While this is from 4 years ago, I assume it still holds for the most part. At some point Tesla will start to appear on the map.
Not surprise for me... many countries cannot live off just with "small cars". Many countries need truck and pick up of different sizes and Honda products have NONE. I see Honda products line up kind of at the opposite end compare to GM and Ford. Honda products are mostly smaller car/CUV and GM/Ford are mainly large pick up/SUV and Toyota are doing EVERYTHING. This is why American brands and Honda only appear in a few countries. It doesn't mean they are not selling, it just mean they (GM/Ford/Honda) never able be the "most popular".I'm a little surprised that Honda only has one small country: The Bahamas.
Ford is still the number 1 brand in the US in 2021.You assume incorrectly. Toyota just passed Ford in the United States. GM is considerably bigger here, but since it's divided up into 4 brands I suppose that's out.
People like to exaggerate how small Honda it actually is. There are not many automaker in the world are bigger than Honda. For an automaker (Honda) that without a professional truck division, IT IS NOT SMALL.In comparison to the Toyota, Ford, and GM, Honda is a tiny company (in the car world).