North American auto makers are on track to build 1.446 million vehicles in August, an 11.0% increase from like-2003, based on a Ward’s estimate for the month. The estimate also is about 17,000 units – 9,800 cars and 7,200 trucks – above what the industry was planning for August when the month began. (See related data: Ward’s North American Estimated Production by Manufacturer and Country) All the major manufacturers will build more this month than they did in like-2003, including a huge ...
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