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Associates at Honda Manufacturing of Alabama, LLC in Lincoln, Ala. celebrate the start of production of the 2016 Honda Pilot.

All-New 2016 Honda Pilot SUV Begins Mass Production in Alabama

May 21, 2015 — More than 1,500 associates at Honda Manufacturing of Alabama (HMA) today celebrated the start of mass production of the all-new, thoroughly redesigned and reimagined 2016 Honda Pilot, slated to go on-sale next month at Honda dealerships nationwide.

A computer aided engineering simulation of cooling airflow to a brake system

New Center Opened by Ohio State and Honda to Develop New and Improved Engineering Tools for Vehicle Design and Production

May 21, 2015 — The Ohio State University and Honda celebrated the grand opening of the new Simulation Innovation and Modeling Center (SIMCenter) by inviting other potential industry partners to collaborate at the facility designed to advance product performance and manufacturing processes through computer-aided simulation.

2016 Honda Pilot - Overview

May 20, 2015 — The all-new 2016 Honda Pilot SUV, with seating up to eight passengers, joins the Honda CR-V and all-new HR-V as the flagship in an expanded lineup of innovative, benchmark-setting Honda SUVs.




Honda Rearview Report: May 9 - May 15, 2015

"With the summer riding season approaching, adventure is the name of the game for Honda Powersports with our announcement this week of the first motorcycles for the 2016 model lineup."

Honda Rearview Report: May 2 - May 8, 2015

"With Spring finally in full bloom and May upon us, this can only mean one thing for racing fans – the month of Indy has arrived! Starting this weekend with the Grand Prix of Indianapolis, followed by the Indy 500 and then the Dual in Detroit, we're looking forward to a month of exciting race competition."

Honda Rearview Report: April 25 - May 1, 2015

"The announcement this week of a sub-$20,000 starting price for the all-new 2016 Honda HR-V crossover underscores its important role as the new gateway to the Honda light truck lineup."