North American production will finish below the industry’s plan in September, based on a Ward’s estimate for the month. Auto makers will build an estimated 1.432 million units, about 1% below what was scheduled for September at the beginning of the month and 4.0% below year-ago’s 1.491 million.(See related data: Ward's North American Estimated Production by Manufacturer and Country) Overbuilds in Canada and Mexico will not be enough to offset a shortfall of 37,700 units in the U.S. ...
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