Mexico production continued to rebound in July, rising 59.3% vs. year-ago to 186,659 cars and trucks. The increase was fueled by a 66.5% uptick in export-bound builds, while a 35.7% boost in domestic output indicates a slower pace of recovery for the Mexican auto market. Detroit Three production climbed 50.7% compared with year-ago, with General Motors de Mexico S.A. de C.V leading the pack with a 103.8% jump. The bulk of GM’s gain came courtesy of the SRX cross/utility vehicle, as ...
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