Ending the third quarter, automakers in North America built 1,377,311 light vehicles in September, improving 1.3% over year-ago. The growth came from the U.S., where production rose 3.3% to 900,008 units. A 2.8% drop in car output was balanced out by a 5.4% increase in light trucks. Hyundai and Subaru saw 27.3% and 7.9% improvement, respectively, while Toyota dropped 11.4% to 96,841 units and Ford was down 4.1% to 178,709. Production began at Volvo’s new Ridgeville, SC, facility ...

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