Automakers are planning a robust North American assembly pace in first-quarter 2014, as production schedules call for the completion of 4,237,400 cars and trucks. That’s the fifth-best volume for the quarter in history, averaging 68,345 units on each of 62 regular work days, 2.2% more than the 66,903 cars and trucks assembled daily in like-2013, when there was an average of 61 work days. It also comes to within 9.1% of matching the industry’s first-quarter output record of ...

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