Honda to End U.S. Motorcycle Production


| 3/4/2008 12:37:09 PM


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According to the Associated Press, Honda Motor Co. plans to stop producing motorcycles in the United States next year. The 330,000-square-foot plant in Marysville, Ohio, built in 1979, currently produces the company's Gold Wing and VTX motorcycles. Honda says that production of these bikes will move to a new motorcycle plant in Kumamoto, Japan, in 2009.

For the full story from the International Herald Tribune, go here.



 

n onymouse
4/27/2008 11:10:53 PM

I hope this means that the Japan only bikes will be available here in the US at last. Many more models in Japan than here.


KEN GEE
3/6/2008 2:01:57 PM

i hate that, i have always wanted t see this plant,, love the goldwing,, i own two a 1977 and 1993 i wish the bikes would stay ..i love my american made goldwing..




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