Short of inventory on some popular models, auto makers are gearing to build 3,596,200 cars and trucks in North American plants in the year’s third quarter. That’s a whopping 18.3% gain on like-2010’s 3,039,600 completions in what is normally a period of seasonal slowdowns as plants go idle for vacation and model-changeover downtime. Related document: North America Production Schedule Q3 The robust July-September output slate is the best since 2007, when 3,614,300 vehicles were turned ...
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