Honda Starts 2017 CR-V Production at Indiana Facility

Associates at the Honda Manufacturing of Indiana, LLC (HMIN) began production of the all-new 2017 Honda CR-V on February 15, marking the first SUV to be built at the facility since the plant opened production in 2008. The plant is now building Honda's two best-selling vehicles of 2016 – CR-V and Civic.

In March of last year, Honda revealed that the company planned to 100 new jobs and invest $52 million at the Indiana plant to reinforce production startup of the CR-V as part of the company's plan to meet growing demand for its light-truck models. The company relocated the vehicle's production to Indiana from a plant in Mexico, with the Indiana facility joining plants in East Liberty, Ohio and Ontario, Canada in producing the CR-V.

In a release, Bob Nelson, president of Honda Manufacturing of Indiana, said, "We are leveraging the manufacturing flexibility of our experienced Indiana associates to meet the needs of our customers. With the CR-V and Civic, we are really proud to build two of America's best-selling vehicles in Indiana."

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