Automakers in North America built 1,417,191 light vehicles in June, falling 2.4% below year-ago’s 1,452,654. U.S. production slid 2.0% below last June’s output to 901,599 LVs. The car total was down 8.4% to 209,614 units, partly due to the annual summer shutdown of the Hyundai plant in Montgomery, AL. Light trucks inched up 0.1%, with Volkswagen (-13.5%), Toyota (-10.3%) and Nissan (-16.1%) all declining. Ford’s car total tumbled 39.9% to 9,753, but light trucks inched ...

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