Four automakers lost production Monday or Tuesday due to the snowstorm that paralyzed much of the eastern United States.
Through Tuesday, four manufacturers had lost a total of 11,000 units because of factory closings in six states, Automotive News estimated.
Ford Motor Co. lost an estimated 4,200 vehicles; General Motors lost 1,900 vehicles; Honda lost 3,175 vehicles; and Toyota lost 1,725.
The DaimlerChrysler plant in Newark, N.J., is closed all week for inventory adjustment and was not affected.
Plants and products that suffered storm losses are:
FORD MOTOR CO.
Edison, N.J.: Ford Ranger, Mazda B series
Lorain, Ohio: Ford Econoline/Club Wagon
Louisville, Ky: Ford Explorer, Mercury Mountaineer
Kentucky Truck (Louisville, Ky.): Ford F-series Super Duty
Norfolk, Va.: Ford F series
Note: Edison was the only plant down for the entire day Monday and Tuesday. The other plants were down temporarily during the period.
Baltimore: Chevrolet Astro, GMC Safari
Lordstown, Ohio: Chevrolet Cavalier, Pontiac Sunfire
Linden, N.J.: Chevrolet S10 and Blazer; GMC Sonoma and Jimmy
Moraine, Ohio: Chevrolet TrailBlazer, GMC Envoy, Oldsmobile Bravada
Wilmington, Del.: Saturn L series
Note: Mostly partial closings
East Liberty, Ohio: Honda Civic, Civic GX, Element
Marysville, Ohio: Acura CL and TL; Honda Accord
Note: Both plants were closed Monday.
Georgetown, Ky.: Toyota Avalon, Camry
Note: Only closed Monday