Volkswagen de Mexico’s plant in Puebla built more light vehicles through the first six months of 2011 than any North American assembly site, according to data compiled by Ward’s. Home to the Beetle, Jetta and Bora car lines and located in the city of Puebla and the state of the same name, it produced 244,849 vehicles, up 27.1% from its like-2010 second-place total of 192,701. Credit popularity of the new-for-’11 Jetta, which in the U.S. through June saw its sales balloon 66% to 91,751 ...

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