With Ford joining in the review process, North American auto makers are adding a net 12,100 light vehicles to the first-quarter slate with an increase of 23,200 units in March and 3,500 in February that more than offsets an expected January shortfall of 14,600 vehicles. As it stands now, Q1 output of 4,027,500 units moves to within 99.1% of like-2012’s 4,065,300 assemblies. Although still trailing year-ago by 3.4%, Q1 light-truck production grows by 52,800 units to 2,231,900 from ...
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