Reflecting some indecisiveness about North American new-vehicle demand, automakers, barely a month after whacking 50,100 units from their initial first-quarter output plans, have boosted the slated by 60,000 units, to 4,402,200 from the previously slated 4,342,200 vehicles. Compared with the prior year’s 4,285,500 completions, the revised first-quarter plan is up 2.7%. Not surprisingly, trucks are at the heart of the industry’s gain, reflecting growing consumer demand. Led by a ...

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