Why did Honda stop selling its Honda Civic in the U.S.?

The Honda Civic is one of the most beloved cars of the 1990s.

Now the automaker has decided to stop making it in the United States, the company announced in a statement.

The decision is “based on the fact that there is not enough demand for the product in the market,” the statement said.

The Civic will be discontinued in 2019.

Honda said it was looking at “potential additional markets outside the United State,” but declined to comment further.

Honda is the most successful American car maker.

The automaker sold 4.2 million cars in 2017.

But the U tol is expected to be a tough market for the automakers big brand.

Last year, Honda sold just 1.2 percent of its cars in the country, according to the National Automobile Dealers Association.

It also doesn’t have a strong presence in the city of Detroit.

More: Honda Civic will end 2019 production at its Lansing plant, which makes the sporty Fit crossover.

The Civic is an iconic brand in the automotive world.

The car has a distinguished history in America, dating back to the early 1900s.

It’s a small, lightweight sports car that can go up to 65 mph on the highway.

It’s also a symbol of America’s growing middle class.

Last month, the automas sales surpassed those of the Nissan Altima and Toyota Camry in the auto industry, and surpassed the sales of the Ford Mustang and Chevy Cobalt in the industry.

In the U., the Civic was the top-selling car of 2017, the NDAA said.

On Tuesday, the U S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said it has closed a probe into Honda’s recall of the Civic, which the automaks blamed on the company not using its safety systems properly.