Greensburg, Indiana – Honda has produced its 100,000th Civic at its plant in Indiana, which began production on October 9, 2008.

“This milestone is based on the commitment our Honda associates in Indiana make every day to build products of the highest quality for our customers,” said Rick Schostek, vice-president of Honda Manufacturing of Indiana. “This is an important achievement for our entire team.”

Currently, Honda operates one shift with approximately 1,000 workers at the plant, building the Honda Civic sedan and Civic GX natural gas vehicle. Engines for the sedan are built at Honda’s engine plant in nearby Anna, Ohio.

The plant is Honda’s seventh auto assembly plant in North America and one of 14 major Honda manufacturing facilities in North America, with two more currently under construction in North Carolina.

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