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For the past nine years, we at CAMI Assembly have worked mandatory overtime, six days a week, 24 hours per day.
President Donald Trump isn't the only one who can take to Twitter and call automakers on the carpet.
U.S. inventory of the Equinox dropped to 43,453 vehicles, or a 41-day supply, at the beginning of October. Estimated inventory stood at an all-time high of 74,400 units, or a 66-day supply, in June.
A strike by workers at a General Motors factory in Canada could begin to impact consumer choice and dealer stocks of the Chevrolet Equinox -- one of the top-10 selling vehicles in the U.S.
Strike saps supplies of Chevy Equinox; Nissan's 'shocking' lapse; New twist on two classic Toyotas; Uber peacemaker move; Mitsubishi airbag recall; Putin in a Tesla? 'Why not?'
AAA finds distracting trend in new cars; Nissan's Sentra-centric sales strategy; GM expands robo-fleet in Calif.; Mitsu offers peek at crossover concept; Equinox's fashion sense.
A lot has changed for Canada's auto workers since 1996. They say the timing is right to take a stand.
GM Canada has warned about 300 workers who make Chevy Equinox transmissions in Ontario they will be laid off soon if the automaker and Unifor can't reach a new contract at the nearby CAMI plant.
Stung by critical feedback in focus groups three years ago, GM decided to go in a different direction with the Chevy Equinox.
Chevy started over on Equinox to win over underwhelmed public; Supplier fire idles Audi plant; Nissan GT-R Track Edition peek; Time for speedy Honda?; Autonomous Ubers back in S.F.
The GMC Terrain, for its first redesign since arriving eight years ago, is dropping more than 400 pounds and getting a trio of smaller, turbocharged engines, including a diesel.
Deal averts strike at FCA; Ford idles Mustang plant after sales slip; Coal exec calls Tesla 'a fraud'; GM seeks to attract VW diesel customers; Kids take over Pacifica sales in ad.
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