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Honda, where's my car? Production cuts lead to yearlong waits

Toyota customers also face delays as chip shortage wreaks havoc on supply

Some customers will have to wait more than a year to receive Honda's Vezel sports utility vehicle.

TOKYO -- Automobile production cuts triggered by a global chip shortage and the raging pandemic in Southeast Asia have now reached consumers as buyers of Toyota and Honda vehicles are asked to wait more than a year to receive vehicles they have ordered.

Honda announced that its domestic production in August and September is down roughly 60% from earlier plans.

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