Honda Motor Co. is one of the world's premier automobile, motorcycle, and power product manufacturers. When it comes to the automobile division, where are Hondas made? Although based in Japan, Honda has more cars in the American-Made Index Top 10 than any other automaker. As a result, Honda has a sizable US presence, with American plants in the midwest and southern states supplying a great deal of parts for Honda models. Where are Honda Civics, made, and how about Accords and CR-Vs? Read below to learn about the origins of your Honda vehicle!

Honda: Made in What Country?

Although Honda was founded in 1948 in Hamamatsu, Shizuoka, Japan, production has shifted increasingly to North America when it comes to Honda vehicles that are sold in the U.S. Honda expanded U.S. production in 2016 with a new manufacturing plant, upping the count to 12. So, where in the U.S. can you find all those Honda production plants? Wondering where are Honda CR-Vs made? Your model was likely produced in one of the following locations:

  • Lincoln, Alabama
  • Greensburg, Indiana
  • Swepsonville, North Carolina
  • Greensboro, North Carolina
  • Timmonsville, South Carolina
  • Marysville, Ohio
  • East Liberty, Ohio

Honda Parts and Components

Honda U.S. production facilities are responsible for more than vehicles assembly alone: they also manufacture parts and components. Currently, Honda parts are manufactured in these locations:

  • Tallapoosa, Georgia
  • Burlington, North Carolina
  • Russells Point, Ohio
  • Anna, Ohio

Where are Honda CR-Vs Made?

The current 5th-generation CR-V is manufactured by North American plants in the following locations: Marysville and East Liberty, Ohio; Greensburg, Indiana; and Ontario, Canada. Where are Honda CR-Vs made when it comes to hybrid models? Honda will build the 2020 CR-V Hybrid in its Greensburg, Indiana plant. The CR-V hybrid joins the Accord and Insight hybrids as Honda's third U.S.-produced electric model!

2020 Honda Civic and Honda Accord Production

If you're concerned about where Honda Civics are made or the location of production plants for other popular sedans like the Accord, not to worry! Honda models dominated the 2019 American-Made Index, with four models out of ten. In fact, Honda vehicles have a long history of U.S. parts sourcing: a full 70% of Honda Accord parts and 65% of Honda Civic parts were sourced from North America in 2014.

Honda produces small engines at 5 production facilities worldwide, and engines for the Civic sedan and coupe are manufactured in Canada at the Alliston, Ontario plant. Final assembly for those models takes place in U.S. and Canada: both the gas and hybrid Civic sedans are assembled in Greensburg, IN, while the Civic Coupe is assembled in Alliston, Ontario, Canada.

Explore the 2020 Honda Lineup in Chicago!

Now that you know where Hondas are made, make a stop at Honda City Chicago near Oak Park and Cicero to see your favorite model up close. We have a variety of Honda models in our inventory to meet your driving needs and budget! Contact us to learn about Honda tech features, like Honda LaneWatch™, & schedule your test drive today!