1983 Honda Accord

On November 1, 1982, this Honda Accord Sedan was the first vehicle to roll off the assembly line at Honda of America Mfg. in Marysville, Ohio, beginning a new era in the United States automobile industry.

The Accord was the first Japanese-nameplate car assembled in the United States.
As of January 2012, Honda has assembled more than 8 million Accords in the United States - and a total of more than 17 million automobiles.

The 1983 Honda Accord was available as a two-door Hatchback Coupe or as 4-door Sedan. Pricing ranged from $7,500 - $8,500. Powering the Accord was an overhead-cam four-cylinder engine displacing 106.8 cubic-inches and delivering 75 horsepower. They came standard with a five-speed manual gearbox or a four-speed automatic. Disc brakes were in the front and drums were in the rear.
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Honda Monthly Sales Volume

March 2018
128,855
February 2018
104,588
January 2018
95,634
December 2017
134,255
November 2017
120,440
October 2017
114,655
September 2017
129,776
August 2017
132,883
July 2017
136,803
June 2017
125,755
May 2017
134,475
April 2017
124,254
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