North American production fell somewhat short of plan for January, mostly on an estimated 22,200-unit deficit at Ford Motor Co. Overall the build should wind up at about 96.4% of plan (see complete data p.7), with 1,325,800 vehicles expected to be built compared to 1,374,600 units initially scheduled. U.S. production is on pace to hit 95.1% of plan, 959,200 to 1,008,700. In Canada, vehicle output is running at 98.5% of original estimates, 246,100 to 249,800, and Mexico is poised to ...

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