Honda was the first Japanese automaker to manufacture automobiles in the U.S. It established a North American subsidiary, American Honda Motor Co., in 1959, began selling passenger cars in the U.S. market in 1970, and commenced manufacturing operations in the U.S. in the 1980s. Honda vehicles were more popular in the U.S. than even in Japan and it had a solid reputation of reliability among U.S. consumers. However, Honda’s reliability has been dwindling in the past ten years. While Honda models once populated the Consumer Reports annual list of top ten most reliable cars, it has been years since a mainstream Honda or sedan made the list. In 2020, J.D. Power ranked it below average for dependability and the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI®) revealed a record low for the manufacturer.
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