Mexico's production of cars and trucks rose 20.2% in October to 176,799 units from 147,082 vehicles built in like-2004, marking the third consecutive month of gain over year-ago. The Big Three built 102,183 cars and trucks, a 24.1% jump compared with prior year. Volkswagen Mexico S.A. de C.V. was the top car producer with 32,214 units. Nissan Mexicana S.A. de C.V. placed second with 27,264. (See related data: Ward's North American Vehicle Production Summary) General Motors de Mexico ...
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