Production of cars and trucks in Mexico totaled 96,468 units in January, down 19.6% from the 119,981 vehicles built during like-2004. Output for the domestic market dipped 2.6% to 32,619 units vs. year-ago’s 33,500-unit total. Export production posted a larger decline, with volume off 26.2% to 63,849 units, down from like-2004’s 86,481. (See related data: Ward’s Mexico Production by Vehicle Line) Output was up 5.7% at Nissan Mexicana S.A. de C.V., as the auto maker posts a 25% jump in ...
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