Honda Begins Scrapping 1,000 Flood Damaged Cars in Thailand

Honda Begins Scrapping 1,000 Flood Damaged Cars in Thailand

Sigh! Japanese automaker Honda Automobile on Tuesday began destroying 1,000 cars that were damaged in this year’s floods to reassure customers that no vehicles damaged in the country's recent flood crisis will ever be sold. Most of the cars to be scrapped are mid-sized City sedans and Brio and Jazz hatchbacks. The scrapping process at Honda's plant in the central province of Ayutthaya is expected to take one month.

The cars that were scrapped were made at the Rojana Industrial Park when the industrial estate in Ayutthaya, 100 kilometers north of Bangkok. The factory was one of the hardest hit by the several months of record flooding, which only receded a few weeks ago. The devastating floods were the worst the country experienced in 50 years and left over 700 people dead.

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