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  • List of Honda facilities


    This article provides a list of Honda facilities. Honda's first factory was located in Japan, and was completed in 1954.

  • Honda Passport


    The is a line of sport utility vehicle (SUV) from the Japanese manufacturer Honda. Originally, it is a badge engineered version of the Isuzu Rodeo, a mid-size SUV to be sold between 1993 and 2002. It was introduced in 1993 for the 1994 model year as Honda's first entry into the growing SUV market of the 1990s in the United States. The first and second generation Passport was manufactured by Subaru Isuzu Automotive in Lafayette, Indiana. The Passport was a part of a partnership between Isuzu and Honda in the 1990s, which saw an exchange of passenger vehicles from Honda to Isuzu, such as the Isuzu Oasis, and trucks from Isuzu to Honda, such as the Passport and Acura SLX. This arrangement was convenient for both companies, as Isuzu discontinued passenger car production in 1993 after a corporate restructuring, and Honda was in desperate need of an SUV, a segment that was growing in popularity in North America as well as Japan during the 1990s. The partnership ended in 2002 with the discontinuation of the Passport in favor of the Honda-engineered Pilot.

  • Acura A-Spec and Type-S models


    The A-Spec and Type-S marques represents the high-performance divisions of cars produced by Acura. Acura utilized the Type R marque for their high-performance division of cars from 1992 to 2001, when they produced the Acura NSX and Acura Integra. The first vehicle offered as a Type-S variant was the 2002 Acura TL, and the first vehicle offered as an A-Spec variant was the 2003 Acura TL.

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