North American vehicle production in December 2007 fell to 947,462 units, marking the lowest monthly level since 1991, but this December will set a more dire record as output tumbles another 5.6% to 894,096, according to a Ward’s forecast. November’s estimated output should tally 981,926 vehicles, a whopping 26.2% behind year-ago’s 1,330,086, when the monthly build kept pace with prior years. November’s production also is expected to be the month’s worst since 1991. Auto makers have been ...
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