Just as third-quarter production gets under way, North American auto makers are upping their plans for the period to 3,777,100 vehicles, adding 9,700 units to the 3,767,400 planned a month ago. Manufacturers also are adjusting their car-truck mix to reflect the high dealer stocks of some light trucks. While Ford still is mulling revisions to its Q3 slate, other auto makers have moved ahead with changes resulting in 39,300 fewer truck assemblies than previously planned for the ...
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