Larger engines and engines with more cylinders are being installed in a higher number of North American vehicles built for the U.S. market, based on Ward’s annual model-year survey of factory-installed equipment trends for domestically produced light vehicles. The survey is based on production of models designated as ’03s, and not for a specific period of time. (See related data: U.S. Model Light-Vehicle Production by Engine Industry Summary) (See related data: Domestic Light ...
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