• American Honda President Tetsuo Iwamura and Jim Burrell join Tyrone Moore, Hide Iwata, Jeff Tomko and over 500 other Honda of America Manufacturing, Inc. associates to commemorate the production of Honda's 1 millionth U.S. export vehicle - a Honda Accord EX-L - headed to Seoul, South Korea. (Photo Credit: Paul Vernon)

  • American Honda President Tetsuo Iwamura and Jim Burrell join Tyrone Moore, Hide Iwata, Jeff Tomko and over 500 other Honda of America Manufacturing, Inc. associates to commemorate the production of Honda's 1 millionth U.S. export vehicle - a Honda Accord EX-L - headed to Seoul, South Korea. (Photo Credit: Paul Vernon)


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    A silver Honda Accord sedan is rarely a vehicle worth getting too excited over, but we're sure the folks at Honda's Marysville, Ohio assembly plant would beg to differ. This week, a silver 2013 Accord EX-L sedan earmarked for South Korea rolled off the line, making it the one-millionth vehicle Honda has exported from the US over the last 25 years. More importantly, Honda also announced that by 2014, it plans to export more cars from the US than it imports from Japan.

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