Ford Begins 2011 Contract Negotiations With UAW

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Ford Begins 2011 Contract Negotiations With UAW
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Ford is opening the floor to 2011’s contract negotiations with the United Auto Workers—which always ends in suspense. Will the UAW walk away in anger? Will they threaten a strike? Will Ford shut down a couple more plants and idle production for months on end? Or will the ghost of Henry Ford send in the… Continue Reading...

Bob Lutz Breaks Down The Failure Of America’s Auto Industry

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Bob Lutz Breaks Down The Failure Of America’s Auto Industry
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Auto industry legend Bob Lutz may no longer be in the employ of the Big Three, but that hasn’t ever stopped “Maximum Bob” from giving his two cents on what the industry could do improve upon At the New York Auto Show, Lutz held court for a handful of journalists and expanded on what he… Continue Reading...

Chevrolet Volt, Cruze, Post Record March Sales

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Chevrolet Volt, Cruze, Post Record March Sales
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The initial slow start to the Chevrolet Volt rollout sped up in March with sales of more than twice the number than were sold in January and February combined. Sales of 608 Volts plus 321 in January and 281 in February now make 1,210 total. This is not a lot compared to 18,018 Cruzes sold… Continue Reading...

2012 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 To Start At Around $47,000

2012 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 To Start At Around $47,000
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The Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, unveiled at the Chicago Auto Show, is expected to have a base price of $47,000 when it launches in February, 2012. While it undercuts its chief rival, the Ford Shelby GT500 by about $2,495, a base Corvette, which has a 0-60 time of under 4 seconds, but only 430 horsepower, retails… Continue Reading...

UAW President Tries To Blackmail Foreign OEMs Into Organizing As UAW Survival Questioned

UAW President Tries To Blackmail Foreign OEMs Into Organizing As UAW Survival Questioned
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The United Auto Workers continued its campaign of irrelevancy as its President, Bob King, launched a series of veiled threats at foreign automakers with American plants (such as the Honda plant seen above), while simultaneously stating that the very survival of the UAW is at stake – and the organization of a foreign automaker’s plant is the… Continue Reading...