DETROIT – Mexico’s car and truck production totaled 145,810 units in July, up 3.0% from the 141,517 vehicles made year-ago, according to Ward’s data. DaimlerChrsyler's Mexican unit produces the PT Cruiser It’s the third time in four months that output has outperformed like-2001 levels. January-July production is running 0.3% (1,092,492 vs. 1,089,314) ahead of year-ago output. (view related data: Mexico Production) In July, domestic production increased 41.4% to 40,195 vs. ...

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