AD #2069 – What’s Really Going on with CAFE, Automakers Cut Production, France Clears Opel of Diesel Wrongdoing

published 1 year ago by John McElroy

- Automakers Cut Production - France Clears Opel of Diesel Wrongdoing - Lexus Tests Sewing Operators with Origami - Lexus RX Made with Aluminum Panels - What’s Really Going on with CAFE

And today show with slowing sales automakers are cutting production in North America if you want to work at Lexus you better be good at origami and what the hard core environmentalists don't want you to know about the cafe standards. On that mark coming right up on online daily. This is not a line daily the show for those who support the automotive industry. Early this month we reported that inventory levels in the U. S. are starting to creep up there are 4.1000000 vehicles sitting on dealer lots right now. We sent automakers have 2 choices to ramp up incentives or start cutting production and they're definitely choosing the latter. Ward's auto reports that car production in North America was down 4.4 percent in February. U. S. production was down 7.5 percent Canadian production fell 12.5 percent but next ...

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