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  • Mexican Economy Minister Will Say ‘Bye-Bye’ to NAFTA Talks if Tariffs are Imposed
    Ildefonso Guajardo, Mexico’s senior trade negotiator, reaffirmed his position to break off talks to reconfigure NAFTA, saying his country will completely abandon talks if the United States continues threatening levies and caps on products coming in from its southern border. He said Mexico will refuse to even consider the kind of tariffs President Trump has discussed and revert back […]
    Matt Posky
  • The Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE Should Satisfy Z/28 Holdouts
    Chevrolet’s Camaro ZL1 is already renowned for its ability to put down massive amounts of power in the corners and the straights. When General Motors switched over to the Alpha platform, it made sure that the ZL1 was a serious contender on the track, drag strip, highway, or any other evenly paved road. For 2018, the ZL1 […]
    Matt Posky
  • New Transportation Secretary Has Obama’s Self-driving Guidelines Under a Microscope
    Last September, the Obama administration released a list of 15 guidelines to all automakers looking to develop and market a self-driving vehicle. Companies were asked to voluntarily follow the rules and report back to the federal government with useful information. It was a somewhat confusing exercise and raised a flurry of questions and concerns. At […]
    Steph Willems
  • Rare Rides: Ferrari-inspired Chevrolet Turbo-diesel will Ignite Your Custom Passions
    Some automotive generalities are undeniable: Americans like their pickup trucks, and Italians like the style and flair of a Ferrari. It’s not often these two interests align, but today’s Rare Rides must have been written somewhere in the stars, because it’s just so right. Via Craigslist, behold the stunning Ferrar-olet. Last week got the custom party […]
    Corey Lewis
  • Union Vaccine: Elon Musk Promises Free Frozen Yogurt and Roller Coasters to Employees
    With his employees showing a growing interest in unionization, Tesla CEO Elon Musk shot off a lengthy email to staff urging them to forgo joining the United Auto Workers. While the UAW has romanced Tesla’s growing workforce for years, a recent — and highly publicized — blog post written by an employee expressed renewed concern […]
    Matt Posky
  • QOTD: What’s Your Favorite Automotive ‘Oops’ Moment?
    Last night, the Academy Awards officially let Steve Harvey off the hook. As the producers of La La Land were in the middle of their acceptance speech for Best Picture, event organizers rushed to let everyone know they had actually announced the wrong winner for the night’s biggest award. Oops. There have been more than […]
    Matthew Guy
  • It’s Not the Absolute Worst, But the Honda Clarity EV’s Range Won’t Wow Anyone
    No one likes worrying about running out of charged particles while driving through a sketchy neighborhood late at night. If you’re a green car aficionado and hold this fear above that of spiders, death and public speaking, you’d best look somewhere other than Honda for your next battery-powered vehicle. A report states that the all-electric […]
    Steph Willems
  • What Do General Motors’ Trucks Have That the Other Domestics Don’t? Huge Incentives
    The pickup is as much of a stereotypical American icon as gun ownership and throwing things away. Last year was a particularly good one for trucks, with Ford F-Series sales reaching pre-recession volume and a 10-year high and Ram recording a seventh year of growth. However, with sales peaking for the other domestic labels, General Motors’ […]
    Matt Posky
  • An Unknown Recall Can Lead to a Coast Guard Rescue
    It’s getting harder to ignore automotive safety recalls, but it’s easy for one to go unnoticed if it’s handed down after the owner buys a vehicle used. While the circumstances surrounding the purchase of a vehicle involved in last weekend’s incident in Lake St. Clair aren’t clear, one thing is: the owner had no knowledge of […]
    Steph Willems
  • Don’t Call The Mazda CX-3 A Flop — Yet
    Operating in the burgeoning subcompact crossover market that’s soon to welcome new entries from Toyota and Ford, the still fresh Mazda CX-3 is already suffering from declining sales. And the CX-3 is not declining from a particularly high and lofty point achieved earlier in its short lifecycle. There was no hot start for the Mazda […]
    Timothy Cain

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