The top 10 plants in North America for June, ranked by production volume, were Volkswagen Puebla, Mexico, 52,194; Toyota Georgetown, Ky., 41,291; Nissan Smyrna, Tenn., 40,508; Nissan Aguascalientes, Mexico, 40,271; Honda Marysville, Ohio, 37,517; Honda Alliston, Ontario, 35,554; Hyundai Montgomery, Ala., 34,207; Ford Louisville, Ky., 32,932; Ford Hermosillo, Mexico, 32,675; and General Motors Silao, Mexico, 32,076.
The top 10 plants built 27 percent of June's estimated total North American light-vehicle production. For the first time since January, GM had a plant in the top 10. Output at Ford's Louisville plant rose a top-10-leading 59 percent from a year earlier as it ramped up production of the Escape. The largest decline in production was at VW's Puebla plant, where output fell 14 percent.
-- Debi Domby