Honda Moves Side-by-side Production from Mexico to the US

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Honda of South Carolina (HSC), one of the nine major Honda production facilities in the world, will start to manufacture the brand's side-by-side vehicles in the summer of 2013.
Until now, the side-by-sides have been produced in the Honda de Mexico (HDM); there is no word regarding other changes of plans for the Mexico plant, save for increasing the two-wheeled vehicles production and meet the growing demand on the Mexican market.

The side-by-side production will be entirely moved to the Timmonsville, S.C. factory. Starting back in 1998, the HSC plant has manufactured more than 2.5 million Honda ATVs, with a capacity to produce in excess of 250,000 vehicles and 310,000 engines annually.

Honda notes that the side-by-side production moves to the US because of good prospects for the growing US market and the global export, alike.
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