A Honda Motor Co. factory in Ohio has made its 10 millionth vehicle, the first Honda plant outside Japan to reach that milestone.
Honda says the vehicle -- an Accord sedan -- rolled off the assembly line Tuesday in Marysville, about 30 miles northwest of Columbus.
The factory opened in 1982 and is Honda's oldest auto plant in the United States. The first vehicle produced there also was an Accord sedan.
Today, the factory also builds the Acura TL sedan and the Acura RDX crossover. Nearly all Accords sold in North America are built in Marysville.