Yes, they buy other Japanese/Chinese/Mexican/whatever products that largely support those other countries. Because Honda makes a token commitment of less than 2% of their workforce to be in the U.S. really has no meaning, other than to make people feel better about the fact that they are supporting Japan and not America. Most Hondas sold in the U.S. come from U.S. plants, yes, but that's only a miniscule part of the full Honda picture because most Honda employees don't work in assembly plants! People ultimately decide what they want to do but for me, I have no interest in buying a product from a company where more than 90% of their revenues and workforce go to the Japanese economy versus only a small percentage to the U.S. economy. When you look at the whole picture, it's quite a horrible balance. U.S. buyers account for more revenue to Honda than the rest of the world combined... in contrast, they make quite a paltry contribution when it comes to employing U.S. workers.
Keeping on the original topic, I've given up on the Regal Turbo. Maybe I'll revisit if/when the Regal GS is introduced. Waiting for the turbo model that GM so prominently advertises on commercials (as if they are available now) has become a joke. Still none are available months later, and no sign of them.