1989 Honda Accord DX Sedan

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Artifact

Automobile

Date Made

1989

Summary

Honda introduced its Accord in 1976 as a compact car. It was economical, well-built, and fun to drive. Over the years Accords got bigger, and by 1989 they could accommodate families. In 1989 Accord became the first Japanese nameplate to become the best-selling car in the United States. Ironically, many Accords, including this one, were built at Honda's plant in Marysville, Ohio.

Object ID

2011.197.1

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford.

Driving America
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at Henry Ford Museum in Driving America

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