Honda Accord - A look back

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Honda Accord: A look back

Honda became the first Japanese automaker to assemble vehicles in the United States when its $250 million assembly plant opened in Marysville, Ohio, in 1982. The first Accord off the line in November 1982 was a gray, four-door sedan. Fifty percent of the content on the initial Accords was U.S.-sourced, and the first models were sold only east of the Mississippi River.

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