In January, automakers in North America built 1,354,195 light vehicles, falling slightly below same-month 2018. Production in the U.S. was down 2.0% at 868,465 LVs, amid high inventory volumes. Light-truck output fell 4.1% to 639,836 units. BMW tumbled 25.6% to 25,022 light trucks in the second month of X7 production. Nissan slowed 7.7% to 42,381 units and Toyota was down 8.4% to 57,046. FCA began production of the all-new Jeep Gladiator in Toledo, OH. An estimated 50 units of the small ...

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