In November, automakers in North America built 1,422,065 light vehicles, falling 1.2% behind same-month 2017. Much of slowdown came from Canada, where production dropped 12.1% to 175,649 units. Cars sank 15.8% and light trucks were down 9.9% to 114,335. It was the lowest November since 2010’s 166,663 total.   Toyota production fell 32.6% to 33,754 units, with a 62.6% decline at the Woodstock, ON, plant. FCA’s total dropped an estimated 20.6% to 43,086 units. Ford, which ...

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