North American manufacturers for the second straight month will fall short of their production schedules in February, an indication that sales remain sluggish, based on a Ward’s estimate for the month. February production is on track to total 1.355 million vehicles, 19,000 units below the month’s schedule, with nearly 16,000 of the shortfall coming in cars. See related data Most of the losses are from the smaller manufacturers. The Big Three, which account for roughly three-fourths ...
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