinese production site, in Wuhan, manufactures the CR-V, the Civic, the Elysion, the Jade, the Spirior, and the X-RV.
We can also mention Honda manufacturing plants in the UK (the Civic, the CRV, and the Jazz), in Canada (the Civic and the CR-V), in Brazil (the Civic, the Fit), in Indonesia (the Fit, the Jazz, the Civic, the CR-V, the Stream), and Pakistan (the City and the Civic). The two manufacturing facilities in India (in Greater Noida and Bhiwadi) produce five models, while the Japanese plant makes about 10 models, from the CRX to the NSX.