Mexico light-vehicle builds jumped 29.4% in March from year-ago to 253,507 units, boosted by a 50.7% surge in domestic production and a 24.3% spike in export output. Detroit Three production climbed 24.8% compared with year-ago, with Ford Mexico leading the pack with a 41.0% jump. The bulk of Ford’s gain came courtesy of the Lincoln MKZ midsize sedan, which saw output surge 151.6% to 4,267 units. Chrysler Mexico and General Motors Mexico posted monthly production increases of 24.5% and ...

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