With consumers still not yet ready to gorge on new cars and trucks, auto makers are planning a tepid – but perhaps still overly optimistic – third-quarter North American production slate. The industry schedule calls for 2,434,500 cars and trucks to roll off assembly lines in Canada, Mexico and the U.S. in July-September. While that still is some 20.2% less than year-ago’s already anemic 3,049,000 units, it would be the strongest performance so far this year, besting the first-quarter ...
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