If you're in the market for a solid, American-made car, then West Herr Honda strongly encourages you to consider a new Honda model. The Big H may be a Japanese automaker, but they produce a majority of their vehicles right here in the United States. What's more, two of their vehicles have made the cut in this year's Cars.com "American-Made Index."
And which two models would those be? They're the 2012 Honda Accord and 2012 Honda Pilot. The Accord is assembled in Marysville, Ohio and the Pilot in Lincoln, Alabama, but where they're produced is actually only the beginning of how Cars.com determines whether or not they make the cut for the list.
Other factors that Cars.com considers in ranking truly American-made cars like the Honda Accord and Pilot includes the volume of domestic parts that are used in their assembly and the number of vehicles sold. What's more impressive, though, is that for a vehicle to even qualify for placement on the list, 75 percent of its parts must be domestically sourced.
That last part is a compliment not only to the build of the models that you'll find at [Dealer], but also to the quality of the Honda parts that are used to maintain and service them. In other words, this latest accolade speaks highly of the Honda lineup's production and how the vehicles in it are maintained long after they're driven home by new owners.
Want more Honda news? Stay tuned. West Herr Honda, located at 6120 S Transit Rd Lockport, NY 14094, is dedicated to keeping you informed.