A final tally of 2001 car and truck exports from U.S. and Canadian plants shows shipments fell to 468,004 units, down 12.4% from 2000’s 534,290. Passenger car exports dipped to 219,151, off 13.9% from 254,497 the previous year. Truck shipments declined to 248,853, down 11.1% from 279,793 in 2000. Trucks accounted for 53.2% of the mix, up slightly from the 52.4% share a year earlier (download related data: U.S. and Canadian Car and Truck Exports). Of the six manufacturers tracked by ...
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