Low gasoline prices are helping fuel record sales in North America, and several assembly plants building trucks, particularly CUVs and pickups, are busting at the seams to keep up with demand. However, while low fuel prices are pushing buyers to trucks, cheaper gasoline is having the reverse effect on car output. Several plants mostly or solely building cars are below full straight-time capacity and forecasted to stay there, even with light-vehicle sales, particularly in the U.S., expected ...

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