A year after World War II ended, Honda emerged in Japan and quickly established itself as a player on the global automotive stage. Today, Honda is Japan’s second-largest automotive manufacturer. Since 1959, Honda has annually produced the most motorcycles and internal combustion engines in the world. Before the 1970s, Honda became a game changer when it began developing and producing vehicles specific to the needs of various regions of the world.
Honda models such as the Accord, Civic, Odyssey, Fit, Insight, CRV, CR-Z, and Legend combine to flood the market with millions of vehicles annually. Because of volume, buyers usually have little issue finding the used Honda they seek. This does not take into account Honda’s luxury brand—Acura.