While we're not quite back at the pre-recession high of 17 million vehicles sold in the U.S.
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It all started back in 1982 when Honda began assembling vehicles in the United States, when Honda became the first Japanese automaker to build its vehicles on American soil.
This weekend, Honda Motor Company announced that, in an effort to be more competitive on a global scale, it will adopt a common architecture for its three best-selling vehicles: the Accord, Civic, and CR-V.
Honda CEO Takanobu Ito recently outlined the automaker's vehicular plans, with plans to substantially increase sales worldwide to over six million units by 2017.