Mexico vehicle production in September rose 16.1% vs. prior-year to 236,805 units, with domestic builds climbing 19.1% and output for export up 15.3%. U.S. Big Three production grew 2.9% to 114,302 units. Chrysler Mexico led the pack with a 21.4% increase. Ford Mexico output jumped 8.0%, while General Motors Mexico builds were down 11.1% compared with like-2010. Asian auto makers’ results were mixed, as well. Volume-leader Nissan Mexico saw a 28.9% build increase in September, while ...

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