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Honda’s Latest American Vehicle is the Crosstour

Honda’s Latest American Car

We have written before about the misperception of Honda as a “Japanese” car, when in fact, they are truly representatives of globalization at is greatest. Honda goes through the intricate yet refined Japanese design process and tailors its cars to each market. The parts are sourced from various locations worldwide, and in the case of the United States, the parts are then shipped here and put together in various plants throughout the country.

In the case of the Accord, CR-V, and Element, all roads lead to various plants in Ohio, where engines and transmissions are assembled separately, and then are put together with the bodies of their respective cars. Since these are assembled in Ohio, then it only makes sense that Honda’s new crossover would be assembled there too.

In case you do not know which crossover I’m referring to, I’m talking about the new Accord Crosstour, which is really a cross between the three vehicles mentioned above. Honda of America has made new announcements relating to this exciting new release almost every day, and they just announced that the new Crosstour will be built in Ohio in the same plant as the CR-V and Element, which is quite appropriate, considering the design of the car itself.

For more information on how to get YOUR Crosstour fresh off the assembly line, go to BrickellHondaDirect.com, or go to Brickell Honda of Miami.

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