Volkswagen de Mexico S.A. de C.V’s plant in Puebla built more light vehicles in 2010 than any other North American assembly site, according to final full-year data compiled by Ward’s. Home to the Beetle, Jetta and Bora car lines, the factory – located in the city of Puebla and the state of the same name – produced 434,685 vehicles, up from its 2009 second-place total of 319,743. Puebla displaced 2009 output champ, Toyota Motor Engineering and Mfg. North America Inc.’s plant in ...

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