Honda 4th of July Sales Event

Your Central Illinois Honda Dealers have exclusive car deals this 4th of July 2019.

Before you gather with friends and family, fire up the grill, and break out the fireworks this Independence Day, take a look at the limited time incentives going on during the Honda 4th of July Sales Event. Whether you’re looking to buy or lease a new car, now is the perfect time to own an award-winning vehicle from your Central Illinois Honda Dealers. Start scrolling to shop featured lease offers and special APR financing on top Honda models like the 2019 Accord, 2019 Civic Sedan, and 2019 CR-V.

Honda 4th of July Sales Event: 2019 Accord

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The 2019 Honda Accord has been showered with automotive accolades from Edmunds to Kelley Blue Book, not to mention a record-setting 33rd time as a Car and Driver 10Best award recipient.* This smart and sophisticated sedan is a standout in every sense of the word thanks to world-class efficiency, design, and safety features. Inside the legendary Accord is a quiet cabin with high-quality, soft-touch materials and an expansive front view for an exciting combination of elegance and convenience. A sterling reputation for innovation, safety, and value retention make the 2019 Accord a powerhouse in the midsize car segment.

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Honda 4th of July Sales Event: 2019 Civic Sedan

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The excitement of impressive power, nimble handling, and innovative technology is all wrapped up in the sleek styling of the 2019 Honda Civic Sedan. Its spacious interior seats five, offers plenty of cargo space, and is designed with your comfort in mind. Plus, intuitive instrument displays and an available 60/40 split fold-down rear seatback make your life easier on the go. Smart tech details can be found everywhere you look with the available Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System™ to help find your way, available Apple CarPlay® integration for quick access to your music, and Honda LaneWatch™ to simplify changing lanes.

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Honda 4th of July Sales Event: 2019 CR-V

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The 2019 Honda CR-V blends functionality with pure driving bliss, taking a sporty personality and loading it with tons of innovation. Its cabin can be outfitted with available leather trim and other premium materials, as well as leading-edge features like the Display Audio touchscreen for a high-end feel. Honda developed a whole range of technologies to make driving the 2019 CR-V a truly engaging experience. The seamlessly integrated features keep you connected not only to the road and the ever-changing elements, but also to your world and the things you love.

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Honda 4th of July Sales Event in Illinois

The Honda 4th of July Sales Event is going on now through July 8, 2019 at any of the eight conveniently located Honda dealerships throughout Illinois. If you’re ready to begin the car buying process, find your nearest Honda dealer below or simply search by zip code using our dealer locator tool.

Roy Schmidt Honda

Roy Schmidt Honda

1705 W Fayette Avenue, Effingham, IL 62401 Sales: 855-426-3193
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Ford Set to Abandon Production of Sedans

The automaker will soon be concentrating solely on trucks, utilities, and commercial vehicles.

It’s true. If you’re a loyal Ford customer, your vehicle choices may become extremely limited if you aren’t in the market for a pickup truck, crossover, or SUV; in fact, by 2020 nearly 90% of Ford’s North American lineup will consist of just that.

The Future of Ford Cars

So what does this news mean? By 2022, Ford will have phased out the Fiesta, Focus, Fusion, and Taurus, leaving Mustang as the last car standing (with the exception of the Focus Active, Ford’s yet-to-be-released mini-crossover).

The Future of Ford Cars

Ford Will Focus on White Space Vehicles

In addition to their current lineup of trucks and utilities, Ford will be concentrating on white space vehicles. What is a “white space” vehicle, you might ask? These are vehicles that combine the best characteristics of cars and utilities, blurring the lines between multiple segments and in turn, making them more difficult to define. Since Ford’s strongest sales come from their trucks, crossovers, and SUVs, it only makes sense that they would pursue this avenue. However, just because their sales figures skew toward the larger vehicles, is Ford really giving consumers what they want (or need)?

Ford White Space Vehicles

It is undeniable that a family of five who’s constantly on the go to various activities, sporting events, and weekend getaways would benefit from a larger vehicle. But what if you don’t need all of that excess space? In his story “The Real Reason Ford Is Phasing Out Its Sedans,” Dan Neil of the Wall Street Journal cited a 2017 study performed by the University of Michigan that revealed 68.9% of light-truck owners used their vehicle primarily for transportation, while 65.4% used theirs for commuting.1 Does it really make sense to drive larger vehicles with lesser fuel economy if you don’t have to? Ford seems to think so.

High Risk Strategy

Industry analysts believe Ford’s strategy of focusing on larger vehicles that manage lesser fuel economy could be a detriment to the auto manufacturer if (and when) gas prices begin to increase; not to mention the impact on their customers’ pocket books. Additionally, in an already over-saturated automotive category, what will set these new Ford vehicles apart from the competition? After all, if a car shopper is searching for a crossover or SUV, the CR-V, Pilot, and HR-V are all priced below their Ford counterparts—Escape, Explorer, and Edge, respectively—while also providing better fuel economy.

Ford High Risk Background

General Motors to Follow Suit

Just as Ford has begun its withdrawal from the sedan and small car segments, General Motors announced this November they will also be ending production on six sedans by the end of 2019.2 Due to slumping sales and changing consumer behaviors, GM announced substantial layoffs and the closure of five North American facilities as they shift their focus to crossovers, SUVs, hatchbacks, and trucks. These significant cutbacks will mean the end of the road for six GM sedans, including the Buick LaCrosse, Cadillac CT6, Cadillac XTS, Chevrolet Cruze, Chevrolet Impala, and Chevrolet Volt.

Honda Will Continue to Innovate

While Ford and GM are scaling back (or halting) production on many of their cars, Honda is making history with eco-friendly models like Insight and the ground-breaking Clarity lineup which features a fully electric model, a plug-in hybrid, and a hydrogen-powered sedan. The legendary Accord was named 2018 North American Car of the Year and continues to evolve with its newest hybrid installment. And speaking of award-winning nameplates, the Civic lineup will continue to offer a car for every driving style, from traditional models like the Civic Sedan and Civic Hatchback to sport-centered options like Civic Si and Civic Type R. Click on a vehicle below to learn more now!

Moving in the Right Direction

As Ford’s vehicles make the transition to larger utilities that consume more fuel, Honda has moved in the opposite direction with a vision for clearer skies, cleaner air, and a zero-emissions future. Which then begs the question: Why buy a car from a truck company? Illinois shoppers can be confident that Honda cars will not only remain in production, but they will also continue to offer some of the most efficient vehicles on the road today. Stop into any Central Illinois Honda Dealers location to find the Honda car for you.


Honda Is Made in America

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As other auto manufacturers begin to abandon sedans and other car models, Honda’s presence in the U.S. remains strong.

Ford made headlines last year after announcing it will halt production of the Fiesta, Focus, Fusion, and Taurus, eliminating almost 90 percent of their North American car lineup by 2020. It is yet to be seen how this will affect American jobs, however, the Ford Motor Co. will begin cutting thousands of jobs throughout Europe and potentially closing factories as well. More recently, General Motors revealed plans to restructure their lineup, discontinuing various models under the GM umbrella like the Chevrolet Cruze, Impala, and Volt; the Cadillac CT6 and Cadillac XTS; and the Buick LaCrosse. According to Car and Driver, this cost-saving tactic will result in several North American plants being shut down before the end of this year. Conversely, Honda’s U.S. plants manufactured nearly two-thirds of the Honda and Acura vehicles sold in America in 2018 and have shown no signs of slowing down car production.

Honda 2018 U.S. Production Totals

Honda U.S.-Based Production

Honda was the first Japanese automaker to build engines (1985) and transmissions (1989) in the U.S. and the first to export U.S.-built cars to overseas markets (1987), and now has exported 1.3 million automobiles from the U.S. since that time. Today, Honda has 12 manufacturing facilities in the United States that produce Honda and Acura vehicles and their engines, transmissions, and components; aircraft and aircraft engines; power equipment; and powersports products.

BUCKEYE STATE PRODUCTION

Ohio facilities located in Marysville, Anna, and East Liberty are responsible for producing the Accord and Accord Hybrid, CR-V, various Acura models, and multiple engine types.

GEORGIA EXPORTS

Honda Precision Parts of Georgia is the exclusive producer of Honda’s 10-speed automatic transmission.

GOING GREEN IN INDIANA

Indiana is responsible for building the Insight Hybrid, further increasing Honda’s investment in the production of electrified vehicles in the United States.

DESIGNED & BUILT IN AMERICA

The all-new 2019 Passport became the 8th Honda light truck to be both developed and built in the United States when it joined Alabama’s production roster.

AVIATION IN NORTH CAROLINA

The Honda Aircraft Company’s worldwide headquarters—where the HondaJet is manufactured—is located in Greensboro, while aircraft engines are built by Honda Aero in Burlington.

United States Honda Plant Locations

Honda Production in the Midwest

Honda’s presence has been felt throughout the Midwest since the early 1980s providing thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in capital investment. Ohio and Indiana hold the lion share of Midwest-based manufacturing plants and below is breakdown of each one.

Honda Transmission Mfg. of America, Inc.
Russells Point, OH

  • Production Started: 1996
  • Associates: 1,115
  • Capital Investment: $915 million
  • Capacity: 1 million transmissions / 970,000 gear sets / 160,000 4WD systems / 200,000 4WD transfer cases

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Anna Engine Plant
Anna, OH

  • Production Started: 1985
  • Associates: 3,200
  • Capital Investment: $2.6 billion
  • Capacity: 1.18 million engines

 

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Marysville Auto Plant
Marysville, OH

  • Production Started: 1982
  • Associates: 4,700
  • Capital Investment: $5.3 billion
  • Capacity: 440,000 vehicles

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Performance Manufacturing Center
Marysville, OH

  • Production Started: 2016
  • Associates: 100
  • Capital Investment: $70 million
  • Capacity: 8-10 vehicles per day

*Includes Acura vehicles

 

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. East Liberty Auto Plant
East Liberty, OH

  • Production Started: 1989
  • Associates: 2,800
  • Capital Investment: $1.9 billion
  • Capacity: 240,000 vehicles

Honda Manufacturing of Indiana, LLC
Greensburg, IN

  • Production Started: 2008
  • Associates: 2,500
  • Capital Investment: $1.2 billion
  • Capacity: 250,000 vehicles

 

Made in the U.S.A.

Honda began manufacturing in America in 1979 when it opened its first plant in Marysville, Ohio. Today, Honda builds products at 12 manufacturing plants across the country. Honda has built 26.1 million cars and light trucks in the U.S. since 1982.

 

Honda Invests in America

Since establishing its first U.S. business operation, a Los Angeles storefront in 1959, Honda has continued investing in America for 60 years—fulfilling its longstanding commitment to build products closer to the customer.

Most recently, Honda’s new investment into U.S. operations has reached $5.6 billion during the past five years.

Honda employs more than 31,000 associates in the U.S., with 75 percent of these associates working in manufacturing.

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

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Honda has invested $1.1 billion into its American R&D operations. They have the longest U.S. manufacturing presence of any international automaker, contributing to the U.S. economy through manufacturing, R&D, sales, and finance operations—all based here in America.

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Honda Top Investment States

Closer Look at Midwest Investments

Honda has invested in the United States from coast to coast, but the Midwest is truly reaping the benefits of Honda’s presence with billions of dollars being spent in states like Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio.

Honda Investments in Ohio

Honda Investments in Ohio

OHIO AT A GLANCE

  • $13.1 billion in total capital investment
  • 15,300 associates
  • 468 authorized dealerships with 6,680 employees
  • 135 parts and materials supplier facilities
  • Honda North America, Inc.
  • Honda Engineering North America, Inc.
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Anna Engine Plant
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. East Liberty Auto Plant
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Marysville Auto Plant
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Performance Manufacturing Center
  • Honda Transmission Mfg. of America, Inc.
  • Sales, service, and parts zone offices
  • 2 parts centers

Honda Investments in Indiana

Honda Investments in Indiana

INDIANA AT A GLANCE

  • $1.2 billion in total capital investment
  • 2,500 associates
  • 294 authorized dealerships with 3,381 employees
  • 51 parts and materials supplier facilities
  • Honda Manufacturing of Indiana, LLC

Honda Investments in Michigan

Honda Investments in Michigan

MICHIGAN AT A GLANCE

  • $73 million in total capital investment
  • 400 authorized dealerships with 4,182 employees
  • 137 parts and materials supplier facilities
  • R&D facility

 

Investing in America’s Communities

Not only does Honda invest in the U.S. economy, but they’re also investing in communities all across the country. Since 1984, the American Honda Foundation has awarded grants to community organizations that have served more than 118 million Americans.


Roy Schmidt Honda Service

Are you curious about Roy Schmidt Honda? Here’s more about the experience we offer our Effingham, Mattoon, Vandalia, and Charleston drivers. At Roy Schmidt Honda, we’re committed to providing our drivers with the ultimate dealership experience. We have a comprehensive selection of new Honda models, budget-friendly used cars, car loans, Honda leases, and friendly service – there’s a variety of reasons why our customers continue to return to our conveniently located showroom.

 

[1] Wall Street Journal, 2018. Visit https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-real-reason-ford-is-phasing-out-its-sedans-1525369304 for more information. [2] CNN.com, 2018. Visit https://www.cnn.com/2018/11/26/business/gm-cars-dropping-production/index.html for more information. [3] Honda has built 26.1 Million cars and light trucks in the U.S. since 1982, HondaInAmerica.com *“The Most American Cars and Trucks You Can Buy (By Parts Content!),” Car and Driver, March 2019. [4] Car and Driver, November 2018. Visit https://www.caranddriver.com/features/g25307911/general-motors-killing-cars-production-2019/ for more information. [5] Fortune, November 2018. Visit http://fortune.com/2018/11/26/gm-discontinue-car-models-chevrolet-volt-cruze-impala-buick-lacrosse-cadillac-xts-ct6/ for more information. [6] Bloomberg, January 2019. Visit https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-01-10/ford-to-cut-thousands-of-jobs-in-europe-eyes-plant-closures for more information. [7] Visit https://hondainamerica.com/ for more information.
O'Brien Honda of Bloomington

O’Brien Honda of Bloomington

1602 General Electric Road, Bloomington, IL 61704 Sales: 855-381-9881

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Ford Set to Abandon Production of Sedans

The automaker will soon be concentrating solely on trucks, utilities, and commercial vehicles.

It’s true. If you’re a loyal Ford customer, your vehicle choices may become extremely limited if you aren’t in the market for a pickup truck, crossover, or SUV; in fact, by 2020 nearly 90% of Ford’s North American lineup will consist of just that.

The Future of Ford Cars

So what does this news mean? By 2022, Ford will have phased out the Fiesta, Focus, Fusion, and Taurus, leaving Mustang as the last car standing (with the exception of the Focus Active, Ford’s yet-to-be-released mini-crossover).

The Future of Ford Cars

Ford Will Focus on White Space Vehicles

In addition to their current lineup of trucks and utilities, Ford will be concentrating on white space vehicles. What is a “white space” vehicle, you might ask? These are vehicles that combine the best characteristics of cars and utilities, blurring the lines between multiple segments and in turn, making them more difficult to define. Since Ford’s strongest sales come from their trucks, crossovers, and SUVs, it only makes sense that they would pursue this avenue. However, just because their sales figures skew toward the larger vehicles, is Ford really giving consumers what they want (or need)?

Ford White Space Vehicles

It is undeniable that a family of five who’s constantly on the go to various activities, sporting events, and weekend getaways would benefit from a larger vehicle. But what if you don’t need all of that excess space? In his story “The Real Reason Ford Is Phasing Out Its Sedans,” Dan Neil of the Wall Street Journal cited a 2017 study performed by the University of Michigan that revealed 68.9% of light-truck owners used their vehicle primarily for transportation, while 65.4% used theirs for commuting.1 Does it really make sense to drive larger vehicles with lesser fuel economy if you don’t have to? Ford seems to think so.

High Risk Strategy

Industry analysts believe Ford’s strategy of focusing on larger vehicles that manage lesser fuel economy could be a detriment to the auto manufacturer if (and when) gas prices begin to increase; not to mention the impact on their customers’ pocket books. Additionally, in an already over-saturated automotive category, what will set these new Ford vehicles apart from the competition? After all, if a car shopper is searching for a crossover or SUV, the CR-V, Pilot, and HR-V are all priced below their Ford counterparts—Escape, Explorer, and Edge, respectively—while also providing better fuel economy.

Ford High Risk Background

General Motors to Follow Suit

Just as Ford has begun its withdrawal from the sedan and small car segments, General Motors announced this November they will also be ending production on six sedans by the end of 2019.2 Due to slumping sales and changing consumer behaviors, GM announced substantial layoffs and the closure of five North American facilities as they shift their focus to crossovers, SUVs, hatchbacks, and trucks. These significant cutbacks will mean the end of the road for six GM sedans, including the Buick LaCrosse, Cadillac CT6, Cadillac XTS, Chevrolet Cruze, Chevrolet Impala, and Chevrolet Volt.

Honda Will Continue to Innovate

While Ford and GM are scaling back (or halting) production on many of their cars, Honda is making history with eco-friendly models like Insight and the ground-breaking Clarity lineup which features a fully electric model, a plug-in hybrid, and a hydrogen-powered sedan. The legendary Accord was named 2018 North American Car of the Year and continues to evolve with its newest hybrid installment. And speaking of award-winning nameplates, the Civic lineup will continue to offer a car for every driving style, from traditional models like the Civic Sedan and Civic Hatchback to sport-centered options like Civic Si and Civic Type R. Click on a vehicle below to learn more now!

Moving in the Right Direction

As Ford’s vehicles make the transition to larger utilities that consume more fuel, Honda has moved in the opposite direction with a vision for clearer skies, cleaner air, and a zero-emissions future. Which then begs the question: Why buy a car from a truck company? Illinois shoppers can be confident that Honda cars will not only remain in production, but they will also continue to offer some of the most efficient vehicles on the road today. Stop into any Central Illinois Honda Dealers location to find the Honda car for you.


Honda Is Made in America

Honda Made in America Banner

As other auto manufacturers begin to abandon sedans and other car models, Honda’s presence in the U.S. remains strong.

Ford made headlines last year after announcing it will halt production of the Fiesta, Focus, Fusion, and Taurus, eliminating almost 90 percent of their North American car lineup by 2020. It is yet to be seen how this will affect American jobs, however, the Ford Motor Co. will begin cutting thousands of jobs throughout Europe and potentially closing factories as well. More recently, General Motors revealed plans to restructure their lineup, discontinuing various models under the GM umbrella like the Chevrolet Cruze, Impala, and Volt; the Cadillac CT6 and Cadillac XTS; and the Buick LaCrosse. According to Car and Driver, this cost-saving tactic will result in several North American plants being shut down before the end of this year. Conversely, Honda’s U.S. plants manufactured nearly two-thirds of the Honda and Acura vehicles sold in America in 2018 and have shown no signs of slowing down car production.

Honda 2018 U.S. Production Totals

Honda U.S.-Based Production

Honda was the first Japanese automaker to build engines (1985) and transmissions (1989) in the U.S. and the first to export U.S.-built cars to overseas markets (1987), and now has exported 1.3 million automobiles from the U.S. since that time. Today, Honda has 12 manufacturing facilities in the United States that produce Honda and Acura vehicles and their engines, transmissions, and components; aircraft and aircraft engines; power equipment; and powersports products.

BUCKEYE STATE PRODUCTION

Ohio facilities located in Marysville, Anna, and East Liberty are responsible for producing the Accord and Accord Hybrid, CR-V, various Acura models, and multiple engine types.

GEORGIA EXPORTS

Honda Precision Parts of Georgia is the exclusive producer of Honda’s 10-speed automatic transmission.

GOING GREEN IN INDIANA

Indiana is responsible for building the Insight Hybrid, further increasing Honda’s investment in the production of electrified vehicles in the United States.

DESIGNED & BUILT IN AMERICA

The all-new 2019 Passport became the 8th Honda light truck to be both developed and built in the United States when it joined Alabama’s production roster.

AVIATION IN NORTH CAROLINA

The Honda Aircraft Company’s worldwide headquarters—where the HondaJet is manufactured—is located in Greensboro, while aircraft engines are built by Honda Aero in Burlington.

United States Honda Plant Locations

Honda Production in the Midwest

Honda’s presence has been felt throughout the Midwest since the early 1980s providing thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in capital investment. Ohio and Indiana hold the lion share of Midwest-based manufacturing plants and below is breakdown of each one.

Honda Transmission Mfg. of America, Inc.
Russells Point, OH

  • Production Started: 1996
  • Associates: 1,115
  • Capital Investment: $915 million
  • Capacity: 1 million transmissions / 970,000 gear sets / 160,000 4WD systems / 200,000 4WD transfer cases

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Anna Engine Plant
Anna, OH

  • Production Started: 1985
  • Associates: 3,200
  • Capital Investment: $2.6 billion
  • Capacity: 1.18 million engines

 

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Marysville Auto Plant
Marysville, OH

  • Production Started: 1982
  • Associates: 4,700
  • Capital Investment: $5.3 billion
  • Capacity: 440,000 vehicles

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Performance Manufacturing Center
Marysville, OH

  • Production Started: 2016
  • Associates: 100
  • Capital Investment: $70 million
  • Capacity: 8-10 vehicles per day

*Includes Acura vehicles

 

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. East Liberty Auto Plant
East Liberty, OH

  • Production Started: 1989
  • Associates: 2,800
  • Capital Investment: $1.9 billion
  • Capacity: 240,000 vehicles

Honda Manufacturing of Indiana, LLC
Greensburg, IN

  • Production Started: 2008
  • Associates: 2,500
  • Capital Investment: $1.2 billion
  • Capacity: 250,000 vehicles

 

Made in the U.S.A.

Honda began manufacturing in America in 1979 when it opened its first plant in Marysville, Ohio. Today, Honda builds products at 12 manufacturing plants across the country. Honda has built 26.1 million cars and light trucks in the U.S. since 1982.

 

Honda Invests in America

Since establishing its first U.S. business operation, a Los Angeles storefront in 1959, Honda has continued investing in America for 60 years—fulfilling its longstanding commitment to build products closer to the customer.

Most recently, Honda’s new investment into U.S. operations has reached $5.6 billion during the past five years.

Honda employs more than 31,000 associates in the U.S., with 75 percent of these associates working in manufacturing.

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

Honda U.S. Investments Graphic

Honda has invested $1.1 billion into its American R&D operations. They have the longest U.S. manufacturing presence of any international automaker, contributing to the U.S. economy through manufacturing, R&D, sales, and finance operations—all based here in America.

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Honda Top Investment States

Closer Look at Midwest Investments

Honda has invested in the United States from coast to coast, but the Midwest is truly reaping the benefits of Honda’s presence with billions of dollars being spent in states like Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio.

Honda Investments in Ohio

Honda Investments in Ohio

OHIO AT A GLANCE

  • $13.1 billion in total capital investment
  • 15,300 associates
  • 468 authorized dealerships with 6,680 employees
  • 135 parts and materials supplier facilities
  • Honda North America, Inc.
  • Honda Engineering North America, Inc.
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Anna Engine Plant
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. East Liberty Auto Plant
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Marysville Auto Plant
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Performance Manufacturing Center
  • Honda Transmission Mfg. of America, Inc.
  • Sales, service, and parts zone offices
  • 2 parts centers

Honda Investments in Indiana

Honda Investments in Indiana

INDIANA AT A GLANCE

  • $1.2 billion in total capital investment
  • 2,500 associates
  • 294 authorized dealerships with 3,381 employees
  • 51 parts and materials supplier facilities
  • Honda Manufacturing of Indiana, LLC

Honda Investments in Michigan

Honda Investments in Michigan

MICHIGAN AT A GLANCE

  • $73 million in total capital investment
  • 400 authorized dealerships with 4,182 employees
  • 137 parts and materials supplier facilities
  • R&D facility

 

Investing in America’s Communities

Not only does Honda invest in the U.S. economy, but they’re also investing in communities all across the country. Since 1984, the American Honda Foundation has awarded grants to community organizations that have served more than 118 million Americans.


O’Brien Honda of Bloomington Service

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[1] Wall Street Journal, 2018. Visit https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-real-reason-ford-is-phasing-out-its-sedans-1525369304 for more information. [2] CNN.com, 2018. Visit https://www.cnn.com/2018/11/26/business/gm-cars-dropping-production/index.html for more information. [3] Honda has built 26.1 Million cars and light trucks in the U.S. since 1982, HondaInAmerica.com *“The Most American Cars and Trucks You Can Buy (By Parts Content!),” Car and Driver, March 2019. [4] Car and Driver, November 2018. Visit https://www.caranddriver.com/features/g25307911/general-motors-killing-cars-production-2019/ for more information. [5] Fortune, November 2018. Visit http://fortune.com/2018/11/26/gm-discontinue-car-models-chevrolet-volt-cruze-impala-buick-lacrosse-cadillac-xts-ct6/ for more information. [6] Bloomberg, January 2019. Visit https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-01-10/ford-to-cut-thousands-of-jobs-in-europe-eyes-plant-closures for more information. [7] Visit https://hondainamerica.com/ for more information.
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Kunes Country Honda of Quincy

221 N. 36th Street, Quincy, IL 62301 Sales: 855-881-6182

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Ford Set to Abandon Production of Sedans

The automaker will soon be concentrating solely on trucks, utilities, and commercial vehicles.

It’s true. If you’re a loyal Ford customer, your vehicle choices may become extremely limited if you aren’t in the market for a pickup truck, crossover, or SUV; in fact, by 2020 nearly 90% of Ford’s North American lineup will consist of just that.

The Future of Ford Cars

So what does this news mean? By 2022, Ford will have phased out the Fiesta, Focus, Fusion, and Taurus, leaving Mustang as the last car standing (with the exception of the Focus Active, Ford’s yet-to-be-released mini-crossover).

The Future of Ford Cars

Ford Will Focus on White Space Vehicles

In addition to their current lineup of trucks and utilities, Ford will be concentrating on white space vehicles. What is a “white space” vehicle, you might ask? These are vehicles that combine the best characteristics of cars and utilities, blurring the lines between multiple segments and in turn, making them more difficult to define. Since Ford’s strongest sales come from their trucks, crossovers, and SUVs, it only makes sense that they would pursue this avenue. However, just because their sales figures skew toward the larger vehicles, is Ford really giving consumers what they want (or need)?

Ford White Space Vehicles

It is undeniable that a family of five who’s constantly on the go to various activities, sporting events, and weekend getaways would benefit from a larger vehicle. But what if you don’t need all of that excess space? In his story “The Real Reason Ford Is Phasing Out Its Sedans,” Dan Neil of the Wall Street Journal cited a 2017 study performed by the University of Michigan that revealed 68.9% of light-truck owners used their vehicle primarily for transportation, while 65.4% used theirs for commuting.1 Does it really make sense to drive larger vehicles with lesser fuel economy if you don’t have to? Ford seems to think so.

High Risk Strategy

Industry analysts believe Ford’s strategy of focusing on larger vehicles that manage lesser fuel economy could be a detriment to the auto manufacturer if (and when) gas prices begin to increase; not to mention the impact on their customers’ pocket books. Additionally, in an already over-saturated automotive category, what will set these new Ford vehicles apart from the competition? After all, if a car shopper is searching for a crossover or SUV, the CR-V, Pilot, and HR-V are all priced below their Ford counterparts—Escape, Explorer, and Edge, respectively—while also providing better fuel economy.

Ford High Risk Background

General Motors to Follow Suit

Just as Ford has begun its withdrawal from the sedan and small car segments, General Motors announced this November they will also be ending production on six sedans by the end of 2019.2 Due to slumping sales and changing consumer behaviors, GM announced substantial layoffs and the closure of five North American facilities as they shift their focus to crossovers, SUVs, hatchbacks, and trucks. These significant cutbacks will mean the end of the road for six GM sedans, including the Buick LaCrosse, Cadillac CT6, Cadillac XTS, Chevrolet Cruze, Chevrolet Impala, and Chevrolet Volt.

Honda Will Continue to Innovate

While Ford and GM are scaling back (or halting) production on many of their cars, Honda is making history with eco-friendly models like Insight and the ground-breaking Clarity lineup which features a fully electric model, a plug-in hybrid, and a hydrogen-powered sedan. The legendary Accord was named 2018 North American Car of the Year and continues to evolve with its newest hybrid installment. And speaking of award-winning nameplates, the Civic lineup will continue to offer a car for every driving style, from traditional models like the Civic Sedan and Civic Hatchback to sport-centered options like Civic Si and Civic Type R. Click on a vehicle below to learn more now!

Moving in the Right Direction

As Ford’s vehicles make the transition to larger utilities that consume more fuel, Honda has moved in the opposite direction with a vision for clearer skies, cleaner air, and a zero-emissions future. Which then begs the question: Why buy a car from a truck company? Illinois shoppers can be confident that Honda cars will not only remain in production, but they will also continue to offer some of the most efficient vehicles on the road today. Stop into any Central Illinois Honda Dealers location to find the Honda car for you.


Honda Is Made in America

Honda Made in America Banner

As other auto manufacturers begin to abandon sedans and other car models, Honda’s presence in the U.S. remains strong.

Ford made headlines last year after announcing it will halt production of the Fiesta, Focus, Fusion, and Taurus, eliminating almost 90 percent of their North American car lineup by 2020. It is yet to be seen how this will affect American jobs, however, the Ford Motor Co. will begin cutting thousands of jobs throughout Europe and potentially closing factories as well. More recently, General Motors revealed plans to restructure their lineup, discontinuing various models under the GM umbrella like the Chevrolet Cruze, Impala, and Volt; the Cadillac CT6 and Cadillac XTS; and the Buick LaCrosse. According to Car and Driver, this cost-saving tactic will result in several North American plants being shut down before the end of this year. Conversely, Honda’s U.S. plants manufactured nearly two-thirds of the Honda and Acura vehicles sold in America in 2018 and have shown no signs of slowing down car production.

Honda 2018 U.S. Production Totals

Honda U.S.-Based Production

Honda was the first Japanese automaker to build engines (1985) and transmissions (1989) in the U.S. and the first to export U.S.-built cars to overseas markets (1987), and now has exported 1.3 million automobiles from the U.S. since that time. Today, Honda has 12 manufacturing facilities in the United States that produce Honda and Acura vehicles and their engines, transmissions, and components; aircraft and aircraft engines; power equipment; and powersports products.

BUCKEYE STATE PRODUCTION

Ohio facilities located in Marysville, Anna, and East Liberty are responsible for producing the Accord and Accord Hybrid, CR-V, various Acura models, and multiple engine types.

GEORGIA EXPORTS

Honda Precision Parts of Georgia is the exclusive producer of Honda’s 10-speed automatic transmission.

GOING GREEN IN INDIANA

Indiana is responsible for building the Insight Hybrid, further increasing Honda’s investment in the production of electrified vehicles in the United States.

DESIGNED & BUILT IN AMERICA

The all-new 2019 Passport became the 8th Honda light truck to be both developed and built in the United States when it joined Alabama’s production roster.

AVIATION IN NORTH CAROLINA

The Honda Aircraft Company’s worldwide headquarters—where the HondaJet is manufactured—is located in Greensboro, while aircraft engines are built by Honda Aero in Burlington.

United States Honda Plant Locations

Honda Production in the Midwest

Honda’s presence has been felt throughout the Midwest since the early 1980s providing thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in capital investment. Ohio and Indiana hold the lion share of Midwest-based manufacturing plants and below is breakdown of each one.

Honda Transmission Mfg. of America, Inc.
Russells Point, OH

  • Production Started: 1996
  • Associates: 1,115
  • Capital Investment: $915 million
  • Capacity: 1 million transmissions / 970,000 gear sets / 160,000 4WD systems / 200,000 4WD transfer cases

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Anna Engine Plant
Anna, OH

  • Production Started: 1985
  • Associates: 3,200
  • Capital Investment: $2.6 billion
  • Capacity: 1.18 million engines

 

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Marysville Auto Plant
Marysville, OH

  • Production Started: 1982
  • Associates: 4,700
  • Capital Investment: $5.3 billion
  • Capacity: 440,000 vehicles

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Performance Manufacturing Center
Marysville, OH

  • Production Started: 2016
  • Associates: 100
  • Capital Investment: $70 million
  • Capacity: 8-10 vehicles per day

*Includes Acura vehicles

 

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. East Liberty Auto Plant
East Liberty, OH

  • Production Started: 1989
  • Associates: 2,800
  • Capital Investment: $1.9 billion
  • Capacity: 240,000 vehicles

Honda Manufacturing of Indiana, LLC
Greensburg, IN

  • Production Started: 2008
  • Associates: 2,500
  • Capital Investment: $1.2 billion
  • Capacity: 250,000 vehicles

 

Made in the U.S.A.

Honda began manufacturing in America in 1979 when it opened its first plant in Marysville, Ohio. Today, Honda builds products at 12 manufacturing plants across the country. Honda has built 26.1 million cars and light trucks in the U.S. since 1982.

 

Honda Invests in America

Since establishing its first U.S. business operation, a Los Angeles storefront in 1959, Honda has continued investing in America for 60 years—fulfilling its longstanding commitment to build products closer to the customer.

Most recently, Honda’s new investment into U.S. operations has reached $5.6 billion during the past five years.

Honda employs more than 31,000 associates in the U.S., with 75 percent of these associates working in manufacturing.

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

Honda U.S. Investments Graphic

Honda has invested $1.1 billion into its American R&D operations. They have the longest U.S. manufacturing presence of any international automaker, contributing to the U.S. economy through manufacturing, R&D, sales, and finance operations—all based here in America.

Honda U.S. Materials Suppliers Map

Honda Top Investment States

Closer Look at Midwest Investments

Honda has invested in the United States from coast to coast, but the Midwest is truly reaping the benefits of Honda’s presence with billions of dollars being spent in states like Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio.

Honda Investments in Ohio

Honda Investments in Ohio

OHIO AT A GLANCE

  • $13.1 billion in total capital investment
  • 15,300 associates
  • 468 authorized dealerships with 6,680 employees
  • 135 parts and materials supplier facilities
  • Honda North America, Inc.
  • Honda Engineering North America, Inc.
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Anna Engine Plant
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. East Liberty Auto Plant
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Marysville Auto Plant
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Performance Manufacturing Center
  • Honda Transmission Mfg. of America, Inc.
  • Sales, service, and parts zone offices
  • 2 parts centers

Honda Investments in Indiana

Honda Investments in Indiana

INDIANA AT A GLANCE

  • $1.2 billion in total capital investment
  • 2,500 associates
  • 294 authorized dealerships with 3,381 employees
  • 51 parts and materials supplier facilities
  • Honda Manufacturing of Indiana, LLC

Honda Investments in Michigan

Honda Investments in Michigan

MICHIGAN AT A GLANCE

  • $73 million in total capital investment
  • 400 authorized dealerships with 4,182 employees
  • 137 parts and materials supplier facilities
  • R&D facility

 

Investing in America’s Communities

Not only does Honda invest in the U.S. economy, but they’re also investing in communities all across the country. Since 1984, the American Honda Foundation has awarded grants to community organizations that have served more than 118 million Americans.


Kunes Country Honda of Quincy Service

At Kunes Country Honda of Quincy, we are your one stop shop for new Honda cars in central Illinois and pre-owned cars for Quincy, IL, Hannibal, MO, Keokuk, IA and surrounding areas. We have a great selection of new and certified pre-owned Honda vehicles such as the Honda Accord, Civic, Pilot, CR-V, Odyssey, and Fit. Our dealership takes pride in helping you out during every step of the purchasing process: before, during and after the sale. We provide state-of-the-art facilities to our customers with free Wi-Fi, a children’s play area, lounge with TV, and free refreshments every day of the week.

 

[1] Wall Street Journal, 2018. Visit https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-real-reason-ford-is-phasing-out-its-sedans-1525369304 for more information. [2] CNN.com, 2018. Visit https://www.cnn.com/2018/11/26/business/gm-cars-dropping-production/index.html for more information. [3] Honda has built 26.1 Million cars and light trucks in the U.S. since 1982, HondaInAmerica.com *“The Most American Cars and Trucks You Can Buy (By Parts Content!),” Car and Driver, March 2019. [4] Car and Driver, November 2018. Visit https://www.caranddriver.com/features/g25307911/general-motors-killing-cars-production-2019/ for more information. [5] Fortune, November 2018. Visit http://fortune.com/2018/11/26/gm-discontinue-car-models-chevrolet-volt-cruze-impala-buick-lacrosse-cadillac-xts-ct6/ for more information. [6] Bloomberg, January 2019. Visit https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-01-10/ford-to-cut-thousands-of-jobs-in-europe-eyes-plant-closures for more information. [7] Visit https://hondainamerica.com/ for more information.
Honda of Illinois

Honda of Illinois

2500 Prairie Crossing Drive, Springfield, IL 62711 Sales: 855-419-4471
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Ford Set to Abandon Production of Sedans

The automaker will soon be concentrating solely on trucks, utilities, and commercial vehicles.

It’s true. If you’re a loyal Ford customer, your vehicle choices may become extremely limited if you aren’t in the market for a pickup truck, crossover, or SUV; in fact, by 2020 nearly 90% of Ford’s North American lineup will consist of just that.

The Future of Ford Cars

So what does this news mean? By 2022, Ford will have phased out the Fiesta, Focus, Fusion, and Taurus, leaving Mustang as the last car standing (with the exception of the Focus Active, Ford’s yet-to-be-released mini-crossover).

The Future of Ford Cars

Ford Will Focus on White Space Vehicles

In addition to their current lineup of trucks and utilities, Ford will be concentrating on white space vehicles. What is a “white space” vehicle, you might ask? These are vehicles that combine the best characteristics of cars and utilities, blurring the lines between multiple segments and in turn, making them more difficult to define. Since Ford’s strongest sales come from their trucks, crossovers, and SUVs, it only makes sense that they would pursue this avenue. However, just because their sales figures skew toward the larger vehicles, is Ford really giving consumers what they want (or need)?

Ford White Space Vehicles

It is undeniable that a family of five who’s constantly on the go to various activities, sporting events, and weekend getaways would benefit from a larger vehicle. But what if you don’t need all of that excess space? In his story “The Real Reason Ford Is Phasing Out Its Sedans,” Dan Neil of the Wall Street Journal cited a 2017 study performed by the University of Michigan that revealed 68.9% of light-truck owners used their vehicle primarily for transportation, while 65.4% used theirs for commuting.1 Does it really make sense to drive larger vehicles with lesser fuel economy if you don’t have to? Ford seems to think so.

High Risk Strategy

Industry analysts believe Ford’s strategy of focusing on larger vehicles that manage lesser fuel economy could be a detriment to the auto manufacturer if (and when) gas prices begin to increase; not to mention the impact on their customers’ pocket books. Additionally, in an already over-saturated automotive category, what will set these new Ford vehicles apart from the competition? After all, if a car shopper is searching for a crossover or SUV, the CR-V, Pilot, and HR-V are all priced below their Ford counterparts—Escape, Explorer, and Edge, respectively—while also providing better fuel economy.

Ford High Risk Background

General Motors to Follow Suit

Just as Ford has begun its withdrawal from the sedan and small car segments, General Motors announced this November they will also be ending production on six sedans by the end of 2019.2 Due to slumping sales and changing consumer behaviors, GM announced substantial layoffs and the closure of five North American facilities as they shift their focus to crossovers, SUVs, hatchbacks, and trucks. These significant cutbacks will mean the end of the road for six GM sedans, including the Buick LaCrosse, Cadillac CT6, Cadillac XTS, Chevrolet Cruze, Chevrolet Impala, and Chevrolet Volt.

Honda Will Continue to Innovate

While Ford and GM are scaling back (or halting) production on many of their cars, Honda is making history with eco-friendly models like Insight and the ground-breaking Clarity lineup which features a fully electric model, a plug-in hybrid, and a hydrogen-powered sedan. The legendary Accord was named 2018 North American Car of the Year and continues to evolve with its newest hybrid installment. And speaking of award-winning nameplates, the Civic lineup will continue to offer a car for every driving style, from traditional models like the Civic Sedan and Civic Hatchback to sport-centered options like Civic Si and Civic Type R. Click on a vehicle below to learn more now!

Moving in the Right Direction

As Ford’s vehicles make the transition to larger utilities that consume more fuel, Honda has moved in the opposite direction with a vision for clearer skies, cleaner air, and a zero-emissions future. Which then begs the question: Why buy a car from a truck company? Illinois shoppers can be confident that Honda cars will not only remain in production, but they will also continue to offer some of the most efficient vehicles on the road today. Stop into any Central Illinois Honda Dealers location to find the Honda car for you.


Honda Is Made in America

Honda Made in America Banner

As other auto manufacturers begin to abandon sedans and other car models, Honda’s presence in the U.S. remains strong.

Ford made headlines last year after announcing it will halt production of the Fiesta, Focus, Fusion, and Taurus, eliminating almost 90 percent of their North American car lineup by 2020. It is yet to be seen how this will affect American jobs, however, the Ford Motor Co. will begin cutting thousands of jobs throughout Europe and potentially closing factories as well. More recently, General Motors revealed plans to restructure their lineup, discontinuing various models under the GM umbrella like the Chevrolet Cruze, Impala, and Volt; the Cadillac CT6 and Cadillac XTS; and the Buick LaCrosse. According to Car and Driver, this cost-saving tactic will result in several North American plants being shut down before the end of this year. Conversely, Honda’s U.S. plants manufactured nearly two-thirds of the Honda and Acura vehicles sold in America in 2018 and have shown no signs of slowing down car production.

Honda 2018 U.S. Production Totals

Honda U.S.-Based Production

Honda was the first Japanese automaker to build engines (1985) and transmissions (1989) in the U.S. and the first to export U.S.-built cars to overseas markets (1987), and now has exported 1.3 million automobiles from the U.S. since that time. Today, Honda has 12 manufacturing facilities in the United States that produce Honda and Acura vehicles and their engines, transmissions, and components; aircraft and aircraft engines; power equipment; and powersports products.

BUCKEYE STATE PRODUCTION

Ohio facilities located in Marysville, Anna, and East Liberty are responsible for producing the Accord and Accord Hybrid, CR-V, various Acura models, and multiple engine types.

GEORGIA EXPORTS

Honda Precision Parts of Georgia is the exclusive producer of Honda’s 10-speed automatic transmission.

GOING GREEN IN INDIANA

Indiana is responsible for building the Insight Hybrid, further increasing Honda’s investment in the production of electrified vehicles in the United States.

DESIGNED & BUILT IN AMERICA

The all-new 2019 Passport became the 8th Honda light truck to be both developed and built in the United States when it joined Alabama’s production roster.

AVIATION IN NORTH CAROLINA

The Honda Aircraft Company’s worldwide headquarters—where the HondaJet is manufactured—is located in Greensboro, while aircraft engines are built by Honda Aero in Burlington.

United States Honda Plant Locations

Honda Production in the Midwest

Honda’s presence has been felt throughout the Midwest since the early 1980s providing thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in capital investment. Ohio and Indiana hold the lion share of Midwest-based manufacturing plants and below is breakdown of each one.

Honda Transmission Mfg. of America, Inc.
Russells Point, OH

  • Production Started: 1996
  • Associates: 1,115
  • Capital Investment: $915 million
  • Capacity: 1 million transmissions / 970,000 gear sets / 160,000 4WD systems / 200,000 4WD transfer cases

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Anna Engine Plant
Anna, OH

  • Production Started: 1985
  • Associates: 3,200
  • Capital Investment: $2.6 billion
  • Capacity: 1.18 million engines

 

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Marysville Auto Plant
Marysville, OH

  • Production Started: 1982
  • Associates: 4,700
  • Capital Investment: $5.3 billion
  • Capacity: 440,000 vehicles

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Performance Manufacturing Center
Marysville, OH

  • Production Started: 2016
  • Associates: 100
  • Capital Investment: $70 million
  • Capacity: 8-10 vehicles per day

*Includes Acura vehicles

 

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. East Liberty Auto Plant
East Liberty, OH

  • Production Started: 1989
  • Associates: 2,800
  • Capital Investment: $1.9 billion
  • Capacity: 240,000 vehicles

Honda Manufacturing of Indiana, LLC
Greensburg, IN

  • Production Started: 2008
  • Associates: 2,500
  • Capital Investment: $1.2 billion
  • Capacity: 250,000 vehicles

 

Made in the U.S.A.

Honda began manufacturing in America in 1979 when it opened its first plant in Marysville, Ohio. Today, Honda builds products at 12 manufacturing plants across the country. Honda has built 26.1 million cars and light trucks in the U.S. since 1982.

 

Honda Invests in America

Since establishing its first U.S. business operation, a Los Angeles storefront in 1959, Honda has continued investing in America for 60 years—fulfilling its longstanding commitment to build products closer to the customer.

Most recently, Honda’s new investment into U.S. operations has reached $5.6 billion during the past five years.

Honda employs more than 31,000 associates in the U.S., with 75 percent of these associates working in manufacturing.

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

Honda U.S. Investments Graphic

Honda has invested $1.1 billion into its American R&D operations. They have the longest U.S. manufacturing presence of any international automaker, contributing to the U.S. economy through manufacturing, R&D, sales, and finance operations—all based here in America.

Honda U.S. Materials Suppliers Map

Honda Top Investment States

Closer Look at Midwest Investments

Honda has invested in the United States from coast to coast, but the Midwest is truly reaping the benefits of Honda’s presence with billions of dollars being spent in states like Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio.

Honda Investments in Ohio

Honda Investments in Ohio

OHIO AT A GLANCE

  • $13.1 billion in total capital investment
  • 15,300 associates
  • 468 authorized dealerships with 6,680 employees
  • 135 parts and materials supplier facilities
  • Honda North America, Inc.
  • Honda Engineering North America, Inc.
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Anna Engine Plant
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. East Liberty Auto Plant
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Marysville Auto Plant
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Performance Manufacturing Center
  • Honda Transmission Mfg. of America, Inc.
  • Sales, service, and parts zone offices
  • 2 parts centers

Honda Investments in Indiana

Honda Investments in Indiana

INDIANA AT A GLANCE

  • $1.2 billion in total capital investment
  • 2,500 associates
  • 294 authorized dealerships with 3,381 employees
  • 51 parts and materials supplier facilities
  • Honda Manufacturing of Indiana, LLC

Honda Investments in Michigan

Honda Investments in Michigan

MICHIGAN AT A GLANCE

  • $73 million in total capital investment
  • 400 authorized dealerships with 4,182 employees
  • 137 parts and materials supplier facilities
  • R&D facility

 

Investing in America’s Communities

Not only does Honda invest in the U.S. economy, but they’re also investing in communities all across the country. Since 1984, the American Honda Foundation has awarded grants to community organizations that have served more than 118 million Americans.


Honda of Illinois Service

Honda of Illinois, a Honda dealer in Springfield, IL was built with one mission: Provide amenities to guarantee customer satisfaction before, during, and after the sale of our great Honda cars, trucks, and SUVS. There are so many ways that we appeal to our customers, and it all starts with offering you a comprehensive dealership experience here at Honda of Illinois. You get all your bases covered from the moment you walk in, and have us to help you every step of your journey as you own your vehicle.

 

[1] Wall Street Journal, 2018. Visit https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-real-reason-ford-is-phasing-out-its-sedans-1525369304 for more information. [2] CNN.com, 2018. Visit https://www.cnn.com/2018/11/26/business/gm-cars-dropping-production/index.html for more information. [3] Honda has built 26.1 Million cars and light trucks in the U.S. since 1982, HondaInAmerica.com *“The Most American Cars and Trucks You Can Buy (By Parts Content!),” Car and Driver, March 2019. [4] Car and Driver, November 2018. Visit https://www.caranddriver.com/features/g25307911/general-motors-killing-cars-production-2019/ for more information. [5] Fortune, November 2018. Visit http://fortune.com/2018/11/26/gm-discontinue-car-models-chevrolet-volt-cruze-impala-buick-lacrosse-cadillac-xts-ct6/ for more information. [6] Bloomberg, January 2019. Visit https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-01-10/ford-to-cut-thousands-of-jobs-in-europe-eyes-plant-closures for more information. [7] Visit https://hondainamerica.com/ for more information.
Honda of Champaign

Honda of Champaign

100 Burwash Avenue, Savoy, IL 61874 Sales: 855-390-1846

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Ford Set to Abandon Production of Sedans

The automaker will soon be concentrating solely on trucks, utilities, and commercial vehicles.

It’s true. If you’re a loyal Ford customer, your vehicle choices may become extremely limited if you aren’t in the market for a pickup truck, crossover, or SUV; in fact, by 2020 nearly 90% of Ford’s North American lineup will consist of just that.

The Future of Ford Cars

So what does this news mean? By 2022, Ford will have phased out the Fiesta, Focus, Fusion, and Taurus, leaving Mustang as the last car standing (with the exception of the Focus Active, Ford’s yet-to-be-released mini-crossover).

The Future of Ford Cars

Ford Will Focus on White Space Vehicles

In addition to their current lineup of trucks and utilities, Ford will be concentrating on white space vehicles. What is a “white space” vehicle, you might ask? These are vehicles that combine the best characteristics of cars and utilities, blurring the lines between multiple segments and in turn, making them more difficult to define. Since Ford’s strongest sales come from their trucks, crossovers, and SUVs, it only makes sense that they would pursue this avenue. However, just because their sales figures skew toward the larger vehicles, is Ford really giving consumers what they want (or need)?

Ford White Space Vehicles

It is undeniable that a family of five who’s constantly on the go to various activities, sporting events, and weekend getaways would benefit from a larger vehicle. But what if you don’t need all of that excess space? In his story “The Real Reason Ford Is Phasing Out Its Sedans,” Dan Neil of the Wall Street Journal cited a 2017 study performed by the University of Michigan that revealed 68.9% of light-truck owners used their vehicle primarily for transportation, while 65.4% used theirs for commuting.1 Does it really make sense to drive larger vehicles with lesser fuel economy if you don’t have to? Ford seems to think so.

High Risk Strategy

Industry analysts believe Ford’s strategy of focusing on larger vehicles that manage lesser fuel economy could be a detriment to the auto manufacturer if (and when) gas prices begin to increase; not to mention the impact on their customers’ pocket books. Additionally, in an already over-saturated automotive category, what will set these new Ford vehicles apart from the competition? After all, if a car shopper is searching for a crossover or SUV, the CR-V, Pilot, and HR-V are all priced below their Ford counterparts—Escape, Explorer, and Edge, respectively—while also providing better fuel economy.

Ford High Risk Background

General Motors to Follow Suit

Just as Ford has begun its withdrawal from the sedan and small car segments, General Motors announced this November they will also be ending production on six sedans by the end of 2019.2 Due to slumping sales and changing consumer behaviors, GM announced substantial layoffs and the closure of five North American facilities as they shift their focus to crossovers, SUVs, hatchbacks, and trucks. These significant cutbacks will mean the end of the road for six GM sedans, including the Buick LaCrosse, Cadillac CT6, Cadillac XTS, Chevrolet Cruze, Chevrolet Impala, and Chevrolet Volt.

Honda Will Continue to Innovate

While Ford and GM are scaling back (or halting) production on many of their cars, Honda is making history with eco-friendly models like Insight and the ground-breaking Clarity lineup which features a fully electric model, a plug-in hybrid, and a hydrogen-powered sedan. The legendary Accord was named 2018 North American Car of the Year and continues to evolve with its newest hybrid installment. And speaking of award-winning nameplates, the Civic lineup will continue to offer a car for every driving style, from traditional models like the Civic Sedan and Civic Hatchback to sport-centered options like Civic Si and Civic Type R. Click on a vehicle below to learn more now!

Moving in the Right Direction

As Ford’s vehicles make the transition to larger utilities that consume more fuel, Honda has moved in the opposite direction with a vision for clearer skies, cleaner air, and a zero-emissions future. Which then begs the question: Why buy a car from a truck company? Illinois shoppers can be confident that Honda cars will not only remain in production, but they will also continue to offer some of the most efficient vehicles on the road today. Stop into any Central Illinois Honda Dealers location to find the Honda car for you.


Honda Is Made in America

Honda Made in America Banner

As other auto manufacturers begin to abandon sedans and other car models, Honda’s presence in the U.S. remains strong.

Ford made headlines last year after announcing it will halt production of the Fiesta, Focus, Fusion, and Taurus, eliminating almost 90 percent of their North American car lineup by 2020. It is yet to be seen how this will affect American jobs, however, the Ford Motor Co. will begin cutting thousands of jobs throughout Europe and potentially closing factories as well. More recently, General Motors revealed plans to restructure their lineup, discontinuing various models under the GM umbrella like the Chevrolet Cruze, Impala, and Volt; the Cadillac CT6 and Cadillac XTS; and the Buick LaCrosse. According to Car and Driver, this cost-saving tactic will result in several North American plants being shut down before the end of this year. Conversely, Honda’s U.S. plants manufactured nearly two-thirds of the Honda and Acura vehicles sold in America in 2018 and have shown no signs of slowing down car production.

Honda 2018 U.S. Production Totals

Honda U.S.-Based Production

Honda was the first Japanese automaker to build engines (1985) and transmissions (1989) in the U.S. and the first to export U.S.-built cars to overseas markets (1987), and now has exported 1.3 million automobiles from the U.S. since that time. Today, Honda has 12 manufacturing facilities in the United States that produce Honda and Acura vehicles and their engines, transmissions, and components; aircraft and aircraft engines; power equipment; and powersports products.

BUCKEYE STATE PRODUCTION

Ohio facilities located in Marysville, Anna, and East Liberty are responsible for producing the Accord and Accord Hybrid, CR-V, various Acura models, and multiple engine types.

GEORGIA EXPORTS

Honda Precision Parts of Georgia is the exclusive producer of Honda’s 10-speed automatic transmission.

GOING GREEN IN INDIANA

Indiana is responsible for building the Insight Hybrid, further increasing Honda’s investment in the production of electrified vehicles in the United States.

DESIGNED & BUILT IN AMERICA

The all-new 2019 Passport became the 8th Honda light truck to be both developed and built in the United States when it joined Alabama’s production roster.

AVIATION IN NORTH CAROLINA

The Honda Aircraft Company’s worldwide headquarters—where the HondaJet is manufactured—is located in Greensboro, while aircraft engines are built by Honda Aero in Burlington.

United States Honda Plant Locations

Honda Production in the Midwest

Honda’s presence has been felt throughout the Midwest since the early 1980s providing thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in capital investment. Ohio and Indiana hold the lion share of Midwest-based manufacturing plants and below is breakdown of each one.

Honda Transmission Mfg. of America, Inc.
Russells Point, OH

  • Production Started: 1996
  • Associates: 1,115
  • Capital Investment: $915 million
  • Capacity: 1 million transmissions / 970,000 gear sets / 160,000 4WD systems / 200,000 4WD transfer cases

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Anna Engine Plant
Anna, OH

  • Production Started: 1985
  • Associates: 3,200
  • Capital Investment: $2.6 billion
  • Capacity: 1.18 million engines

 

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Marysville Auto Plant
Marysville, OH

  • Production Started: 1982
  • Associates: 4,700
  • Capital Investment: $5.3 billion
  • Capacity: 440,000 vehicles

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Performance Manufacturing Center
Marysville, OH

  • Production Started: 2016
  • Associates: 100
  • Capital Investment: $70 million
  • Capacity: 8-10 vehicles per day

*Includes Acura vehicles

 

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. East Liberty Auto Plant
East Liberty, OH

  • Production Started: 1989
  • Associates: 2,800
  • Capital Investment: $1.9 billion
  • Capacity: 240,000 vehicles

Honda Manufacturing of Indiana, LLC
Greensburg, IN

  • Production Started: 2008
  • Associates: 2,500
  • Capital Investment: $1.2 billion
  • Capacity: 250,000 vehicles

 

Made in the U.S.A.

Honda began manufacturing in America in 1979 when it opened its first plant in Marysville, Ohio. Today, Honda builds products at 12 manufacturing plants across the country. Honda has built 26.1 million cars and light trucks in the U.S. since 1982.

 

Honda Invests in America

Since establishing its first U.S. business operation, a Los Angeles storefront in 1959, Honda has continued investing in America for 60 years—fulfilling its longstanding commitment to build products closer to the customer.

Most recently, Honda’s new investment into U.S. operations has reached $5.6 billion during the past five years.

Honda employs more than 31,000 associates in the U.S., with 75 percent of these associates working in manufacturing.

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

Honda U.S. Investments Graphic

Honda has invested $1.1 billion into its American R&D operations. They have the longest U.S. manufacturing presence of any international automaker, contributing to the U.S. economy through manufacturing, R&D, sales, and finance operations—all based here in America.

Honda U.S. Materials Suppliers Map

Honda Top Investment States

Closer Look at Midwest Investments

Honda has invested in the United States from coast to coast, but the Midwest is truly reaping the benefits of Honda’s presence with billions of dollars being spent in states like Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio.

Honda Investments in Ohio

Honda Investments in Ohio

OHIO AT A GLANCE

  • $13.1 billion in total capital investment
  • 15,300 associates
  • 468 authorized dealerships with 6,680 employees
  • 135 parts and materials supplier facilities
  • Honda North America, Inc.
  • Honda Engineering North America, Inc.
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Anna Engine Plant
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. East Liberty Auto Plant
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Marysville Auto Plant
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Performance Manufacturing Center
  • Honda Transmission Mfg. of America, Inc.
  • Sales, service, and parts zone offices
  • 2 parts centers

Honda Investments in Indiana

Honda Investments in Indiana

INDIANA AT A GLANCE

  • $1.2 billion in total capital investment
  • 2,500 associates
  • 294 authorized dealerships with 3,381 employees
  • 51 parts and materials supplier facilities
  • Honda Manufacturing of Indiana, LLC

Honda Investments in Michigan

Honda Investments in Michigan

MICHIGAN AT A GLANCE

  • $73 million in total capital investment
  • 400 authorized dealerships with 4,182 employees
  • 137 parts and materials supplier facilities
  • R&D facility

 

Investing in America’s Communities

Not only does Honda invest in the U.S. economy, but they’re also investing in communities all across the country. Since 1984, the American Honda Foundation has awarded grants to community organizations that have served more than 118 million Americans.


Honda of Champaign Service

See why Illinois drivers are turning to a car-buying experience that’s as stress-free as possible by visiting Honda of Champaign. Swing by our Honda dealership in Champaign, IL, to shop our selection of new Honda sedans and SUVs. No matter what you have your heart set on, you can rest assured that our Honda sales professionals don’t play games. Our one-price model and transparent sales ensure that you understand every last detail of your Honda lease or loan agreement. Head to Honda of Champaign today for preeminent sales and service.

 

[1] Wall Street Journal, 2018. Visit https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-real-reason-ford-is-phasing-out-its-sedans-1525369304 for more information. [2] CNN.com, 2018. Visit https://www.cnn.com/2018/11/26/business/gm-cars-dropping-production/index.html for more information. [3] Honda has built 26.1 Million cars and light trucks in the U.S. since 1982, HondaInAmerica.com *“The Most American Cars and Trucks You Can Buy (By Parts Content!),” Car and Driver, March 2019. [4] Car and Driver, November 2018. Visit https://www.caranddriver.com/features/g25307911/general-motors-killing-cars-production-2019/ for more information. [5] Fortune, November 2018. Visit http://fortune.com/2018/11/26/gm-discontinue-car-models-chevrolet-volt-cruze-impala-buick-lacrosse-cadillac-xts-ct6/ for more information. [6] Bloomberg, January 2019. Visit https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-01-10/ford-to-cut-thousands-of-jobs-in-europe-eyes-plant-closures for more information. [7] Visit https://hondainamerica.com/ for more information.
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Ford Set to Abandon Production of Sedans

The automaker will soon be concentrating solely on trucks, utilities, and commercial vehicles.

It’s true. If you’re a loyal Ford customer, your vehicle choices may become extremely limited if you aren’t in the market for a pickup truck, crossover, or SUV; in fact, by 2020 nearly 90% of Ford’s North American lineup will consist of just that.

The Future of Ford Cars

So what does this news mean? By 2022, Ford will have phased out the Fiesta, Focus, Fusion, and Taurus, leaving Mustang as the last car standing (with the exception of the Focus Active, Ford’s yet-to-be-released mini-crossover).

The Future of Ford Cars

Ford Will Focus on White Space Vehicles

In addition to their current lineup of trucks and utilities, Ford will be concentrating on white space vehicles. What is a “white space” vehicle, you might ask? These are vehicles that combine the best characteristics of cars and utilities, blurring the lines between multiple segments and in turn, making them more difficult to define. Since Ford’s strongest sales come from their trucks, crossovers, and SUVs, it only makes sense that they would pursue this avenue. However, just because their sales figures skew toward the larger vehicles, is Ford really giving consumers what they want (or need)?

Ford White Space Vehicles

It is undeniable that a family of five who’s constantly on the go to various activities, sporting events, and weekend getaways would benefit from a larger vehicle. But what if you don’t need all of that excess space? In his story “The Real Reason Ford Is Phasing Out Its Sedans,” Dan Neil of the Wall Street Journal cited a 2017 study performed by the University of Michigan that revealed 68.9% of light-truck owners used their vehicle primarily for transportation, while 65.4% used theirs for commuting.1 Does it really make sense to drive larger vehicles with lesser fuel economy if you don’t have to? Ford seems to think so.

High Risk Strategy

Industry analysts believe Ford’s strategy of focusing on larger vehicles that manage lesser fuel economy could be a detriment to the auto manufacturer if (and when) gas prices begin to increase; not to mention the impact on their customers’ pocket books. Additionally, in an already over-saturated automotive category, what will set these new Ford vehicles apart from the competition? After all, if a car shopper is searching for a crossover or SUV, the CR-V, Pilot, and HR-V are all priced below their Ford counterparts—Escape, Explorer, and Edge, respectively—while also providing better fuel economy.

Ford High Risk Background

General Motors to Follow Suit

Just as Ford has begun its withdrawal from the sedan and small car segments, General Motors announced this November they will also be ending production on six sedans by the end of 2019.2 Due to slumping sales and changing consumer behaviors, GM announced substantial layoffs and the closure of five North American facilities as they shift their focus to crossovers, SUVs, hatchbacks, and trucks. These significant cutbacks will mean the end of the road for six GM sedans, including the Buick LaCrosse, Cadillac CT6, Cadillac XTS, Chevrolet Cruze, Chevrolet Impala, and Chevrolet Volt.

Honda Will Continue to Innovate

While Ford and GM are scaling back (or halting) production on many of their cars, Honda is making history with eco-friendly models like Insight and the ground-breaking Clarity lineup which features a fully electric model, a plug-in hybrid, and a hydrogen-powered sedan. The legendary Accord was named 2018 North American Car of the Year and continues to evolve with its newest hybrid installment. And speaking of award-winning nameplates, the Civic lineup will continue to offer a car for every driving style, from traditional models like the Civic Sedan and Civic Hatchback to sport-centered options like Civic Si and Civic Type R. Click on a vehicle below to learn more now!

Moving in the Right Direction

As Ford’s vehicles make the transition to larger utilities that consume more fuel, Honda has moved in the opposite direction with a vision for clearer skies, cleaner air, and a zero-emissions future. Which then begs the question: Why buy a car from a truck company? Illinois shoppers can be confident that Honda cars will not only remain in production, but they will also continue to offer some of the most efficient vehicles on the road today. Stop into any Central Illinois Honda Dealers location to find the Honda car for you.


Honda Is Made in America

Honda Made in America Banner

As other auto manufacturers begin to abandon sedans and other car models, Honda’s presence in the U.S. remains strong.

Ford made headlines last year after announcing it will halt production of the Fiesta, Focus, Fusion, and Taurus, eliminating almost 90 percent of their North American car lineup by 2020. It is yet to be seen how this will affect American jobs, however, the Ford Motor Co. will begin cutting thousands of jobs throughout Europe and potentially closing factories as well. More recently, General Motors revealed plans to restructure their lineup, discontinuing various models under the GM umbrella like the Chevrolet Cruze, Impala, and Volt; the Cadillac CT6 and Cadillac XTS; and the Buick LaCrosse. According to Car and Driver, this cost-saving tactic will result in several North American plants being shut down before the end of this year. Conversely, Honda’s U.S. plants manufactured nearly two-thirds of the Honda and Acura vehicles sold in America in 2018 and have shown no signs of slowing down car production.

Honda 2018 U.S. Production Totals

Honda U.S.-Based Production

Honda was the first Japanese automaker to build engines (1985) and transmissions (1989) in the U.S. and the first to export U.S.-built cars to overseas markets (1987), and now has exported 1.3 million automobiles from the U.S. since that time. Today, Honda has 12 manufacturing facilities in the United States that produce Honda and Acura vehicles and their engines, transmissions, and components; aircraft and aircraft engines; power equipment; and powersports products.

BUCKEYE STATE PRODUCTION

Ohio facilities located in Marysville, Anna, and East Liberty are responsible for producing the Accord and Accord Hybrid, CR-V, various Acura models, and multiple engine types.

GEORGIA EXPORTS

Honda Precision Parts of Georgia is the exclusive producer of Honda’s 10-speed automatic transmission.

GOING GREEN IN INDIANA

Indiana is responsible for building the Insight Hybrid, further increasing Honda’s investment in the production of electrified vehicles in the United States.

DESIGNED & BUILT IN AMERICA

The all-new 2019 Passport became the 8th Honda light truck to be both developed and built in the United States when it joined Alabama’s production roster.

AVIATION IN NORTH CAROLINA

The Honda Aircraft Company’s worldwide headquarters—where the HondaJet is manufactured—is located in Greensboro, while aircraft engines are built by Honda Aero in Burlington.

United States Honda Plant Locations

Honda Production in the Midwest

Honda’s presence has been felt throughout the Midwest since the early 1980s providing thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in capital investment. Ohio and Indiana hold the lion share of Midwest-based manufacturing plants and below is breakdown of each one.

Honda Transmission Mfg. of America, Inc.
Russells Point, OH

  • Production Started: 1996
  • Associates: 1,115
  • Capital Investment: $915 million
  • Capacity: 1 million transmissions / 970,000 gear sets / 160,000 4WD systems / 200,000 4WD transfer cases

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Anna Engine Plant
Anna, OH

  • Production Started: 1985
  • Associates: 3,200
  • Capital Investment: $2.6 billion
  • Capacity: 1.18 million engines

 

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Marysville Auto Plant
Marysville, OH

  • Production Started: 1982
  • Associates: 4,700
  • Capital Investment: $5.3 billion
  • Capacity: 440,000 vehicles

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Performance Manufacturing Center
Marysville, OH

  • Production Started: 2016
  • Associates: 100
  • Capital Investment: $70 million
  • Capacity: 8-10 vehicles per day

*Includes Acura vehicles

 

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. East Liberty Auto Plant
East Liberty, OH

  • Production Started: 1989
  • Associates: 2,800
  • Capital Investment: $1.9 billion
  • Capacity: 240,000 vehicles

Honda Manufacturing of Indiana, LLC
Greensburg, IN

  • Production Started: 2008
  • Associates: 2,500
  • Capital Investment: $1.2 billion
  • Capacity: 250,000 vehicles

 

Made in the U.S.A.

Honda began manufacturing in America in 1979 when it opened its first plant in Marysville, Ohio. Today, Honda builds products at 12 manufacturing plants across the country. Honda has built 26.1 million cars and light trucks in the U.S. since 1982.

 

Honda Invests in America

Since establishing its first U.S. business operation, a Los Angeles storefront in 1959, Honda has continued investing in America for 60 years—fulfilling its longstanding commitment to build products closer to the customer.

Most recently, Honda’s new investment into U.S. operations has reached $5.6 billion during the past five years.

Honda employs more than 31,000 associates in the U.S., with 75 percent of these associates working in manufacturing.

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

Honda U.S. Investments Graphic

Honda has invested $1.1 billion into its American R&D operations. They have the longest U.S. manufacturing presence of any international automaker, contributing to the U.S. economy through manufacturing, R&D, sales, and finance operations—all based here in America.

Honda U.S. Materials Suppliers Map

Honda Top Investment States

Closer Look at Midwest Investments

Honda has invested in the United States from coast to coast, but the Midwest is truly reaping the benefits of Honda’s presence with billions of dollars being spent in states like Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio.

Honda Investments in Ohio

Honda Investments in Ohio

OHIO AT A GLANCE

  • $13.1 billion in total capital investment
  • 15,300 associates
  • 468 authorized dealerships with 6,680 employees
  • 135 parts and materials supplier facilities
  • Honda North America, Inc.
  • Honda Engineering North America, Inc.
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Anna Engine Plant
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. East Liberty Auto Plant
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Marysville Auto Plant
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Performance Manufacturing Center
  • Honda Transmission Mfg. of America, Inc.
  • Sales, service, and parts zone offices
  • 2 parts centers

Honda Investments in Indiana

Honda Investments in Indiana

INDIANA AT A GLANCE

  • $1.2 billion in total capital investment
  • 2,500 associates
  • 294 authorized dealerships with 3,381 employees
  • 51 parts and materials supplier facilities
  • Honda Manufacturing of Indiana, LLC

Honda Investments in Michigan

Honda Investments in Michigan

MICHIGAN AT A GLANCE

  • $73 million in total capital investment
  • 400 authorized dealerships with 4,182 employees
  • 137 parts and materials supplier facilities
  • R&D facility

 

Investing in America’s Communities

Not only does Honda invest in the U.S. economy, but they’re also investing in communities all across the country. Since 1984, the American Honda Foundation has awarded grants to community organizations that have served more than 118 million Americans.


Carmack Honda Service

What can you expect when you visit Carmack Honda? An amazing selection of new and used cars to choose from, as well as great auto service, a vast collection of parts and a financing that can get you pre-approved today! If that sounds good to you, come see us today in Danville, Illinois.

 

[1] Wall Street Journal, 2018. Visit https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-real-reason-ford-is-phasing-out-its-sedans-1525369304 for more information. [2] CNN.com, 2018. Visit https://www.cnn.com/2018/11/26/business/gm-cars-dropping-production/index.html for more information. [3] Honda has built 26.1 Million cars and light trucks in the U.S. since 1982, HondaInAmerica.com *“The Most American Cars and Trucks You Can Buy (By Parts Content!),” Car and Driver, March 2019. [4] Car and Driver, November 2018. Visit https://www.caranddriver.com/features/g25307911/general-motors-killing-cars-production-2019/ for more information. [5] Fortune, November 2018. Visit http://fortune.com/2018/11/26/gm-discontinue-car-models-chevrolet-volt-cruze-impala-buick-lacrosse-cadillac-xts-ct6/ for more information. [6] Bloomberg, January 2019. Visit https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-01-10/ford-to-cut-thousands-of-jobs-in-europe-eyes-plant-closures for more information. [7] Visit https://hondainamerica.com/ for more information.
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Ford Set to Abandon Production of Sedans

The automaker will soon be concentrating solely on trucks, utilities, and commercial vehicles.

It’s true. If you’re a loyal Ford customer, your vehicle choices may become extremely limited if you aren’t in the market for a pickup truck, crossover, or SUV; in fact, by 2020 nearly 90% of Ford’s North American lineup will consist of just that.

The Future of Ford Cars

So what does this news mean? By 2022, Ford will have phased out the Fiesta, Focus, Fusion, and Taurus, leaving Mustang as the last car standing (with the exception of the Focus Active, Ford’s yet-to-be-released mini-crossover).

The Future of Ford Cars

Ford Will Focus on White Space Vehicles

In addition to their current lineup of trucks and utilities, Ford will be concentrating on white space vehicles. What is a “white space” vehicle, you might ask? These are vehicles that combine the best characteristics of cars and utilities, blurring the lines between multiple segments and in turn, making them more difficult to define. Since Ford’s strongest sales come from their trucks, crossovers, and SUVs, it only makes sense that they would pursue this avenue. However, just because their sales figures skew toward the larger vehicles, is Ford really giving consumers what they want (or need)?

Ford White Space Vehicles

It is undeniable that a family of five who’s constantly on the go to various activities, sporting events, and weekend getaways would benefit from a larger vehicle. But what if you don’t need all of that excess space? In his story “The Real Reason Ford Is Phasing Out Its Sedans,” Dan Neil of the Wall Street Journal cited a 2017 study performed by the University of Michigan that revealed 68.9% of light-truck owners used their vehicle primarily for transportation, while 65.4% used theirs for commuting.1 Does it really make sense to drive larger vehicles with lesser fuel economy if you don’t have to? Ford seems to think so.

High Risk Strategy

Industry analysts believe Ford’s strategy of focusing on larger vehicles that manage lesser fuel economy could be a detriment to the auto manufacturer if (and when) gas prices begin to increase; not to mention the impact on their customers’ pocket books. Additionally, in an already over-saturated automotive category, what will set these new Ford vehicles apart from the competition? After all, if a car shopper is searching for a crossover or SUV, the CR-V, Pilot, and HR-V are all priced below their Ford counterparts—Escape, Explorer, and Edge, respectively—while also providing better fuel economy.

Ford High Risk Background

General Motors to Follow Suit

Just as Ford has begun its withdrawal from the sedan and small car segments, General Motors announced this November they will also be ending production on six sedans by the end of 2019.2 Due to slumping sales and changing consumer behaviors, GM announced substantial layoffs and the closure of five North American facilities as they shift their focus to crossovers, SUVs, hatchbacks, and trucks. These significant cutbacks will mean the end of the road for six GM sedans, including the Buick LaCrosse, Cadillac CT6, Cadillac XTS, Chevrolet Cruze, Chevrolet Impala, and Chevrolet Volt.

Honda Will Continue to Innovate

While Ford and GM are scaling back (or halting) production on many of their cars, Honda is making history with eco-friendly models like Insight and the ground-breaking Clarity lineup which features a fully electric model, a plug-in hybrid, and a hydrogen-powered sedan. The legendary Accord was named 2018 North American Car of the Year and continues to evolve with its newest hybrid installment. And speaking of award-winning nameplates, the Civic lineup will continue to offer a car for every driving style, from traditional models like the Civic Sedan and Civic Hatchback to sport-centered options like Civic Si and Civic Type R. Click on a vehicle below to learn more now!

Moving in the Right Direction

As Ford’s vehicles make the transition to larger utilities that consume more fuel, Honda has moved in the opposite direction with a vision for clearer skies, cleaner air, and a zero-emissions future. Which then begs the question: Why buy a car from a truck company? Illinois shoppers can be confident that Honda cars will not only remain in production, but they will also continue to offer some of the most efficient vehicles on the road today. Stop into any Central Illinois Honda Dealers location to find the Honda car for you.


Honda Is Made in America

Honda Made in America Banner

As other auto manufacturers begin to abandon sedans and other car models, Honda’s presence in the U.S. remains strong.

Ford made headlines last year after announcing it will halt production of the Fiesta, Focus, Fusion, and Taurus, eliminating almost 90 percent of their North American car lineup by 2020. It is yet to be seen how this will affect American jobs, however, the Ford Motor Co. will begin cutting thousands of jobs throughout Europe and potentially closing factories as well. More recently, General Motors revealed plans to restructure their lineup, discontinuing various models under the GM umbrella like the Chevrolet Cruze, Impala, and Volt; the Cadillac CT6 and Cadillac XTS; and the Buick LaCrosse. According to Car and Driver, this cost-saving tactic will result in several North American plants being shut down before the end of this year. Conversely, Honda’s U.S. plants manufactured nearly two-thirds of the Honda and Acura vehicles sold in America in 2018 and have shown no signs of slowing down car production.

Honda 2018 U.S. Production Totals

Honda U.S.-Based Production

Honda was the first Japanese automaker to build engines (1985) and transmissions (1989) in the U.S. and the first to export U.S.-built cars to overseas markets (1987), and now has exported 1.3 million automobiles from the U.S. since that time. Today, Honda has 12 manufacturing facilities in the United States that produce Honda and Acura vehicles and their engines, transmissions, and components; aircraft and aircraft engines; power equipment; and powersports products.

BUCKEYE STATE PRODUCTION

Ohio facilities located in Marysville, Anna, and East Liberty are responsible for producing the Accord and Accord Hybrid, CR-V, various Acura models, and multiple engine types.

GEORGIA EXPORTS

Honda Precision Parts of Georgia is the exclusive producer of Honda’s 10-speed automatic transmission.

GOING GREEN IN INDIANA

Indiana is responsible for building the Insight Hybrid, further increasing Honda’s investment in the production of electrified vehicles in the United States.

DESIGNED & BUILT IN AMERICA

The all-new 2019 Passport became the 8th Honda light truck to be both developed and built in the United States when it joined Alabama’s production roster.

AVIATION IN NORTH CAROLINA

The Honda Aircraft Company’s worldwide headquarters—where the HondaJet is manufactured—is located in Greensboro, while aircraft engines are built by Honda Aero in Burlington.

United States Honda Plant Locations

Honda Production in the Midwest

Honda’s presence has been felt throughout the Midwest since the early 1980s providing thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in capital investment. Ohio and Indiana hold the lion share of Midwest-based manufacturing plants and below is breakdown of each one.

Honda Transmission Mfg. of America, Inc.
Russells Point, OH

  • Production Started: 1996
  • Associates: 1,115
  • Capital Investment: $915 million
  • Capacity: 1 million transmissions / 970,000 gear sets / 160,000 4WD systems / 200,000 4WD transfer cases

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Anna Engine Plant
Anna, OH

  • Production Started: 1985
  • Associates: 3,200
  • Capital Investment: $2.6 billion
  • Capacity: 1.18 million engines

 

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Marysville Auto Plant
Marysville, OH

  • Production Started: 1982
  • Associates: 4,700
  • Capital Investment: $5.3 billion
  • Capacity: 440,000 vehicles

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Performance Manufacturing Center
Marysville, OH

  • Production Started: 2016
  • Associates: 100
  • Capital Investment: $70 million
  • Capacity: 8-10 vehicles per day

*Includes Acura vehicles

 

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. East Liberty Auto Plant
East Liberty, OH

  • Production Started: 1989
  • Associates: 2,800
  • Capital Investment: $1.9 billion
  • Capacity: 240,000 vehicles

Honda Manufacturing of Indiana, LLC
Greensburg, IN

  • Production Started: 2008
  • Associates: 2,500
  • Capital Investment: $1.2 billion
  • Capacity: 250,000 vehicles

 

Made in the U.S.A.

Honda began manufacturing in America in 1979 when it opened its first plant in Marysville, Ohio. Today, Honda builds products at 12 manufacturing plants across the country. Honda has built 26.1 million cars and light trucks in the U.S. since 1982.

 

Honda Invests in America

Since establishing its first U.S. business operation, a Los Angeles storefront in 1959, Honda has continued investing in America for 60 years—fulfilling its longstanding commitment to build products closer to the customer.

Most recently, Honda’s new investment into U.S. operations has reached $5.6 billion during the past five years.

Honda employs more than 31,000 associates in the U.S., with 75 percent of these associates working in manufacturing.

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

Honda U.S. Investments Graphic

Honda has invested $1.1 billion into its American R&D operations. They have the longest U.S. manufacturing presence of any international automaker, contributing to the U.S. economy through manufacturing, R&D, sales, and finance operations—all based here in America.

Honda U.S. Materials Suppliers Map

Honda Top Investment States

Closer Look at Midwest Investments

Honda has invested in the United States from coast to coast, but the Midwest is truly reaping the benefits of Honda’s presence with billions of dollars being spent in states like Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio.

Honda Investments in Ohio

Honda Investments in Ohio

OHIO AT A GLANCE

  • $13.1 billion in total capital investment
  • 15,300 associates
  • 468 authorized dealerships with 6,680 employees
  • 135 parts and materials supplier facilities
  • Honda North America, Inc.
  • Honda Engineering North America, Inc.
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Anna Engine Plant
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. East Liberty Auto Plant
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Marysville Auto Plant
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Performance Manufacturing Center
  • Honda Transmission Mfg. of America, Inc.
  • Sales, service, and parts zone offices
  • 2 parts centers

Honda Investments in Indiana

Honda Investments in Indiana

INDIANA AT A GLANCE

  • $1.2 billion in total capital investment
  • 2,500 associates
  • 294 authorized dealerships with 3,381 employees
  • 51 parts and materials supplier facilities
  • Honda Manufacturing of Indiana, LLC

Honda Investments in Michigan

Honda Investments in Michigan

MICHIGAN AT A GLANCE

  • $73 million in total capital investment
  • 400 authorized dealerships with 4,182 employees
  • 137 parts and materials supplier facilities
  • R&D facility

 

Investing in America’s Communities

Not only does Honda invest in the U.S. economy, but they’re also investing in communities all across the country. Since 1984, the American Honda Foundation has awarded grants to community organizations that have served more than 118 million Americans.


Bob Lindsay Honda Service

At Bob Lindsay Honda in Peoria, we offer new Honda cars, along with used cars, trucks and SUVs by other top manufacturers. Our sales staff will help you find that new or used vehicle you have been seeking. We are one of the largest Honda retail dealers in Central Illinois. We service customers in Bloomington, Springfield, Decatur, Peoria and beyond. If you are looking for a new Honda, we are your destination.

 

[1] Wall Street Journal, 2018. Visit https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-real-reason-ford-is-phasing-out-its-sedans-1525369304 for more information. [2] CNN.com, 2018. Visit https://www.cnn.com/2018/11/26/business/gm-cars-dropping-production/index.html for more information. [3] Honda has built 26.1 Million cars and light trucks in the U.S. since 1982, HondaInAmerica.com *“The Most American Cars and Trucks You Can Buy (By Parts Content!),” Car and Driver, March 2019. [4] Car and Driver, November 2018. Visit https://www.caranddriver.com/features/g25307911/general-motors-killing-cars-production-2019/ for more information. [5] Fortune, November 2018. Visit http://fortune.com/2018/11/26/gm-discontinue-car-models-chevrolet-volt-cruze-impala-buick-lacrosse-cadillac-xts-ct6/ for more information. [6] Bloomberg, January 2019. Visit https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-01-10/ford-to-cut-thousands-of-jobs-in-europe-eyes-plant-closures for more information. [7] Visit https://hondainamerica.com/ for more information.
Bob Brady Honda

Bob Brady Honda

3955 E Boyd Road, Decatur, IL 62521 Sales: 855-380-4579

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Ford Set to Abandon Production of Sedans

The automaker will soon be concentrating solely on trucks, utilities, and commercial vehicles.

It’s true. If you’re a loyal Ford customer, your vehicle choices may become extremely limited if you aren’t in the market for a pickup truck, crossover, or SUV; in fact, by 2020 nearly 90% of Ford’s North American lineup will consist of just that.

The Future of Ford Cars

So what does this news mean? By 2022, Ford will have phased out the Fiesta, Focus, Fusion, and Taurus, leaving Mustang as the last car standing (with the exception of the Focus Active, Ford’s yet-to-be-released mini-crossover).

The Future of Ford Cars

Ford Will Focus on White Space Vehicles

In addition to their current lineup of trucks and utilities, Ford will be concentrating on white space vehicles. What is a “white space” vehicle, you might ask? These are vehicles that combine the best characteristics of cars and utilities, blurring the lines between multiple segments and in turn, making them more difficult to define. Since Ford’s strongest sales come from their trucks, crossovers, and SUVs, it only makes sense that they would pursue this avenue. However, just because their sales figures skew toward the larger vehicles, is Ford really giving consumers what they want (or need)?

Ford White Space Vehicles

It is undeniable that a family of five who’s constantly on the go to various activities, sporting events, and weekend getaways would benefit from a larger vehicle. But what if you don’t need all of that excess space? In his story “The Real Reason Ford Is Phasing Out Its Sedans,” Dan Neil of the Wall Street Journal cited a 2017 study performed by the University of Michigan that revealed 68.9% of light-truck owners used their vehicle primarily for transportation, while 65.4% used theirs for commuting.1 Does it really make sense to drive larger vehicles with lesser fuel economy if you don’t have to? Ford seems to think so.

High Risk Strategy

Industry analysts believe Ford’s strategy of focusing on larger vehicles that manage lesser fuel economy could be a detriment to the auto manufacturer if (and when) gas prices begin to increase; not to mention the impact on their customers’ pocket books. Additionally, in an already over-saturated automotive category, what will set these new Ford vehicles apart from the competition? After all, if a car shopper is searching for a crossover or SUV, the CR-V, Pilot, and HR-V are all priced below their Ford counterparts—Escape, Explorer, and Edge, respectively—while also providing better fuel economy.

Ford High Risk Background

General Motors to Follow Suit

Just as Ford has begun its withdrawal from the sedan and small car segments, General Motors announced this November they will also be ending production on six sedans by the end of 2019.2 Due to slumping sales and changing consumer behaviors, GM announced substantial layoffs and the closure of five North American facilities as they shift their focus to crossovers, SUVs, hatchbacks, and trucks. These significant cutbacks will mean the end of the road for six GM sedans, including the Buick LaCrosse, Cadillac CT6, Cadillac XTS, Chevrolet Cruze, Chevrolet Impala, and Chevrolet Volt.

Honda Will Continue to Innovate

While Ford and GM are scaling back (or halting) production on many of their cars, Honda is making history with eco-friendly models like Insight and the ground-breaking Clarity lineup which features a fully electric model, a plug-in hybrid, and a hydrogen-powered sedan. The legendary Accord was named 2018 North American Car of the Year and continues to evolve with its newest hybrid installment. And speaking of award-winning nameplates, the Civic lineup will continue to offer a car for every driving style, from traditional models like the Civic Sedan and Civic Hatchback to sport-centered options like Civic Si and Civic Type R. Click on a vehicle below to learn more now!

Moving in the Right Direction

As Ford’s vehicles make the transition to larger utilities that consume more fuel, Honda has moved in the opposite direction with a vision for clearer skies, cleaner air, and a zero-emissions future. Which then begs the question: Why buy a car from a truck company? Illinois shoppers can be confident that Honda cars will not only remain in production, but they will also continue to offer some of the most efficient vehicles on the road today. Stop into any Central Illinois Honda Dealers location to find the Honda car for you.


Honda Is Made in America

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As other auto manufacturers begin to abandon sedans and other car models, Honda’s presence in the U.S. remains strong.

Ford made headlines last year after announcing it will halt production of the Fiesta, Focus, Fusion, and Taurus, eliminating almost 90 percent of their North American car lineup by 2020. It is yet to be seen how this will affect American jobs, however, the Ford Motor Co. will begin cutting thousands of jobs throughout Europe and potentially closing factories as well. More recently, General Motors revealed plans to restructure their lineup, discontinuing various models under the GM umbrella like the Chevrolet Cruze, Impala, and Volt; the Cadillac CT6 and Cadillac XTS; and the Buick LaCrosse. According to Car and Driver, this cost-saving tactic will result in several North American plants being shut down before the end of this year. Conversely, Honda’s U.S. plants manufactured nearly two-thirds of the Honda and Acura vehicles sold in America in 2018 and have shown no signs of slowing down car production.

Honda 2018 U.S. Production Totals

Honda U.S.-Based Production

Honda was the first Japanese automaker to build engines (1985) and transmissions (1989) in the U.S. and the first to export U.S.-built cars to overseas markets (1987), and now has exported 1.3 million automobiles from the U.S. since that time. Today, Honda has 12 manufacturing facilities in the United States that produce Honda and Acura vehicles and their engines, transmissions, and components; aircraft and aircraft engines; power equipment; and powersports products.

BUCKEYE STATE PRODUCTION

Ohio facilities located in Marysville, Anna, and East Liberty are responsible for producing the Accord and Accord Hybrid, CR-V, various Acura models, and multiple engine types.

GEORGIA EXPORTS

Honda Precision Parts of Georgia is the exclusive producer of Honda’s 10-speed automatic transmission.

GOING GREEN IN INDIANA

Indiana is responsible for building the Insight Hybrid, further increasing Honda’s investment in the production of electrified vehicles in the United States.

DESIGNED & BUILT IN AMERICA

The all-new 2019 Passport became the 8th Honda light truck to be both developed and built in the United States when it joined Alabama’s production roster.

AVIATION IN NORTH CAROLINA

The Honda Aircraft Company’s worldwide headquarters—where the HondaJet is manufactured—is located in Greensboro, while aircraft engines are built by Honda Aero in Burlington.

United States Honda Plant Locations

Honda Production in the Midwest

Honda’s presence has been felt throughout the Midwest since the early 1980s providing thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in capital investment. Ohio and Indiana hold the lion share of Midwest-based manufacturing plants and below is breakdown of each one.

Honda Transmission Mfg. of America, Inc.
Russells Point, OH

  • Production Started: 1996
  • Associates: 1,115
  • Capital Investment: $915 million
  • Capacity: 1 million transmissions / 970,000 gear sets / 160,000 4WD systems / 200,000 4WD transfer cases

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Anna Engine Plant
Anna, OH

  • Production Started: 1985
  • Associates: 3,200
  • Capital Investment: $2.6 billion
  • Capacity: 1.18 million engines

 

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Marysville Auto Plant
Marysville, OH

  • Production Started: 1982
  • Associates: 4,700
  • Capital Investment: $5.3 billion
  • Capacity: 440,000 vehicles

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Performance Manufacturing Center
Marysville, OH

  • Production Started: 2016
  • Associates: 100
  • Capital Investment: $70 million
  • Capacity: 8-10 vehicles per day

*Includes Acura vehicles

 

Honda of America Mfg., Inc. East Liberty Auto Plant
East Liberty, OH

  • Production Started: 1989
  • Associates: 2,800
  • Capital Investment: $1.9 billion
  • Capacity: 240,000 vehicles

Honda Manufacturing of Indiana, LLC
Greensburg, IN

  • Production Started: 2008
  • Associates: 2,500
  • Capital Investment: $1.2 billion
  • Capacity: 250,000 vehicles

 

Made in the U.S.A.

Honda began manufacturing in America in 1979 when it opened its first plant in Marysville, Ohio. Today, Honda builds products at 12 manufacturing plants across the country. Honda has built 26.1 million cars and light trucks in the U.S. since 1982.

 

Honda Invests in America

Since establishing its first U.S. business operation, a Los Angeles storefront in 1959, Honda has continued investing in America for 60 years—fulfilling its longstanding commitment to build products closer to the customer.

Most recently, Honda’s new investment into U.S. operations has reached $5.6 billion during the past five years.

Honda employs more than 31,000 associates in the U.S., with 75 percent of these associates working in manufacturing.

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

Honda U.S. Investments Graphic

Honda has invested $1.1 billion into its American R&D operations. They have the longest U.S. manufacturing presence of any international automaker, contributing to the U.S. economy through manufacturing, R&D, sales, and finance operations—all based here in America.

Honda U.S. Materials Suppliers Map

Honda Top Investment States

Closer Look at Midwest Investments

Honda has invested in the United States from coast to coast, but the Midwest is truly reaping the benefits of Honda’s presence with billions of dollars being spent in states like Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio.

Honda Investments in Ohio

Honda Investments in Ohio

OHIO AT A GLANCE

  • $13.1 billion in total capital investment
  • 15,300 associates
  • 468 authorized dealerships with 6,680 employees
  • 135 parts and materials supplier facilities
  • Honda North America, Inc.
  • Honda Engineering North America, Inc.
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Anna Engine Plant
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. East Liberty Auto Plant
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Marysville Auto Plant
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Performance Manufacturing Center
  • Honda Transmission Mfg. of America, Inc.
  • Sales, service, and parts zone offices
  • 2 parts centers

Honda Investments in Indiana

Honda Investments in Indiana

INDIANA AT A GLANCE

  • $1.2 billion in total capital investment
  • 2,500 associates
  • 294 authorized dealerships with 3,381 employees
  • 51 parts and materials supplier facilities
  • Honda Manufacturing of Indiana, LLC

Honda Investments in Michigan

Honda Investments in Michigan

MICHIGAN AT A GLANCE

  • $73 million in total capital investment
  • 400 authorized dealerships with 4,182 employees
  • 137 parts and materials supplier facilities
  • R&D facility

 

Investing in America’s Communities

Not only does Honda invest in the U.S. economy, but they’re also investing in communities all across the country. Since 1984, the American Honda Foundation has awarded grants to community organizations that have served more than 118 million Americans.


Bob Brady Honda Service

When it comes to quality representation, our tag line says it all, “No Nonsense.” There is no bigger priority than representing every person who comes through the door with “knock your socks off” service. We want every customer to receive a “world-class” deal. Getting a deal means value for your trade-in, value on your new vehicle, and no nonsense. Knowing the right questions to ask and having a personality to openly discuss your wants and needs is a gift we enjoy sharing with our customers.

 

[1] Wall Street Journal, 2018. Visit https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-real-reason-ford-is-phasing-out-its-sedans-1525369304 for more information. [2] CNN.com, 2018. Visit https://www.cnn.com/2018/11/26/business/gm-cars-dropping-production/index.html for more information. [3] Honda has built 26.1 Million cars and light trucks in the U.S. since 1982, HondaInAmerica.com *“The Most American Cars and Trucks You Can Buy (By Parts Content!),” Car and Driver, March 2019. [4] Car and Driver, November 2018. Visit https://www.caranddriver.com/features/g25307911/general-motors-killing-cars-production-2019/ for more information. [5] Fortune, November 2018. Visit http://fortune.com/2018/11/26/gm-discontinue-car-models-chevrolet-volt-cruze-impala-buick-lacrosse-cadillac-xts-ct6/ for more information. [6] Bloomberg, January 2019. Visit https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-01-10/ford-to-cut-thousands-of-jobs-in-europe-eyes-plant-closures for more information. [7] Visit https://hondainamerica.com/ for more information.
Car and Driver, January 2019.

Central Illinois Honda Dealers

3955 E. Boyd Road Decatur, IL

Phone: 866-497-4191

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