Automakers in North America built 1,332,623 light vehicles in April, falling 7.4% below like-2018 after a slow first quarter. Light-truck production dipped 1.7% to 989,563 units, while car output shrank 20.6%. Assembly plants in the U.S. produced 899,669 light vehicles, a 7.0% decline from 2018’s 967,472, which was up 11.6% from the previous year. Car output dropped 15.6% to 217,196 units, with Ford tumbling 77.0% in the U.S. The 32.4% reduction in SUV builds and 16.6% decrease in ...

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