Tremors from Japan's March 11 earthquake shook up the April list of the top 10 vehicles produced in North America.
Compared to a year earlier, half of the nameplates on April's list were new, according to the Automotive News Data Center.
Except for the Ford Fusion, those struck from the slate were Japanese nameplates ousted because battered suppliers in Japan could not ship enough parts to keep North American plants operating fully.
The Honda Accord, No. 2 a year earlier, fell to No. 23. Production plummeted from 30,963 units in April 2010 to just 11,840. The Honda Civic fell from No. 4 to No. 20.
Last year's No. 5, the Nissan Altima, fell to No. 14 in April as output slid 32 percent. The Toyota Camry fell to No. 19, from No. 7 last year. Production fell 46 percent.
The Detroit 3 dominate North America's new Top 10. U.S.-based automakers grabbed the first eight spots, led by a trio of pickups: the Ford F-series, Chevrolet Silverado and Ram.
Factories in Canada are taking a disproportionate hit in output because Japanese automakers have such a large presence there.
In April, Canadian car and truck output dropped 13 percent. But production rose 2 percent in Mexico and 3 percent in the United States.