North American manufacturers will assemble an estimated 886,000 vehicles in July, 7.1% below July 2003’s 953,431. (See related data: Ward’s North American Estimated Production by Manufacturer and Country) The estimate largely is in line with the 892,000 units planned for the month, based on the industry’s most recent production schedule plans. Most of the major manufacturers are looking at double-digit declines from July 2003 and only two – Nissan North America Inc. and Toyota Motor ...
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