Automakers in North America built 1,484,547 light vehicles in March, falling 4.6% below year-ago’s 1,556,635. U.S. production slid 6.4% under last March’s output to 971,431 LVs. The car total was down 18.1% to 220,362 units, mostly due to the discontinuation of the Ford Taurus. Light trucks dipped 2.4%, while Tesla (estimated -57.7%), Toyota (-19.2%) and Nissan (-19.2%) all declined. Hyundai’s car total dropped 7.7% to 15,825, while light trucks soared 158.8% to 11,275. ...

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