Thanks to significant increases at Fiat-Chrysler and Nissan, scheduled second-quarter North American vehicle output, at 4,421,200 units, is 58,600 units higher than it was when first unveiled a month ago. Planned output, 1.7% more vehicles than were built in like-2013, signals auto makers see March’s strong sales bounce-back from the January-February doldrums continuing into the spring selling season, a traditionally strong market. Second quarter typically is the time when assembly ...


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