Total vehicle production in Mexico through the first three quarters of 2004 trails year-ago levels, despite a September performance that outpaced like-2003 by 7.4%. Toyota Sienna Mexico sales skyrocket. Output for domestic sale increased 35.9% during the month to 43,568 units, with the Big Three contributing a 54.1% boost. Production for export fell slightly, down 1.7% to 98,053 due to cutbacks in big trucks and declines at every auto maker except Ford Motor Co. S.A. de C.V. and ...

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