Ram heavy duty trucks pricing to range from US$35,000 to more than US$80,000
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles announced its new 2019 Ram 2500 Heavy Duty pickup truck, which debuted earlier this year at the Detroit Auto Show, will have a starting price of US$35,090, including a US$1,695 destination fee. The Ram 3500 will start at US$36,540 including the destination fee. The 2019 Ra...
GM, Navistar to develop a V8 gasoline engine with over 8.0-liter displacement
According to a report by GM Authority, General Motors is quietly working in the development of a new V8 gasoline engine with a power displacement “well over” 8.0 liters.  The report, which cites inside sources from the automaker, explains that such engines would be used in future Class 7 truck...
Jetta GLI might offer better deal than the Golf GTI, says VW product developer
While no pricing has been announced, Volkswagen Product Developer Adam Reinhardt revealed to Motor Trend that, despite being on the same platform, with the same running gear and similar equipment, the new Jetta GLI might be a better deal than the Golf GTI.  The new model will receive all of the up...
Mexico automotive trade surplus hikes 17% in 2018, official figures show
Just as expected, in 2018, Mexico’s automotive trade balance reached a US$ 82.88 billion surplus, which represented an increase of 17.1% compared to the US$ 70.76 billion in 2017 and the highest growth that the industry has posted since 2013, according to Inegi data. Eduardo Solis, president of t...
Trump receives automotive tariff probe report; Mexico likely to be exempted
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross on Sunday submitted the findings of a probe on whether imported vehicles and auto parts pose a national security threat, which could lead to a new round of tariffs. Trump now has 90 days to decide whether to act on the recommendations. The investigation starte...

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