Just five years after falling to its lowest level in the past 29 years, North American car and truck production is likely to breech the 17.0 million-unit mark for only the third time in history. Having run at a rapid pace for most of the year, car and truck assembly plants now are scheduled to build 4,443,000 units in the fourth quarter, a 5.6% increase over like 2013’s 4,172,000 completions. The strong fourth-quarter slate is enough to push vehicle output to 17.3 million-plus units, a ...


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