Production of cars and trucks in Mexico totaled 134,556 units in March, down 6.2% from the 143,497 vehicles assembled during like-2002, according to Ward’s data. That’s the fifth straight month output has declined against previous-year totals. Cadillac Escalade EXT production declined 55.5% in March. Production for domestic destinations declined 15.1% (34,021 vs. 40,060), while production bound for foreign markets dipped 2.8% to 100,535. (see related data: Ward's Mexico ...

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