Greensburg, Indiana – Honda’s manufacturing plant in Indiana has started building Honda Civic sedans for sale in Mexico and for export to 22 Latin American and Caribbean nations, and the U.S. territories of Puerto Rico, Guam and Saipan.
The plant started mass production less than a year ago, and until now, the more than 50,000 Civics built at the plant in Greensburg had been sold exclusively in the United States.
The plant handles all aspects of vehicle production, including metal stamping, plastic injection moulding, painting, sub-assembly and final assembly. Engines for Civics made at the plant are produced in Honda’s plant in Anna, Ohio.
“The United States remains the primary market for our Indiana-built Civics,” said Rick Schostek, vice-president of Honda Manufacturing of Indiana. “Manufacturing products for export broadens the experiences of our associates,contributes positively to America’s and Indiana’s international trade, and shows our commitment to the continued growth and evolution of our business in Indiana.”