Mexico production kicked off the year jumping 21.2% in January from prior-year, to 207,662 units, as domestic builds rose 20.8% and export assemblies climbed 21.3%. U.S. Big Three production rose 10.9% to 103,254 units. Ford Mexico’s output surged 51.0%, while General Motors Mexico boosted production only slightly. Chrysler Mexico builds slipped 11.5% to 18,476. Related document: Ward’s Mexico Production by Vehicle Line Among the Japanese auto makers, volume-leader Nissan Mexico’s ...
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