More Hondas Now Built In U.S. Than Japan

For the first time in its history, Honda assembled more vehicles in the United States than it did in Japan.

During the April-June quarter, the Japanese automaker said its U.S. output was 236,819 vehicles. It produced 236,559 vehicles in Japan during the same period.

Honda's come a long way since the automaker initially began building dirt bikes in the United States in Marysville, Ohio, in 1979. But maybe if they could work on making a small percentage of those vehicles they build here as exciting as those first motorcycles, we could be a bit more excited this news.

Also, maybe if Honda still made dirt bikes in Marysville, Ohio...