Honda kicks off production of Civic at its plant in Canada
Honda has officially begun production of the sedan and coupe versions of the tenth generation of the Civic at its Canadian plant in Alliston, Ontario.
The factory, not far from Toronto, has just celebrated the prestigious milestone of 7 million units assembled since the official inauguration.
To adapt the system to the debut of the new Civic and future production commitments, the Japanese company will invest over 850 million dollars in the next three years.
The Civic will be built also at the plant in Greensburg, Indiana, while the engines will be assembled at Anna plant in Ohio, and manual transmissions and CVT in Ohio and Mexico.