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  • Car Companies Started Offering Monthly Subscriptions for Drivers
    13 May 2018

    About a third of the 17 million cars expected to be sold in the U.S. this year are leased. The rest of them are purchased. However, there’s a new option for drivers coming in 2018 – car subscriptions. It is addressed to people that do not want to own a car but want to have access to a range of cars whenever they want.  So, by paying a monthly fee to access a variety of vehicles they can change up when they want. The flat fee starts from $400 and gets to as much as $3,700, depending on the company, and most often comes with insurance, maintenance, roadside assistance, pick...

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  • Ford Suspends F-150 Production After Fire At Supplier
    09 May 2018

    Ford Motor Co. said that it will halt production of its top-selling F-150 and Super Duty pickup trucks at some of its U.S. plants following a fire at a Michigan plant that produces instrument panels.  The truck side of Ford’s Kansas City Assembly plant has been suspended due to parts shortage. This means that about 3,600 workers are idled with no date set for reopening the plant. And the Dearborn Truck plant in Michigan is getting closed too. That plant has 4,000 employees. In addition, F-Series Super Duty production is suspended at the Kentucky Truck Plant in Louisville. ...

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  • April car sales slow down as consumer demand continued to weaken
    01 May 2018

    As consumer demand continued to weaken, the most powerful automakers have revealed their car sales for April 2018, and the results weren’t as good as expected. Auto sales have been on a bit of a roller coaster ride this year, with a weak performance in February followed by a jump in sales for some automakers in March.Ford Motor posted a 4.7-percent decline in sales, with retail sales to consumers down 2.6 percent. The No. 2 U.S. automaker said sales of its popular pickup trucks were up 0.9 percent, but SUV and passenger car sales were down 4.6 percent and 15 percent respectively.Nis...

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  • Ford to Kill all But Two Cars in North American Dealerships
    25 Apr 2018

    Ford said on Wednesday that the only passenger cars that it plans to keep on the North American market will be the Mustang and the upcoming Ford Focus Active which is a crossover-like hatchback that is due in 2019. That means that the regular Focus, Fiesta, Taurus, and Fusion won’t be available in the United States and Canada.  Ford will continue to offer its full spectrum of SUVs, trucks, and crossovers. By 2020, almost 90 percent of Ford’s portfolio in North America will be trucks, utilities, and commercial vehicles. The car manufacturer is exploring new vehicle models ...

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  • The reworked NAFTA rules have been announced
    01 Apr 2018

    Very soon the new rules under the reworked NAFTA will be introduced. According to the sources, the North American Free Trade Agreement stipulates that a certain amount of automotive production must be carried out in areas paying higher salaries.  Setting such wage requirements for the auto industry under the North American Free Trade Agreement could benefit the United States and Canada, whose unions say that lower Mexican pay has caused a drift in manufacturing capacity to Mexico. The U.S. plan aims to explore what percentage of output could be in areas paying higher salaries, and at...

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