* Some 2011 models built without seating part in April * 1,3,7 series, Z4 held at U.S. port for parts installment * BMW expects to clear order backlog by early June DETROIT, May 27 (Reuters) - A parts shortage at a BMW supplier has slowed U.S. deliveries of most 2011 vehicles for the German automaker in May and created a backlog of orders for models including the 3 Series and 7 Series sedans, BMW said. During two weeks in April, the majority of latest BMW models bound for U.S. ...
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