MARYSVILLE, Ohio (AP) - Honda is ready to unwrap its new Ohio-made Accord.
Production is scheduled to start Monday on the new Accord sedan at Honda's factory in Marysville near Columbus.
The company is promising a car with all-new engines and transmissions that will raise its fuel efficiency. Honda hasn't released many details but says the new model will have a sportier driving character than the current Accord.
Honda's plant in Marysville employs about 4,400 people.
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