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GM’s Labor Problems Spill Over from U.S. into Mexico

GM’s Labor Problems Spill Over from U.S. into Mexico

Silao workers want to be represented a new union.

General Motors is dealing with labor issues on two fronts: the United States and Mexico. While 49,000 UAW workers walked off the production line and on to the picket lines several days ago, workers at the company’s Silao plant are demanding to be represented by a new labor union. Find out what’s next at TheDetroitBureau.com.

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Strike Cuts Off Flow of Replacement Parts to Dealers

Strike Cuts Off Flow of Replacement Parts to Dealers

Large recalls may be problematic for company.

The United Auto Workers strike against General Motors Co. has curtailed delivery of service parts used to repair cars and trucks at GM dealerships across the country, the company acknowledged. While there are some options for do-it-yourselfers in the retail market, the real problem could come with recalls. Find out more at TheDetroitBureau.com.

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First Look: 2020 Honda CR-V Hybrid

First Look: 2020 Honda CR-V Hybrid

Better mileage – but more power, too.

Honda was one of the first automakers to put a hybrid on the road in the U.S. However, since the debut of the Insight in 2000, hybrid fans have had to wait until the introduction of the 2020 CR-V hybrid to get another. While it’s not going to get the mileage the Insight did, it’s going to perform well, especially when it comes to acceleration. Find out more at TheDetroitBureau.com.

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First Look: 2020 Honda CR-V Hybrid
First Look: 2020 Honda CR-V Hybrid

Honda was one of the first automakers to put a hybrid on the road in the U.S. However, since the debut of the Insight in 2000, hybrid fans have had to wait until the introduction of the 2020 CR-V hybrid to get another. While it’s not going to get the mileage the Insight did, it’s going to perform well, especially when it comes to acceleration. Find out more at TheDetroitBureau.com.

Toyota Investing $391 Million in Texas Truck Plant
Toyota Investing $391 Million in Texas Truck Plant

Toyota has expressed its pleasure to pick up the passenger car sales that the Big Three is willingly giving up by scuttling all of its sedans in the next few years to focus on utility and trucks sales. However, the Japanese automaker isn’t giving up truck sales either. The company reconfirmed its plans to remain committed to truck sales by investing another $391 million at its truck plant in San Antonio, Texas. For more, go to TheDetroitBureau.com.

Strike Cuts Off Flow of Replacement Parts to Dealers
Strike Cuts Off Flow of Replacement Parts to Dealers

The United Auto Workers strike against General Motors Co. has curtailed delivery of service parts used to repair cars and trucks at GM dealerships across the country, the company acknowledged. While there are some options for do-it-yourselfers in the retail market, the real problem could come with recalls. Find out more at TheDetroitBureau.com.

GM Cuts Off Health Care to Strikers as Tension Escalates
GM Cuts Off Health Care to Strikers as Tension Escalates

General Motors Co. cancelled the health-care plans for thousands of striking workers and while the move was not unexpected, the company didn’t formally notify the United Auto Workers of the move, ratchetting up tensions in already stressful confrontation. Find out more at TheDetroitBureau.com.

Expected Fed Rate Cut Unlikely to Help Auto Buyers
Expected Fed Rate Cut Unlikely to Help Auto Buyers

Despite interest rates falling for most of the year, the Federal Reserve appears set to cut them once again despite the concerns by some are concerned about inflation and other issues. However, those lower rates are unlikely to trickle down to automotive lenders. Find out why at TheDetroitBureau.com.

Health Care Remains Formidable Hurdle to Clear in GM-UAW Negotiations
Health Care Remains Formidable Hurdle to Clear in GM-UAW Negotiations

General Motors Co. demands for new concessions on health care and a meager wage increase have emerged as issues energizing the United Auto Workers strike against the company in what is quickly turning into the longest nationwide walkout by the UAW at GM in almost a half a century. See what’s next at TheDetroitBureau.com.

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First Drive: 2019 Lincoln Nautilus Black Label Edition
First Drive: 2019 Lincoln Nautilus Black Label Edition

The rise in the popularity of sport-utility vehicles has led to a revival of the Lincoln brand. Earlier in the decade, it looked as if Lincoln was destined for some sort of automotive graveyard. But the new Lincoln Navigator and now the Nautilus have helped give Lincoln a new lease on life. We got some time behind the wheel of the new Nautilus, find out what we thought at TheDetroitBureau.com.

First Look: 2020 Cadillac CT4
First Look: 2020 Cadillac CT4

Caddy isn’t walking away from the luxury sedan market and the 2020 Cadillac CT4 seems intent on addressing some of the faults of its older entry-lux sedan. TheDetroitBureau.com takes a closer look.

Mercedes-Benz Launches 3rd-Gen GLC 350e Plug-in Hybrid
Mercedes-Benz Launches 3rd-Gen GLC 350e Plug-in Hybrid

Mercedes-Benz will lift the covers on the 3rd-gen GLC 350e 4Matic at the Frankfurt Motor Show this week, the plug-in hybrid getting not only a new look but longer range and better performance, reports TheDetroitBureau.com.

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Trump Confirms Mileage Standards Cut, Elimination of California Clean Air Waiver

Trump Confirms Mileage Standards Cut, Elimination of California Clean Air Waiver

Moves come despite strong blowback.

President Donald Trump took to Twitter to confirm he will revoke California’s authority to set its own emissions standards as part of an overall plan to rollback national emissions mandates. He claims these efforts will result in safer and cheaper cars for the driving public. For more, go to TheDetroitBureau.com.

First Look: 2020 Honda CR-V Hybrid

First Look: 2020 Honda CR-V Hybrid

Better mileage – but more power, too.

Honda was one of the first automakers to put a hybrid on the road in the U.S. However, since the debut of the Insight in 2000, hybrid fans have had to wait until the introduction of the 2020 CR-V hybrid to get another. While it’s not going to get the mileage the Insight did, it’s going to perform well, especially when it comes to acceleration. Find out more at TheDetroitBureau.com.

Toyota Investing $391 Million in Texas Truck Plant

Toyota Investing $391 Million in Texas Truck Plant

Company moving to single truck architecture for 2020.

Toyota has expressed its pleasure to pick up the passenger car sales that the Big Three is willingly giving up by scuttling all of its sedans in the next few years to focus on utility and trucks sales. However, the Japanese automaker isn’t giving up truck sales either. The company reconfirmed its plans to remain committed to truck sales by investing another $391 million at its truck plant in San Antonio, Texas. For more, go to TheDetroitBureau.com.

Trump Admin. Set to Revoke California’s Authority to Set Vehicle Emissions Standards

Trump Admin. Set to Revoke California’s Authority to Set Vehicle Emissions Standards

Move likely to kick off a major legal battle that could stretch on past 2020 elections.

The EPA is expected to announce Wednesday afternoon that the Trump administration will eliminate California’s long-held ability to set its own tailpipe emissions standards, a move the state had been planning to use to promote production and sales of battery-electric cars and other zero-emission vehicles. Get details at TheDetroitBureau.com.

Strike Cuts Off Flow of Replacement Parts to Dealers

Strike Cuts Off Flow of Replacement Parts to Dealers

Large recalls may be problematic for company.

The United Auto Workers strike against General Motors Co. has curtailed delivery of service parts used to repair cars and trucks at GM dealerships across the country, the company acknowledged. While there are some options for do-it-yourselfers in the retail market, the real problem could come with recalls. Find out more at TheDetroitBureau.com.

GM Cuts Off Health Care to Strikers as Tension Escalates

GM Cuts Off Health Care to Strikers as Tension Escalates

Union picking up COBRA costs out of strike fund.

General Motors Co. cancelled the health-care plans for thousands of striking workers and while the move was not unexpected, the company didn’t formally notify the United Auto Workers of the move, ratchetting up tensions in already stressful confrontation. Find out more at TheDetroitBureau.com.

Expected Fed Rate Cut Unlikely to Help Auto Buyers

Expected Fed Rate Cut Unlikely to Help Auto Buyers

Lenders aren't going to cut interest rates further.

Despite interest rates falling for most of the year, the Federal Reserve appears set to cut them once again despite the concerns by some are concerned about inflation and other issues. However, those lower rates are unlikely to trickle down to automotive lenders. Find out why at TheDetroitBureau.com.

Health Care Remains Formidable Hurdle to Clear in GM-UAW Negotiations

Health Care Remains Formidable Hurdle to Clear in GM-UAW Negotiations

Proposed wage increase offset by push to cut prescription coverage.

General Motors Co. demands for new concessions on health care and a meager wage increase have emerged as issues energizing the United Auto Workers strike against the company in what is quickly turning into the longest nationwide walkout by the UAW at GM in almost a half a century. See what’s next at TheDetroitBureau.com.

You May Get the Option to Choose What Your EV Sounds Like

You May Get the Option to Choose What Your EV Sounds Like

Feds propose revised rule giving owners choice of what sound their battery-cars make at low speeds.

EVs are all but silent at low speeds, a potential problem considering pedestrian fatalities are already on the rise. Now NHTSA wants to let owners choose the warning sounds their battery-cars make at low speeds. TheDetroitBureau.com has the story.

Gas Prices Expected to Rise in Wake of Attack on Saudi Oil Facilities

Gas Prices Expected to Rise in Wake of Attack on Saudi Oil Facilities

Gas prices had been been expected to drop this fall.

The price of gasoline is expected to jump during next several days on the heels of a drone attack on the world’s largest oil processing facility in Saudi Arabia, according to analysts that follow the oil business. Gasoline price held steady at $2.56 per gallon in the survey by AAA. Get the news at TheDetroitBureau.com.

Forward Into the Past with the Vision Mercedes Simplex

Forward Into the Past with the Vision Mercedes Simplex

Concept offers updated look of company's original big seller.

Mercedes-Benz has been rolling out some notably futuristic concept cars in recent times, models like the Vision EQS it debuted at the Frankfurt Motor Show last week. But the new Vision Mercedes Simplex concept gives us a glimpse of the future by looking back at the German automaker’s past. To look at the future of Mercedes’ past, go to TheDetroitBureau.com.

Subaru Sells 10-Millionth Vehicle in America

Subaru Sells 10-Millionth Vehicle in America

Five million of the 10M sold in the last 10 years.

Subaru’s sales in America have been explosive for the last five years with the Japanese brand breaking record after record during that time. The company recently hit a new milestone: It sold its 10-millionth vehicle in the U.S. The company, which has been selling vehicles in the U.S. for a little more than 50 years, but the last 10 years have been the difference maker. See more at TheDetroitBureau.com.

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