Heading into the year’s third quarter, a Ward’s forecast estimates North American production for July will hit 906,915 vehicles, a 3.6% drop from year-ago’s 940,351. With the spotlight shifting away from labor strife, domestic auto makers are focused on consumers’ growing preference for small cars. Ward’s forecasts a 4.3% uptick in passenger-car production, while light-truck output could drop as much as 10.5% in July. June output is expected to trail year-ago by 9.5%, for an estimated ...
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