North American manufacturers will build an estimated 1.575 million vehicles in June, about 1,000 units above what was scheduled for the month, including a slight overbuild for cars. Trucks will finish close to schedule — a Ward's estimate has them a paltry 2,300 units below plan — but June could be the first month since January that the industry didn't build more trucks than planned (see complete data p.7). Car production should come in at 100.4% of plan for June, thanks to General Motors ...
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