The United Auto Workers union on Monday turned its bargaining focus to Fiat Chrysler, raising the possibility of another strike against a Detroit automaker. Ford workers ratified their contract Friday night, while the union settled with General Motors last month after a 40-day strike by 49,000 workers that shut down the company’s U.S. production. Ford, which has 55,000 UAW workers, mostly followed the pattern agreement set at GM.Continue reading UAW turns its focus to Fiat...more
2020 Honda CR-V vs. 2020 Nissan Rogue: Compare Crossover SUVs The two mega-selling crossovers have all the bases covered like a 9-run inning, but which is best for new car buyers? Nissan recalling nearly 400,000 cars for brake defect that could cause fire Nissan recalls newer Murano, Maxima, and Pathfinders, as well as Infiniti QX60, for increased...
Having to scrape your windshield first thing in the morning is one of the worst ways to start your day. If you want to avoid the hassle, you could try using a windshield snow cover and frost guard! This one uses magnets to hold the cover in place, and no tools are required for installation. You can Continue reading Make your mornings easier with this car windshield snow cover
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A year after his arrest, Nissan ex-Chairman Carlos Ghosn remains stuck in Tokyo under stringent bail conditions and without a trial date as he seeks access to a trove of Nissan emails and other evidence to fight charges of financial misconduct. The once-feted executive has spent 129 days in detention since his arrest shortly after his private jet touched down at a Tokyo airport on Nov. 19, 2018. Nissan sacked Ghosn, saying its internal investigations revealed misconduct ranging from understatiContinue reading Carlos Gh...more
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The clock has run out on President Donald Trump's authority to impose "Section 232" tariffs on imports of foreign-made cars and auto parts, and he may have to find other means if he wants to pursue tariffs on European or Japanese cars, legal experts say. Trump took no action last Thursday as a deadline to impose the national security tariffs of up to 25% on automotive imports from the European Union, Japan or South Korea expired.Continue reading Trump's authority to impose 'Section 232' auto tariffs has lapsed
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