North American automakers built 1,297,071 light vehicles in January, up just 0.1% from year-ago but the highest output for the month since 2003. The month was highlighted by start of production at Mazda’s new plant in Salamanca, Mexico, which built 413 Mazda3 sedans in January. Including the addition of the Mazda2 later this year, WardsAuto predicts Mazda’s production will surpass 70,000 cars in 2014. The new Mazda plant is one of three opening in Mexico over a 12-month period ...


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