North American manufacturers will have the straight-time capability to build 19.499 million cars and trucks for the ’04 model year, less than 1% above what they could produce in ’03. The net increase largely is due to the addition of 300,000 units at Nissan North America Inc.’s new plant in Canton, MS. General Motors Corp., Toyota Motor Mfg. U.S.A. Inc. and Honda of America Mfg. Inc. also had small increases for the ’04 model year. (See related data: North American ’04 Model Changeover ...

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