America has been home to Honda associates since the company opened its first storefront office in Los Angeles in 1959. For more than 60 years, Honda has invested in its U.S. operations, created jobs, and contributed to the U.S. economy as a committed corporate citizen in America. Take a closer look at Honda’s investments in America.

$21.8 Billion Capital Investment
Cumulative investment in U.S. operations.

75 Facilities
U.S. facilities include manufacturing plants, R&D centers, parts centers, and marketing, sales, service, and finance operations.

$5.6 Billion New Investment
New investment into U.S. manufacturing operations during the past five years.

Made In America
Honda’s U.S. plants manufactured nearly two-thirds of the Honda and Acura vehicles sold in America in 2019.

12 Plants
Honda facilities produce: Honda and Acura vehicles and their engines, transmissions, and components; aircraft and aircraft engines, power equipment; and powersports products.

27.3 Million Vehicles Produced
Total Honda and Acura vehicles made in America since 1982.

Honda and Acura products are built using domestic and globally sourced parts.

31,000 Associates
Direct U.S. employment, with more than 75% in manufacturing roles.

$2.4 Billion Payroll
U.S. payroll in 2019.

169,000 Dealer Jobs
Employment across the U.S. at Honda auto, power equipment, and powersports dealerships.

31 Models Designed In U.S.
Honda and Acura car and light truck models that have been researched, designed, and developed in the U.S. since 1991.

$1.2 Billion
Honda’s investment into its U.S. R&D operations in California, Colorado, Florida, Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio, and South Carolina.

2,300 R&D Associates
Honda’s U.S. associates have led the research, design, and development of Honda products in America.

More Than 620 OEM Suppliers
More than 620 original equipment manufacturers (OEM) supply parts and materials to Honda manufacturing facilities.

$38.8 Billion Total Purchases
Honda purchased $27.7 billion parts and materials, $9.8 billion in goods and services, and $1.3 billion in service parts from U.S. companies last year.

9,500 Service Suppliers
9,500 maintenance, repair and operations suppliers support Honda operations across the nation.

90 Countries and Territories
Markets in Asia, Latin America, Europe, and the Middle East to which Honda exported last year — 51 markets for autos and 71 markets for power equipment, powersports products, and service parts.

1.35 Million Vehicles
U.S.-made Honda and Acura vehicles exported since 1987.

$1.5 Billion Exported
Value of U.S.-produced vehicles, power equipment, powersports products, service parts, and aircraft Honda exported from the U.S. last year.

Honda and Acura products are built using domestic and globally sourced parts.

The U.S. EPA. ranks Honda as the most fuel-efficient full-line automaker in America.*

That is a 5-Year improvement of 2.8 mpg, and 4.9 mpg above the industry average for MY2018.

The 2019 EPA Automotive Trends Report ranked Honda first among full-line manufactures with a U.S. fleet average real-world fuel economy of 30.00 miles per gallon (mpg).

*Based on EPA’s annual Light-Duty Automotive Technology, Carbon Dioxide Emissions, and Fuel Economy Trends Report

Environmental Leadership Program
Rochester, NY, February 2018 – Ralph Honda has earned the Honda Environmental Leadership Award and has been recognized by American Honda Motor Co. Inc., as a leader in the company’s effort to reduce the environmental impact of Honda dealerships in communities around the nation.

Ten Honda 2019 model year vehicles received an IIHS Top Saftey Pick rating.
To see the complete list of safety ratings visit: hondainamerica.com/safety/#government-safety-ratings

Top Safety Highlights

The Innovative ACE Body Structure
Applied on every Honda vehicle – distributes frontal crash energy more evenly throughout the vehicle, better protecting occupants in the event of a crash.

Rearview Cameras
Prior to federal regulations, Honda installed rearview cameras as standard equipment on 100% of Honda and Acura vehicles.

Driver Assistive Technologies
With the ultimate aim of a zero-collision society, Honda has deployed its Honda Sensing® and AcuraWatch® suites of advanced safety and driver-assistive technologies in more than one million vehicles on U.S. roads.

Collision Mitigation Braking System
Honda engineers developed the world’s first commercially deployed Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS) that can alert drivers to the risk of collision. If a collision is deemed unavoidable, it applies the brakes and tensions the front seat belts to help mitigate the severity of the crash.


North American Environmental Report
North American Environmental Report covers efforts to reduce our environmental footprint in the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
2020 Digital Factbook
The Digital Fact Book provides an overview of North American sales, manufacturing, and R&D operations.


Celebrating 50 Years of US Auto Sales
Honda has come a long way over the past 50 years. Our first sale on American soil came in 1969, when we sold our first N600 in Hawaii. In 1970, we moved east, opening our first continental U.S. dealership in Northern California. We made a bold leap in 1983 and became the first Japanese automaker to manufacture vehicles in the US. Fifty years later, we’re more committed than ever to the USA and all of its people. Today, over 91% of Honda vehicles are made in North America by our dedicated employees in communities across the country. As we look toward the next 50 years in the USA, we reflect on all of our achievements over the last 50.
Honda Reaches 20 Million Auto Production Milestone in Ohio
Honda began auto production in Ohio in 1982. Yesterday, we celebrated the production of 20 million vehicles in Ohio. Congratulations to our Honda of America Mfg. associates!


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