AD #2103 – China Now Cadillac’s #1 Market, Creating Audio Systems Isn’t Easy, GM EN-V Pilot Program Ends

published 1 year ago by John McElroy

- Used Car Prices Hurting Rental Companies - Subsistence Wages in Mexico - Toyota Expands RandD Facilities - Raptor’s New Transfer Case - GM EN-V Pilot Program Ends - China Now Cadillac’s #1 Market - Creating Audio Systems Isn’t Easy

On today's show BMW pays its Mexican workers just a dollar 10 an hour Cadillac just sold more cars in China then in the American market and we give you a behind the scenes look at what it takes to engineer a premium sound system into a car on that more coming right up online daily. Esto es Ottoline daily pada el Cinco de Mayo being today DSCC yet today. Avis the daily rental company is seeing its stock take a pounding its stock dropped 26 percent in the last 2 months and a key reason is that the prices of used cars are falling. Did you know that the daily rental companies make most of their profit from selling cars not by renting them. They generally only keep a car for 6 to 8 months and then sell them at auction. Before they have to replace the tires are brake pads or do any other major mate ...

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