Quarterly North American car and truck production is slated to wrap up with about the same small year-over-year gain as when 2013 began, 0.4%, although the year will go down as fifth-best in history with a 2.8% increase from 2012 to 16,234,600 units. Overall, auto makers have penciled in 3,912,800 vehicles for completion in October-December, compared with 3,895,700 in like-2012. Truck output accounts for all of the gain, unlike first-quarter results when cars bested prior-year by 3.6% ...
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