The North American auto industry’s fourth-quarter production plans take a hit, as Chrysler Group planners trim 23,500 cars and trucks from the company’s November-December output roster. Chrysler 300C The October estimate is down 200 units from where it stood last week. (See related data: Ward’s North American Production Schedule Update) Revised plans have 632,100 vehicles leaving Chrysler’s North American assembly plants in October-December, a drop from 655,800 a week ago, but still ...
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