Honda Running Out of 2012 Civics in America

Honda just can’t catch a brake these days, as after the production losses suffered due to the massive earthquake in Japan, the manufacturer is now struggling to produce enough 2012 Civics for US dealers to sell because of the massive floods that hit Thailand.
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According to Inside Line, sales have stalled because there is virtually no supply of Civics on offer. "Dealers can't sell cars that they don't have on their lots. In fact, most dealers are selling Civics nearly as fast as they receive them," said a company spokesperson.

Things aren’t about to get any better soon for them, as a second Honda factory in Thailand is being threatened by the floods near the capital of Bangkok. The inundations have left 15 percent of the country's people homeless.
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