Mexico vehicle production in August saw a 10.2% increase compared with year-ago, as a 34.8% spike in domestic output was complemented by a 4.5% gain in builds for export. The Detroit Three’s production dropped a combined 12.0% to 101,711 units, as Ford Mexico and General Motors Mexico were off 33.4% and 12.3%, respectively, but Chrysler Mexico bucked the trend with a 23.6% surge to 29,557. Asian auto makers’ production was mixed, with Nissan Mexico and Toyota Mexico posting gains of ...
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