Automakers in North America built 1,368,787 light vehicles in January, starting the year 1.6% behind 2017. Extending an 8-month stretch of declines, car production fell 14.9% to 415,793 units. On the other hand, light-truck output improved 5.5% to 952,994, accounting for 69.6% of the region’s tally. Production slowed 1.6% in the U.S. to 903,413 light vehicles. Ford, the biggest volume producer in the country, dipped 1.7% to 200,033. Nissan tumbled 8.1% to 68,414 units and Toyota ...


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