As it was in September, Honda's Marysville, Ohio, plant was the biggest North American producer in October, turning out 47,866 units. Rounding out the top 10 plants were Nissan Smyrna, Tenn., 47,599; Nissan Aguascalientes, Mexico, No. 1, 45,908; Toyota Georgetown, Ky., 45,365; VW Puebla, Mexico, 43,947; Honda Alliston, Ontario, 37,724; Hyundai Montgomery, Ala., 37,593; Ford Louisville, Ky., 36,420; Ford Hermosillo, Mexico, 36,254; and Ford Kentucky Truck, Louisville, 35,603.
The top 10 plants in October accounted for 26 percent of total North American light-vehicle production.
North American production of cars and light trucks totaled 1,585,053 in October, up 8 percent from October 2012. Through October, light-vehicle production totaled 13,779,941, up 5 percent from the same period of 2012.